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Join Musical Family Tree on Zoom for an evening info session about music management: what to expect from a manager and when to seek one; we’ll also be discussing release strategy with President of Toronto-based KL Management – Katrina Lopes.
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
7:00 PM 8:00 PM
A bit about Katrina: Katrina Lopes is the president of KL Management whose roster includes platinum selling, Juno Award winning artist/producer Shawn Desman, soul artist/film composer/Sephora collaborator TiKA, pop singer/songwriter Kayla Diamond, and Columbian singer/songwriter and composer Sol Escobar.
KL artists have toured with internationally renowned acts Backstreet Boys, Selena Gomez, opened for acts NAO, John Legend, Nas, SWV, and have performed alongside Sir Elton John, as well as taken the stage at “We Day” stadiums across Canada.
Together with its clients KL Management has garnered numerous accolades including MMVA Video of the Year, Socan #1 Award, Socan Pop Song of the Year, as well as numerous platinum and gold certified singles.
KL also serves on the board for: Manifesto, a youth arts organization that creates space (physical and digital) that inspires, develops, and amplifies diverse communities through arts, culture and media; Music Managers Forum Canada (MMF); and is an innovator w/ Keychange, a global network working towards a total restructure of the music industry in reaching full gender equality. She was also named as an honouree on the global “Alternative Power 100 Music List 2020”.
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