Export-Ready Webinar Series #5: Folk Music Opportunities in Africa
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Folk Music Canada in Partnership with Folk Music Ontario present the Export Ready Webinar Series, taking place via Zoom each Wednesday in March 2023.
Join us for 5 in-depth sessions as speakers discuss some of the top issues facing artists looking to work and share their music across the border and beyond. Our experienced speakers will share their expert insights, helpful tips, and explanations of complex topics such as VISA applications, tax issues, market analysis, opportunities, and more. Following each presentation will be a live Q+A session, where you can pose your specific questions and bolster your knowledge for the next step in your career.
Session #5: Folk Music Opportunities in Africa Wednesday, March 29, 2023 - 3:00pm EST w/ Hind El Ouardi & Nadine McNulty Hosted by: Rosalyn Dennett, Folk Music Ontario
Hind El Ouardi is a newcomer to Canada. She was born and raised in Morocco and worked in different capacities for Hiba Foundation, Maroc Cultures, Gnawa, and CasaMusic, among other arts organizations and festivals in Morocco. She was also involved in a number of projects, including the Moroccan Music Export Office and the African and Middle Eastern Music Conference Visa For Music.
Nadine McNulty has contributed to the development and growth of African music and culture in Toronto over a period of twenty-five years. Nadine McNulty is an arts consultant and the Artistic Director of Batuki Music Society, a non-profit African arts organization dedicated to nurturing and strengthening cultural diversity through music and the arts. Batuki Music Society promotes African music and culture through performances, films, workshops and events throughout the year, as well as the annual Habari Africa Festival. Nadine is also the producer and host of Karibuni, a music program aired weekly on CIUT 89.5 FM, a broadcast that is dedicated to promoting African music ranging from traditional to contemporary forms. This program also acts as a voice for African communities, musicians and the overall African music scene in the city and beyond.
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