Join us on Wednesday, November 20th, 5:00-6:30pm at Afterhours for a “Music Industry Panel: Voices from the Field.” Featuring a panel of industry insiders, including Promoter and Marketing Strategist Christine Varriale, Sound Engineer Angela Longo, Booking Agent and Manager Lori Peters, and Artist Oompa. The event will conclude with a special performance by nationally-acclaimed, Boston-born poet, rapper, and educator Oompa!
Moderated by Kristina Latino, Co-Chair, Women in Music Boston
The event is presented by Women in Music Boston and students enrolled in the Music and Social Justice course, as part of their service-learning project this Fall.
Sponsored by the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion and the College of Arts, Media and Design.
Established in 2015, Women in Music Boston is a chapter of WIM that is dedicated to fostering equality in the music industry through the support and advancement of women. Providing knowledge, strategy & solutions to our members and the greater community is our driving purpose.
Special thanks to Lora Riehl, Allie Gurland, Harper Beattie, Joseph Mossbridge, and Rebekah Moore in the Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design‘s Music and Social Justice class for helping to organize this event and to the Northeastern University Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion for making this event possible.