june, 2021

12jun11:00 am“We Are Music Industry Arts” - Virtual Open House


Event Details

SoundCheck For Success

Presented by Fanshawe Music Industry Arts

“We Are Music Industry Arts” – Virtual Open House




Date: Saturday, June 12th, 2021
Time: 11:00am
Location: Zoom
Host: Dan Brodbeck
Coordinator, Music Industry Arts & Audio Post Production
Professor – Music Industry Arts
School of Contemporary Media
Fanshawe College
Host: Dan Brodbeck is a Juno award winning, and Grammy nominated Canadian record producer, mixer/engineer and recording engineering professor based out of London, Ontario.
Moe Berg
Moe, Canadian iconic songwriter and record producer is best known as the lead singer of The Pursuit of Happiness. Berg is also a published as a writer, releasing his first book, a short story collection called The Green Room, in 2000 (Gutter Press). He has also written book reviews for Amazon.ca, the Edmonton JournalThe Globe and Mail, among articles for other publications. Moe is currently on faculty at the Music Industry Arts program at Fanshawe College.
Matt Grady
Matt is a Canadian Producer and Engineer. Matt has strong ties to London Ontario both through working as Chief Engineer at legendary EMAC Recording Studios for more than a decade, and his role as Professor of Music Industry Arts at Fanshawe College. A rabid fan and disciple of rock and roll, he has had the good fortune to have been taught and worked alongside legends like Jack Richardson who taught him the skills to harbour a new generation of Canadian talent. Matt continues to grow as a creative force; whether producing, engineering (Ivory Hours, The Pairs. The Jailbirds) or creating (Tandem Eagle, Manglor) his sound continues the old school traditions with new explosive energy.
Kelly Samuel

Kelly Samuel is the founder of Let’s Snack Toronto, and a proud member of the Forbes Agency Council. Kelly has contributed a dozen articles to Forbes.com about social media marketing, digital trends, and digital marketing tips for other agency members. Notably, she has also been featured by Global News in an interview about social media ethics, The Globe and Mail on Instagram, and has delivered seminars on digital marketing internationally.

Prior to founding Let’s Snack Toronto, Kelly founded and managed a different Social Media Agency in Toronto. She was also a content creator with popular radio station Indie88, contributing nearly 100 articles on pop-culture and relevant events for their social channels. Prior to this, Kelly was the Director of Marketing at 94.9 CHRW Radio at Western University. Kelly received her Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Ontario with a double major in Media Information and Technology and Visual Arts. She completed her Facebook Blueprint Certification, social media certification, as well as Hootsuite platform certification, and continues to seek emerging trends and knowledge. Kelly is currently on faculty at the Music Industry Arts program at Fanshawe College.

The business of music takes on many forms. Fanshawe’s Music Industry Arts program focuses your musical talents and creative passions on applied skills that will help you make your mark in the world of audio and recording arts. In this two-year diploma program, you’ll begin with the basics in sound and business, and move through writing, producing and engineering courses. Along the way, learn to manage artists, labels, digital media and communications technology and master audio and live sound production.
The Music Industry Arts program will fine-tune your skills into a rewarding career. Upon graduation, you’ll find rewarding work with recording artists, songwriters, agents and promoters, or in film and TV, video games, studio recording, live concerts, music publishing and management.
Make your mark in music at Canada’s top music school for 3 years running
 1.    Our graduates are some of the world’s best producers and performers for over 40 years, including Oscar, JUNO and Primetime Emmy winners
2.    Study and practise your skills in the most modern recording facility of any school in Canada
3.    Apply your learning by organizing and performing in the annual Share the Land  charity concert, a favourite event for many graduates
 4.    Make connections with industry leaders at Canadian Music Week, and access an extensive network of successful graduates
 5.    Guest lectures, master classes and workshops with artists-in-residence will equip you with extensive knowledge of the latest technology and business expertise

SoundCheck for Success presented by Fanshawe Music Industry Arts

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