Be a Presenter at BTW 2018

Between The Waves Conference and Festival, held June 14-17, provides musicians the knowledge to pursue, the expertise to implement, and the tools to guide their journey toward earning a living making music, and to have a good time doing it. Conference sessions offer relevant practical knowledge and actionable takeaways, and paid festival slots offer musicians a shot to play for new crowds. Conference activities and festival performances are also natural opportunities for musicians to build community and to network with other musicians and a variety of music professionals.

The success of Between The Waves Conference and Festival in providing attendees educational value and an enjoyable experience is built on subject matter experts presenting and moderating informative and engaging conference sessions. The conference is programmed with sensible presentations and panel sessions designed to deliver relevant background information for context, real-world insight gained through experience, and tried-and-true best practices to help working musicians realize better outcomes and achieve their goals. Presenting at the Between The Waves Conference and Festival is a chance to share your experience and expertise, invigorate others with new ideas, and help build music community.

Ideal Between The Waves Conference and Festival presenters are passionate about music, knowledgeable and experienced in the subject matter presented, and are engaging public speakers. Typically, presenters and BTW staff work together to finalize the subject and scope of each presentation, and presenters then develop presentation materials, including a detailed presentation outline and slide deck, which BTW staff review with the presenter before the material is finalized.

If you’d like to be considered as a presenter or moderator for a Between The Waves Conference and Festival conference session, please use the form below to tell us a little bit about yourself and we’ll be in touch.

Deadline for submissions is March 31, 2018.