Jazz Connector: Best Practices for Pitching Music Projects to Multi-Disciplinary Arts Festivals

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Online, Thursday 20th January

Continuing their Jazz Connector online meet-ups with a focus on career development, IMC would like to invite the Irish music community to come together for an interactive presentation, Q&A session and chat on Thursday January 20th from 7:00 – 8:30PM.

The topic at hand is:

Best Practices for Pitching Music Projects to Multi-disciplinary Arts Festivals

We’ll be joined by Cliona Maher, the Artistic Director of Clonmel Junction Arts Festival & Paul Fahy, the Artistic Director of Galway International Arts Festival.

Cliona Maher is a Clonmel native who has over 25 years’ experience working in the arts. She is a graduate of the Gaiety School of Acting with a Masters in Modern Drama Studies from UCD. Over her career, she has worked as both an arts manager, and a theatre practitioner. On returning to Ireland from France with her family in 2017, she took up the position of Artistic Director of South Tipperary Arts Centre, where she co-founded the Finding A Voice concert series, before moving to her current job as Artistic Director of Clonmel Junction Arts Festival in April 2019.

Thursday 20th January

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