What does it take to keep the lights on, the programming fresh and to stay up to date with today's constantly changing social narrative? Join conversation with some of Western Canada's primary event organizers and venue managers to find out.
Meet a group of innovators who have carved out their own creative and business niches in the music industry. Learn about their journeys, what they've learned, and what advice they have for those looking to start or grown their own business.
Inspired by recent interactions between Edmonton's electronic music scene and city council, this session will explore the checkered but optimistic relationship between electronic music and Alberta’s cities. Take-away’s include how event producers can best work with municipalities to create successful and sustainable events.
Two sound designers from Bioware dive into how they created a new world of sound for a massive new game
A panel of local and international Drum and Bass pioneers discuss the development of the genre and the role Alberta has played within the context of the 'London Sumpting' that is DnB/Jungle.
Join some of Western Canada's top voices as they discuss the challenges and outcomes of promoting and encouraging diversity in all facets of the music industry.
With a focus on accountability and real-life tools for the industry to use, this panel will explore how can we work towards long-term, sustainable change in music communities
TONTO Demonstration with Malcolm Cecil
November 17, 2018, 1:00 pm
Included with admission. Free for AEMCON pass holders
Synth pioneer, Malcolm Cecil will reunite with TONTO for a rare demonstration on the legendary instrument that he helped to create.
Explore the world of stage design and event production through the lens of industry professionals who work on some of Canada’s largest stages