Harlem Arts Alliance kicks off the month of March with an impressive lineup of announcements and cultural updates from the Apollo Theater, Harlem Arts Festival, Bronx Museum of the Arts, New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), Carnegie Hall, Walker International Communications, Walk Tall Girl Productions and more!
Join HAA members for a special segment featuring an intimate conversation with Jana Herzen, President of Motema Records and recording artist Jaimeo Brown with a Women’s History Month performance by vocalist, Mavis ‘SWAN’ Poole.
Behind the Music: Women in the Recording Industry with
- Jana Herzen, Founder & President, Motema Records
- Jaimeo Brown, Motema Recording, Artist
- Moderator: Linda Walton, Executive Director, HAA
Less than five percent music industry record producers are women and the number who start or run labels are a rare breed. With that said, there are mavericks, pioneers and inspiring women who have ‘evened up the odds.’ One such maverick is Harlem-based Jana Herzen (Motema Records) who will share her inspiration for and the challenges and the joy of managing a record label and her deep and passionate commitment to Motema’s impressive roster of artists.
Monday, March 7 10AM, 2016
MIST Harlem, 46 West 116th Street, New York, New York 10026
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