DC Music Summit Announces 2022 Conference Sponsors
D.C. area organizations invest in the local creative community
By: DC Music Summit
Guided by the theme "Foundation,"
Conference sponsors to date include: Duke Ellington School of the Arts; D.C. Creative Affairs Office and the Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment;
"DC Strings Workshop is pleased to support the work and mission of the DC Music Summit, to celebrate and elevate the foundational role that artists, musicians, and educators play in our communities and lives," said Andrew M. Lee, artistic/executive director of DC Strings Workshop. "Empowering our communities with the tools needed to sustain our craft and inspire the next generation is key to a thriving arts community. We are thrilled to support this powerful work and hope you join us in attending."
As a Black-owned non-profit, DCMS has a proud history of accelerating the careers of independent musicians, with a focus on women, communities of color, and other underrepresented groups. Since 2016, DCMS has served hundreds of individuals each year at its Summit, bringing together musicians, industry professionals, and influencers in support of the D.C. creative scene. The DC Music Summit embraces seasoned, independent, emerging, and new artists.
Session tracks at the 2022 event include: community development, youth development, business management, marketing, wellness, professional development, and thriving through COVID-19. Summit presenters and performers gain access to a diverse community of fellow industry professionals and artists from the D.C. area and beyond.
Sponsorship and support opportunities range from high-level event sponsors to day-of volunteers. Individuals and organizations interested in partnering with DCMS should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.