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Hey Austin, TX! Join Us For ATX Master Classes

Whether you’re an independent artist or an aspiring music business professional, education is a huge part of navigating this industry. In an effort to help educate, TuneCore has teamed up with  Economic Development Department in Austin’s Music and Entertainment Division to offer FREE ‘Master Classes’ next Wednesday and Thursday.

Taught by TuneCore’s Manager of Entertainment Relations in our new Austin office, Amy Lombardi, you’ll have the chance to soak in a TON of information about getting your music heard worldwide and the collection of sales revenue and songwriter royalties. Because if you’re writing, performing and trying to distribute your music independently, it never hurts to be armed with knowledge!

Classes will be about an hour, and will also include a Q&A session afterwards. Laptops will be available for registrants to use during the interactive portion of class, or you are welcome to bring your own. Seating is based on an RSVP/first-come, first-serve basis, so if you live in the Austin area, make sure to sign up!

An official poster and specific event information is below.

ATX Music Master Classes

“Get Heard Worldwide & Collect Your Sales Revenue + Songwriter Royalties”
Date: Wednesday Nov. 18th & Thursday Nov. 19th, 2015
Time: 4:00pm
Location: Entrepreneur Center of Austin, 4029 S. Capital of Texas Hwy. Ste 110
More info: Click here
Tunecore Masterclass Poster

More about Amy Lombardi

Amy Lombardi leads TuneCore’s new Austin office in one of the country’s largest music hubs. Previously, Lombardi was the owner and founder of artist management firm Beekeeper Corp. where she managed Neko Case, Kelly Hogan, Cass McCombs, Escondido, and My Gold Mask. She began her career at A&M Records and later spent time in publicity at Warner Bros. Records and Nasty Little Man before founding Call Girl PR, her own arts-based public relations firm. In her new position at TuneCore, Lombardi will work closely with artists to support and develop their careers, while increasing TuneCore’s presence in the local community.