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The 3rd Annual CALIFORNIA MUSIC INDUSTRY SUMMIT Presented by TraMaí Entertainment: June 8 and 9, 2012 at the Hilton Oakland Airport

Conference Kicks Off at The Stork, Located at 2330 Telegraph Ave., Oakland CA at 6pm on June 7th!

“The Ultimate Platform for all Genres of Music!”

TraMaí Entertainment is hosting the 3rd Annual California Music Industry Summit (CMIS) at The Hilton Hotel in Downtown Oakland on June 8 –9th, 2012. CMIS is a national and international conference that is “The Ultimate Platform for all Genres of Music!”. Taking place over two days and nights, the conference features new music (No Cover), thought-provoking panels, informative workshops, one-on-one mentoring, intensive demo listening sessions, vocal critiques, music video previews, and more. In its third year, the event is looking to attract more music professionals, artists and music for the year 2012. California Music Industry Summit will have bands performing from worldwide. Performances will be held daily and nightly in some of Oakland’s greatest music venues. Last year, the summit saw over 300 attendees!

Some of this year’s panellists include Leslie Ann Jones (GRAMMY award winner, Director of Music Recording and Scoring at Skywalker Sound A LucasFilm Company), DJ Kelly G (BET Music Supervisor), Betty Wright (15-time Grammy nominee and winner), E-40, and many more! Panels this year will include topics that cover recording contracts, publishing, running your own label, music distribution, as well as many others.

The keynote speaker at this year’s summit is Oakland, CA mayor Jean Quan. “Oakland’s rich musical heritage and hot arts and culture scene are a perfect fit for this statewide conference,” states Oakland Mayor Jean Quan. “We look forward to hosting conference attendees and working with CMIS to nurture music industry leaders of the future.”

Geared towards the education of both established and emerging artists as well as music industry professionals, CMIS is an opportunity for professional development and education on the newest trends in the today’s music industry. Attendees will have the opportunity to experience two activity filled days of workshops and panels lead by top experts in the entertainment industry. Each workshop or panel is tailor made for the specific concerns surrounding the entertainment industry and independent artist, leaving each attendee armed with the knowledge to take their own careers to the next level.

Artists, managers, agents, producers, engineers, stylists, photographers, music journalists and all other industry professionals will directly benefit from attending this conference! The California Music Industry Summit is where creative people connect and cultivate professional relationships that can last a lifetime.

If you are a musician, have a music industry related business or want to get into the business you should register to attend this summit. Don’t miss the opportunity!

Registration badges are required for access to California Music Industry Summit.

CALIFORNIA MUSIC INDUSTRY SUMMIT REGISTRATION:

•           CMIS Registration …… $199.00

•           Student Registration …… $99.00

•           CMIS Registration (Day of Summit) …… $299.00

•           NOTE: No refunds are given. However, you can transfer your registration to another person.

Register NOW @ http://cmis2012.eventbrite.com until May 4, 2012 and get tickets at $79, save over 60% off the standard price of $199, use code “snc”.

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