MFM Workshop “Make Music Your Business” #10 w. Adam Reifsteck

MFM Workshop #10Musicians For Musicians (MFM) Presents: “Make Music Your Business” No.10 Workshop with Adam Reifsteck Speaking About How to Build a Supportive Audience with Social Media Ads.

Date: Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Time: 7pm to 8:30pm
Venue: Wingspan Arts (Film Center Building, 630 9th Ave, between 44 & 45 St., Suite 602, NY, NY 10036)
Ticket: $15 (free for MFM members). Buy here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mfm-workshop-make-music-your-business-10-w-adam-reifsteck-tickets-74875718289
Seating: limited (up to 25 seats)

Facebook is the best platform for promoting music and building an audience because its advertising features are the most powerful and diverse of all the platforms. You can target precisely the people you are trying to reach quickly and efficiently. Without the right strategy and tools in place, however, you will waste a lot of time and money. In this workshop, composer and producer Adam Reifsteck will give an overview of Facebook’s advertising platform, show how to find your target, and build a successful campaign so you can make the biggest impact with your music online while boosting your income.

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11 Days of Global Unity

We, The World’s 11 Days of Global Unity, September 11- 21, 2019

11 Days of Global UnityThis year We, The World is celebrating the 15th Anniversary of 11 Days of Global Unity – 11 Ways to Change the World,a platform for changemakers that links local awareness and action programs into an inspiring international movement for peace, justice, sustainability and transformation.

In 2004, We, The World (at WE.net) brought together Amnesty International, United Religions Initiative and many other global partners to launch 11 Days of Global Unity. Participants have included Desmond Tutu, Jane Goodall, Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Ralph Nader, Bill McKibben, Amy Goodman, Daniel EllsbergHazel HendersonArun Gandhi, Eve Ensler, Robert Thurman and many others.

Bravo…Rick Ulfik (founder of We, The World and the WE Campaign at WE.net)!!!!!!

Scottish Jazz and Beyond

Scottish Jazz and Beyond…. 

Scottish Jazz and BeyondVenue: The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland
Date: July 13, 2019

Review by Fiona MacTaggart

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is a huge and culturally multi-colored creature and tonight’s show, which was part of Creative Scotland’s Made in Scotland mini-festival within the Fringe, constituted somewhat of a Scottish celebration of cross-cultural music. Organised and MC-ed by local drummer Tom Bancroft, three bands were showcased, all primarily jazz bands but bringing significantly more than jazz to the table.

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