RVRB Experience

RVRB Experience

MusicTT announces RVRB Experience 2022

Written by: Creativa Media PR

The Trinidad and Tobago Music Company Limited (MusicTT) is thrilled to announce its second annual music conference, RVRB Experience, which will take place from 13th – 15th July, 2022. This year, the conference will once again take on the be live streamed and feature a variety of sessions that allow attendees to explore music trends, discover music companies, find out what’s happening in the Caribbean and the wider world of music, network and discover new artistes.

For 2022, MusicTT invites everyone to enter “Into the Musicverse”. Over the 3-day period, RVRB Experience 2022 will focus on; Building, Navigating and Expanding the Musicverse, setting the foundation and identifying the tools needed; maneuvering through developing a career in music, and finally exporting, marketing, distributing and licensing.

Currently, MusicTT has issued two calls ending 24th June, 2022. One call is for possible topics that can be explored at this year’s conference and the second call is for music showcase applicants who will benefit from international publicity through marketing efforts and the influential mix of attendees and special guests from across the globe. These calls can be accessed via the RVRB Experience website.

“2021 was phenomenal, thanks to all our partners and panelists who made it possible. Every year we’re aiming to kick up the notch a bit to give you, the participants, more to look forward to. The Musicverse is a vast space to explore and we would like to provide our audiences with the tips, tricks and tools to navigate through it at this year’s RVRB Experience. We invite you to join us on our journey “Into the Musicverse”” stated Melissa Jimenez, General Manager of MusicTT.

Melissa Jimenez, General Manager, MusicTT - RVRB Experience 2021 Address

Last year, The RVRB Experience saw over 28,000 viewers over the course of the three days. Those who attended were treated to insightful keynotes and well-informed and engaging panel discussions centered on the event theme, ‘The Future is Bright’. Each day focused on a different topic presented by a different keynote speaker: Rebirth and Transformation with John Arnold, Chairman, MusicTT; Data Driven Future with Keron Rose, Online Business Strategist, Digipreneur Academy and Dr. Jo-anne Tull, Academic Coordinator/Lecturer Carnival Studies Programme & Post Graduate Diploma in Arts and Cultural Enterprise Management Programme, University of the West Indies. The panels consisted of industry professionals from various countries, including local artiste, Marketing Consultant and Entrepreneur, Marcus Braveboy; Chester Wilkins, an ISRC/UPC expert from Dominica, Keith Kirk, Metadata Specialist and Sonja Norwood, Entertainment Manager (Music, TV & Film), Consultant who also manages her children; Grammy winner, Brandy and Multiplatinum Artist, Ray J, USA.

For more information on RVRB Experience, or to sign up, visit www.rvrbexpereince.com or follow @musicoftt on Instagram and Facebook for updates.

Hashtags: #Musicoftt #RVRBExperience #TrinidadandTobago

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