music business, self-promotion, promotion

Self-Promotion for Performing Artists with Peter McDowell

artists-marketing-business-academy-interview-with-expertsNot sure about how to write a press release or to approach press?

Unable to move forward in promoting an upcoming live performance or CD release?

Armed with the advice of seasoned performing arts presenter, producer, and publicist Peter McDowell, you will leave this session with:

 

  • Simple tools and strategies for marketing and publicizing your careers, creations and performances.
  • How to create a promotional PDF, a bio and a press release.
  • A clear process for contacting critics, reviewers and bloggers and the media
  • How to get events listed and CDs or video promoted on the internet.

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Peter McDowell

music business, self-promotion, promotionNew York and San Francisco based Arts Consultant Peter McDowell has built a solid career on high-level, strategic, and effective service to performing arts organizations and performing artists. As a publicist, Peter has placed interviews, reviews, critic’s choices and listings in media such as Time Out New York, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Village Voice, Opera News, The Baltimore Sun, and The LA Times, as well as blogs and web publications. From 1997-2006, Peter was Program Director for the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs. He recently served as Director of Programs at OPERA America in New York.