CD Baby is returning to the Berklee College of Music campus in Valencia, Spain for the European edition of its popular DIY Musician Conference. To be held on April 6-7, the conference is designed to impact self-managed artists’ careers through actionable ideas and advice.
The DIY Musician conference has been called “life-changing,” empowering artists to do what they do better, in ways tailored to their specific needs.
Priced at just 59 Euros, artists can spend two days exploring new approaches to marketing, pr, recording, songwriting, and royalties collection tailored to the EU market. Workshops, keynotes, special offerings from YouTube and others, as well as networking time offer musicians round out the event.
“We’re excited to team up with Berklee Valencia once again and bring panels and workshops to European artists who are managing their own careers,” says Kevin Breuner, VP Marketing of CD Baby,
The offerings have expanded to include live performance opportunities for attendees. “That’s one piece of feedback we’ve gotten everywhere we’ve held a DIY Musician conference,” says Breuner. “Musicians always want more chances to play music for and with their fellow musicians. And we’re always looking to give them more times and ways to do that.”
The conference will once again take place at Aula Magistral of the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía and on the grounds of Berklee College of Music Valencia in the City of Arts and Sciences. Sessions will be held primarily in English, with several events in Spanish.
More info at diymusiciancon.com/eu/.