Anti Social Camp Playback Party

Anti Social Camp is the largest songwriting camp in the world with the mission to revitalize the nyc music scene. Artists this year include Jacob Collier, Alec Benjamin, Miranda Lambert, Rob Thomas, Cults and hundreds more as featured in The New Yorker, Billboard and Variety.

The Anti Social Camp Playback Party is the world premiere of 100+ new songs. After 3 days and dozens of sessions, it’s time to play back all the fresh tracks with our talented creators, A&Rs and industry.

Date: June 14
Time: 11:30 am – 03:30 pm
Location: 80 N 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249, Brooklyn

The Superfan Blueprint: AI Tactics for Deeper Fan Engagement w Cyber PR

Join Ariel Hyatt, the founder of CyberPR, for a masterclass on unlocking the secrets to transforming your fans into passionate superfans. Dive into the world of AI-driven tools and discover how to create captivating collaborative content that brings you and your fans closer than ever. Learn to harness the power of AI for personalized recommendations, immersive virtual experiences, and dynamic social media engagement. By leveraging these cutting-edge techniques, you’ll build a dedicated community of loyal supporters who are genuinely connected to your journey and eager to champion your music. Don’t miss this opportunity to turn your fans into your most devoted advocates!

Date: June 18
Time: 07:00 pm
Location: Power Station in our Black Box Theater – 441 W 53 Street, New York City

Navigating Your Music Career: How to Enter & Advance in the Industry

Students and young professionals can delve into the business side of the music industry with Emily White of Collective Entertainment & #iVoted, Nurit Siegel Smith of Music Forward Foundation, and Nancy Tarr of Well Dunn Foundation.

Participants can ask questions in the live chat, gaining personalized advice on how to enter, or advance your career in the music industries. Join this interactive session to discover the inner workings of the music industry and receive expert guidance on advancing your career, whether you’re just starting out or looking to take your professional life to the next level.

Date: June 11
Time: 12:30 – 01:30 pm

The first 100 days: how to build a successful campaign from start to finish

Implementing a successful campaign for your release from start to finish can be a minefield to navigate. What happens after you’ve scheduled your release? How do you reach the right audience and grow your fanbase? When does publishing come in? Join prolific artist and multi-instrumentalist, Tiffany Day and Downtown Music’s team of experts across marketing and publishing as they help guide you through the process. Whether you’re an independent artist, label or just interested to understand more, this session will show you how to start and execute your campaign roadmap and why a well planned strategy can pay off.

Moderator: Chantelle St. Clair – Director of Marketing, Songtrust

Tiffany Day – Artist
Victoria Tsigonis – Senior Marketing Services Director, FUGA
Sarah Davis – Senior Manager, Global Client Services, Downtown Music Publishing
Channing Mitzell – Project Manager (Marketing), Downtown Artist & Label Services

Date: June 26
Time: 11:30 – 12:30 am


The MC Sha-Rock Day Presents: Woman in Hip Hop Festival is an annual event dedicated to celebrating and honoring the contributions of women in hip hop culture. Held Bronx, New York, this vibrant festival pays tribute to the trailblazing achievements of MC Sha-Rock, the first female MC/rapper and a foundational figure in hip hop.

The festival spans two days, featuring a dynamic lineup that includes Roxanne Shante as the host and Strafe’ as the headliner. Attendees can enjoy live performances, engaging panel discussions, and various activities designed to empower and uplift the community.

With generous support from New York Music Month and the Mayor’s Office, the festival highlights the importance of women in hip hop and their impact on the genre. Join us for a memorable celebration of music, culture, and empowerment at the MC Sha-Rock Day Presents: Woman in Hip Hop Festival.

Date: June 1
Time: 02:00 – 07:00 pm
Location: Magenta Street, Bronx, New York 10467

The Making of a Broadway Cast Recording

Broadway is all about live performance, but the cast recording is how millions of listeners worldwide are often introduced to a show and its score. Many of us remember first hearing West Side Story, The Sound of Music, Into the Woods, Wicked, Hamilton, and so many more at home while imagining what those shows would be like. The recording of these albums is very different from those in other genres. They are traditionally recorded in just two days, right after the show opens, and edited, mixed, mastered, and packaged in a month, in order to promote the show. This breakneck pace brings its own challenges in selecting, planning, recording, and marketing, and brings together hundreds of artists, musicians, engineers, and studios right here in New York City. Meet a terrific panel of some of the most active creators of new cast recordings:

Moderator: Sean Patrick Flahaven – Grammy & Tony winning producer and label head, Concord Theatricals Recordings

Panelists: Tom Kitt – Grammy, Tony, Emmy, and Pulitzer Prize winning composer, producer, arranger, music director
Ian Kagey – Grammy winning recording engineer and producer
Oscar Zambrano – Grammy winning mastering engineer
Scott Farthing – EVP Sony Masterworks Broadway (label head) Kelli O’Hara – Broadway star, Tony winner, 2x Grammy nominee (and current Tony nominee)

Date: June 20
Time: 12:00 – 01:00 pm
Location: Online

Culture is the Compass: Putting Yourself on the Global Music Map (Panel Discussion)

Hosted by Amazon Music and led by multi Grammy award-winning producer/engineer, Mr Sonic, the conversation will feature a notable music executive specializing in working with multicultural talent. You’ll leave with backstage industry insights on how to use your cultural background as an advantage and set yourself apart on the global music stage. Don’t miss this opportunity to map out your path to success in the music industry.

Following the discussion, a select few will have the opportunity to participate in a 3-hour writing session under the guidance and mentorship of Amazon Music’s Producer in Residence at Amazon’s Studio126, Brooklyn, Mr. Sonic and the guest music executive. During the session, other attendees are encouraged to rotate between multiple writing sessions, observe, and ask questions about the creative process.

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Date: June 7
Time: 01:00 – 02:00 pm
Location: 25 Kent Ave, Brooklyn

Sonic Identity: Leaving a Cultural Fingerprint (Panel Discussion)

As part of NY Music Month, I AM I and the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, cordially invite you to a conversation shining the spotlight on a notable immigrant music artist based in NYC. Hosted by Amazon Music and led by multi-Grammy award-winning producer/engineer, Mr Sonic, this event promises insight, inspiration, and celebration of cultural diversity within the music industry.

Make sure to stay after the panel for ‘Sounds From Abroad: A Multicultural Songwriting Experience’ where selected participants will have the unique opportunity to engage in a 4-hour writing session at Amazon’s Studio126, Brooklyn, under the guidance and mentorship of Amazon Music’s Producer in Residence, Mr. Sonic, and the guest artist. During the session, other attendees are encouraged to rotate between multiple writing sessions, observe, and ask questions about the creative process.

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Date: June 6
Time: 01:00 – 02:00 pm
Location: 25 Kent Ave, Brooklyn