The IAMA Toronto delegate list has been released! Check it to see who else is joining this inspiring and unique conversation on sustainability and social impact of classical music on our communities. View the delegate list here.
Annually, IAMA (International Artists Managers Association) holds international conferences for artists, managers, promoters, presenters and producers in the classical music industry. This year, Toronto will play host to more than 150 of the worlds most influential stakeholders in classical music namely from Canada, United Kingdom, Asia and Europe. The conference is aptly named “Cultural Crossroads”. Koerner Hall, Roy Thomson Hall and the Aga Khan Museum will provide a diverse backdrop for three full days of discussion, keynotes and performances that emphasize our diverse and changing societies, sustainability and impact of classical music in our communities. We want you to be a part of this revolutionary conversation in classical music!
The keynote interview will be with TSO Music Director, Peter Oundjian and artist, Kinan Azmeh with a strong list of speakers including: Paola Prestini, Creative and Executive Director, National Sawdust; Dr. Peter Simon, President and CEO, The Royal Conservatory of Music; Jenny Bilfield, President & CEO at Washington Performing Arts; Krishna Thiagarajan, Chief Executive, Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Josephine Ridge, Artistic Director, Luminato Festival and more…
Create connections and inspire growth by joining us for IAMA Toronto.
View the conference schedule for the exciting panels, round table discussions and soon to be announced artist showcases!
Book for IAMA Toronto here - the early bird deadline closes October 20th!