Intimate Meetings & Pitch Sessions With Music Supervisors
from Top Ad Agencies
Session #1 with Young & Rubicam's Jessica Dierauer
on Thu, Sep 15, 2011 is
SOLD OUT !!
at Shelter Island Sound in New York
(Space for remaining sessions still available)
- Session #1: Sep 15: Jessica Dierauer, Exec. Prod. Music & Creative Content, Young & Rubicam - SOLD OUT
- Session #2: Sep 27: Jean Scofield, Music Producer, McGarry Bowen
- Session #3: Oct 06: Paul Greco, Director of Music & Radio Production, J. Walter Thompson
- Session #4: Oct 13: Mike Boris, Senior VP / Executive Music Producer, McCann Erickson
- Session #5: Oct 27: Josh Rabinowitz, Senior Vice President / Director of Music, Grey Group
- Session #6: Nov 10: Ryan Fitch, Music Producer, Saatchi & Saatchi
What do Jessica Dierauer, Jean Scofield, Mike Boris, Josh Rabinowitz and Ryan Fitch have in common? They are all special guests at NARIP Music Supervisor Sessions at Shelter Island Sound in New York.
Representing the best and brightest in music supervision at the top ad agencies in the world, these six seasoned executives select, commission and place (and in some cases, create) music for global advertising campaigns for the world's most recognizable brands. In NARIP’s intimate sessions, you get to meet and pitch them for current opportunities.
Come meet these career-makers.
NARIP members have made placements through these limited enrollment sessions, including most recently Peter Kimmel who placed a song from his catalog ("Soul of a Man Never Dies") in an episode of True Blood following our session with Gary Calamar earlier this year in Los Angeles. The episode with his song airs July 31, 2011 and you can read more about it here.
Placements secured and professional relationships formed through these meetings are so good that we felt this format would work well for those who represent catalogs and/or seek intimate pitch opportunities with the best (and busiest) ad agency music supervisors in town.
Limited to 15 people, NARIP’s sessions enable you to get to know the supervisors and more importantly, enable them to get to know you. At private sessions in Los Angeles, participants were able to pitch for current opportunities on the spot, receiving instant feedback as to whether a song was appropriate or not, and WHY. This valuable feedback makes better pitches – and ultimately, placements – possible. In some cases, participants even had time to re-work their music to better fit a supervisors’ needs.
Above all, attendees MET key players in the modern music business, paving the way for future opportunities and giving them an edge in a highly competitive market.
At each session in New York, participants will have the opportunity to pitch music for specific opportunities and get immediate, direct feedback from one ad agency music supervisor.
What attendees say about NARIP’s Music Supervisor Sessions held earlier this year in Los Angeles:
- "Thank you again for providing one of the more professional and useful events that I have ever attended. It was intimate, precise and well-executed. The feedback was immediate and valuable." – Eric Caver, PTEC Dojo (attended Andrea von Foerster session)
- "Another successful and extremely well-organized NARIP event, please keep them coming! ... [it was] an amazing opportunity to pitch our music to Gary Calamar in such a personal and focused setting." - Sven Spieker, Mighty Generation Music (attended Gary Calamar, Andrea von Foerster and Chris Mollere sessions)
- Very, very informative and helpful. These are fun and the supervisors have been extremely willing to share very useful info. - Catharine Wood, Planetwood Productions (attended Andrea von Foerster, Julianne Jordan and John Houlihan sessions)
- "I've had 3 managers and 5 years of plugging away on the Internet for contacts and had more success getting material in front of a music supervisor with NARIP's sessions than anything previously! Please keep it up, I will definitely attend more!" - Shay Dillon, Independent
- "[NARIP's Music Supervisor series] is a very effective and beneficial program to get contact with the local and national supervisors who run the film and TV industry." - Robert Case, President, New Pants Publishing (attended Carolyn Richardson, Gary Calamar and Julianne Jordan and sessions)
- "Last night's program was awesome, well-organized, inspiring. Chris Mollere was great, with positive yet constructive comments for us all." - Annie Calder, Coral West Music
- "What a wonderful job NARIP is doing in putting together these events that help professionals connect and share information. And how cool a person you are. Kudos to NARIP and your wonderful team." - Daniel Indart, Latin Music Specialists (attended Chris Mollere and Julianne Jordan sessions)
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ABOUT THE SUPERVISORS
Jessica Dierauer , Executive Producer of Music and Creative Content, Y&R
Session #1 on Thursday, September 15, 2011
Based out of Y&R’s flagship New York office, Dierauer is responsible for everything related to music — from licensing tracks and hiring composers, to creating new opportunities for Y&R’s clients throughout the entertainment industry. She previously served as executive content producer for Y&R New York where for the past two years she has produced and executed integrated campaigns, Web sites, new media applications and events for clients like LG, Office Depot and Malaria No More.
Jean Scofield, Music Producer, McGarry Bowen
Session #2 on Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Born on the day MTV made its debut, Jean Scofield grew up in New York City's West Village surrounded by musicians and artists. With a world-renowned musician for a father and an industrious manager and producer for a mother, she's always had an aptitude for balancing the creative and the administrative. Today you can find Jean at mcgarrybowen in the music department. She is a performing artist and audiophile as well. That passion enhances her professional experiences. Her knowledge and industry relationships are diverse, defining her as a current, authentic resource.
Paul Greco, Director of Music & Radio Production, J. Walter Thompson ---- JUST ADDED
Session #3 on Thursday, October 6, 2011
After graduating from college as a communication arts major, Paul took his lifelong love of music and started his career in the ad music business as a recording engineer at NYC’s busiest studios. He worked for the ad biz’ biggest clients and ad agencies. From there he landed at BBDO NY as Music and Radio Producer where he produced music for many of their biggest and award winning accounts including Pepsi, FedEx, GE, Visa, and HBO. Paul was recruited to join Young & Rubicam NY as Senior Music Producer and eventually rose to the position of Vice President Executive Music Producer, handling music production on Y&R’s biggest accounts such as Dr Pepper and Diet Dr Pepper, Campbells Soup Co, LG Electronics, Met Life, Genworth Financial, U.S. Army, and 7up. He also worked with Y&R on a campaign for New York City’s bid for the 2012 Olympics, which won the AICP First Place Award for Best Musical Arrangement and the Pella Windows account which was nominated for a television EMMY Award. Paul has worked with many great recording artists such as Ray Charles, Lionel Richie, Luther Vandross, Lou Reed, The Beastie Boys, They Might Giants, Whitney Houston, Patti Austin, The Boys Choir of Harlem, Boyz II Men, Frank Sinatra Jr., Glen Frey, Donald Fagen of Steely Dan, Felix Cavaliere of the Rascals, Neil Sedaka and Michael Bolton. He has also worked with noted film composers Mark Mancina ( Lion King, Twister, Tarzan, Con Air), Mark Mothersbaugh ( The Royal Tannenbaums, Rushmore), and Rob Mounsey (Sex in the City and Working Girl). Paul has also recorded and produced notable celebrities like John Cleese, Bill Cosby, Cindy Crawford, Shaquille O’Neal, Walt Frazier, Gary Shandling, Madeline Kahn, and George Foreman. In 2009, Paul became Senior Creative Director of indie music publisher Spirit Music Group, where he placed music in spots for AT&T, Puma, Verizon, & M&M’s. In 2011 Paul was brought on as Director of Music & Radio Production at global ad agency JWT to lead their music department and collaborate on music branding ideas across all media.
Mike Boris, Senior VP / Executive Music Producer, McCann Erickson
Session #4 on Thursday, October 13, 2011
Mike discovered the power of music at a very young age. While watching cartoons on Saturday mornings he shut the sound off his TV, and cranked his brother's Led Zeppelin, Beatles, and Black Sabbath records. This experience made him realize how music affects the attitude of a picture and set him on his future career path. Mike began his career as a recording engineer which created a foundation of sonic excellence while also providing valuable insight into the creative process.. Mike transitioned to the role of music producer and honed his craft at several New York ad agencies before joining McCann in 2002. To date, he has worked on music for more than 5,000 TV commercials. Mike's awards include the McCann-Erickson Producer of the Year for 2006, a CLIO, as well as several Effies. Mike was also the drummer of the band - More F*ING Cowbell - which won Adweek's "Battle of the Ad Bands" for two consecutive years in 2008 and 2009. He actively pursues unique global talent to ensure his clients always receive a contemporary creative perspective. He is a frequent guest speaker for music industry panel discussions as well as a constant source for industry periodicals.
Josh Rabinowitz, SVP Director of Music, Grey Group
Session #5 on Thursday, October 27, 2011
Josh Rabinowitz, Senior Vice President/Director of Music for the Grey Group, has been of one the most successful music executives in the advertising field for the past 15 years. As an executive music producer, he has worked on many top campaigns for brands such as Cover Girl, Pantene, Dr. Pepper, Sony Electronics and others. In addition, Rabinowitz has worked with an array of hit music artists, such as Rihanna, the Black Eyed Peas, Natasha Bedingfield, Queen Latifah, Cyndi Lauper, Macy Gray, Run-DMC, LL Cool J, Smokey Robinson, LeAnn Rimes, Reba McEntire, Thalia and Anastacia. Rabinowitz became a leading music producer in the late '90s, when he was an Executive Producer of Music at the major ad agency, Young & Rubicam. Then in 2005, he moved to top agency Grey, where he has helmed the music department ever since. Rabinowitz has been the recipient of many awards for music in advertising. Also, he has been a bi-weekly contributor to Billboard magazine, and he has been quoted or cited in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone, Adweek, Ad Age, Fast Company, Creativity, the Boston Globe and the New York Post.
Ryan Fitch, Music Producer, Saatchi & Saatchi
Session #6 on Thursday, November 10, 2011
As one of Saatchi & Saatchi’s most seasoned and gifted music producers, Ryan Fitch has spent the last 7 years integrating music into TV, radio and interactive campaigns for top global brands like Procter & Gamble, JCPenney, Miller, General Mills and Cadbury among others. Conservatory-trained and an avid fan of all music genres, Ryan has both the unique ability for finding that “perfect song” for his clients and the business savvy to close deals, whether it’s with a major work, such as John Lennon’s “Real Love” or music from an obscure indie artist. A lifelong musician with more than 16 years of experience in the music industry and an extensive background in audio engineering and digital audio workstations, Ryan understands the creation of music in today’s landscape on every fundamental level. During his tenure, Saatchi New York has earned several distinguished awards, including the prestigious Cannes award for Agency of the Year. Ryan was also named one of the “Top Music Ad Agency Executives” by the National Assn. of Record Industry Professionals.
Program Moderator for NARIP Music Supervisor Series is Ed Razzano, VP of Film, TV & Catalog Marketing, BMG Chrysalis
Ed Razzano, VP of Film, TV & Catalog Marketing, BMG Chrysalis. Until recently he was VP of Business Development for Ricall, an automated online music licensing platform supported by real-world music licensing experts. Prior to this was Senior Director at BMG Music Publishing in New York. At BMG he was responsible for negotiating synchronization licenses for advertising and merchandising in the US. While at BMG Razzano gained extensive international experience as he was also responsible for international clearance of all BMG’s US repertoire for music in advertising campaigns around the world. Razzano’s almost 20-year industry experience is drawn from far beyond his time at BMG Publishing. He started his career at a TV commercial editorial house, Crew Cuts Film & Tape, then went on to join the music department of one of the world’s largest advertising agencies at the time, DMB&B. His experience was fortified by positions at CBS Television as well as Universal Music Publishing and Independent music publisher, Spirit Music Group where as Senior Creative Director he oversaw all the film, television and commercial synchronization licensing.
Special thanks to Steve Addabbo at Shelter Island Sound for his help with this series, to NARIP New York Board Members Mike Lane, Abhita Austin and to BMG Chrysalis' Ed Razzano.
Session #1 with Y&R's Jessica Dierauer
Thursday, September 15, 2011
6:00 p.m. – Registration and networking
7:00 p.m. – Program begins
8:15 p.m. – Break
9:30 p.m. – Program ends
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Artist Managers, Producers & Artist Reps
A&R, Artist Development and Marketing Executives
Record, Distribution & Music Publishing Executives
Music & Entertainment Attorneys
Anyone seeking placement opportunities in advertising and branding campaigns.
Shelter Island Sound
40 West 27th Street 7th Floor
New York, New York 10001
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2 WAYS TO REGISTER
1. Online: www.narip.com (just scroll down)
2. Phone: 818-769-7007
Advance RSVP encouraged.
Pre-paid admission guarantees seating.
We appreciate your cooperation.
Call us at 818-769-7007 or email jen AT narip DOTcom.
SOURCES FOR MORE INFO
J. Walter Thompson
Ryan Fitch's Blog
Saatchi & Saatchi
Shelter Island Sound
Young & Rubicam
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