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

When:
October 22, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
2019-10-22T19:00:00-04:00
2019-10-22T20:30:00-04:00
Where:
Wingspan Arts
630 9th Ave
Suite 602, NY
NY 10036
Cost:
$15
Contact:
Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi
347-963-1448

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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).
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.

About Adam Reifsteck (https://adamreifsteck.com/)

MFM member Adam Reifsteck is a New York-based composer, producer, and entrepreneur. Whether writing for small ensembles, producing electronic music, or performing improvised group compositions on Wi-Fi-connected laptops, Reifsteck creates dynamic, futuristic sound worlds and brings new audiences to classical music.

Recipient of grants from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation, and the Kalamazoo (MI) Community Foundation, his music has been performed by the Attacca Quartet, Amernet String Quartet, Cadillac Moon Ensemble, Duquesne University Chamber Singers, Flutronix, Gaudete Brass Quintet, Mana Saxophone Quartet, Western Michigan University Chorale, and other ensembles.

Drawing upon his music technology background, Reifsteck is also an active recording engineer, producer, and founder of Teknofonic Recordings, an independent record label and artist development platform providing electronic musicians with learning resources, networking opportunities, and career support.

Reifsteck holds a master’s of music degree in composition from Western Michigan University and a bachelor’s of music in music technology from Duquesne University. He is a member of Broadcast Music Inc., the Society of Composers and Lyricists, the Recording Academy, the Audio Engineering Society, and Musicians for Musicians.

About MFM (https://www.MusiciansForMusicians.org)

MFM seeks to bring together musicians from all disciplines, styles, traditions and localities in the cause of their mutual self-betterment. Whether through education, networking or political action, MFM’s ultimate goal is to elevate the work of all musicians to the level of a true profession, one which is recognized and appropriately rewarded by the society in which they live and work. MFM additionally advocates for the creation and maintenance of a fair and sustainable musical ecosystem, one in which participants share equitably in all forms of revenue generated by their work product, whether composed, recorded, or performed live. In the final analysis, we seek to promote all conditions which benefit the musicians’ community and the music created by it, while opposing all those which do them harm.”