Music entrepreneurs to share insights on building a life and a living in the music industry

Elizabeth Harper
March 7, 2018

Learn more about today’s complex music industry from professionals with current, firsthand experience at a panel discussion, “New Music Entrepreneurs: Building a Life and a Living in the Music Industry” on March 27 from 5 – 7 p.m. in Baker Center 240/242. 

The panelists have a wide array of experience in the industry. Tim Peacock is the Executive Director of Stuart’s Opera House and has produced the Nelsonville Music Festival for more than 12 years. Ohio University undergraduate Bobby Booshay is an electronic DJ and musician who sold out his first show at 19. Tour manager April Kulcsar has worked in a variety of positions, including as a production assistant, assistant tour manager and publicist. Angela Perley, lead singer of the Howlin’ Moons, is a touring artist who plays more than 100 shows each year.

Moderator Josh Antonuccio is a lecturer on music production and recording in the School of Media Arts and Studies, as well as the owner of 3 Elliot Studio. Opportunity to network with the panelists will begin at 5 p.m. and the panel will begin at 5:30 p.m.

The panelists will answer questions from the audience about in their respective areas of the music industry and offer advice on building a career in music. Pizza and drinks will be provided. 

This panel is sponsored by the Center of Entrepreneurship, a partnership between the College of Business and the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs.