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The Future of Music Honors evening shines a light on leaders and organizations that inspire us through their creativity, art and activism. We focus on those who demonstrate an ongoing commitment to the broader structural concerns that make up a healthy and thriving cultural community for others — especially those working directly with artists on the issues that matter most to them. This one-of-a-kind event highlights musicians and industry leaders who have demonstrated consistent commitment to their craft and social change. Help celebrate their service along with exciting music performances at the 2014 Future of Music Honors.

The Future of Music Honors shines a light on leaders and organizations that inspire us through their creativity, art and activism. We focus on those who demonstrate an ongoing commitment to the broader structural concerns that make up a healthy and thriving cultural community for others — especially those working directly with artists on the issues that matter most to them.

This one-of-a-kind event highlights musicians and industry leaders who have demonstrated consistent commitment to their craft and social change. Help celebrate their service along with exciting music performances at the 2014 Future of Music Honors.

Founded in June 2000 by musicians, artist advocates, policy professionals and technology experts, Future of Music Coalition is a national nonprofit that works to establish a diverse and sustainable music ecosystem. FMC celebrates the passion and commitment of those working with and on behalf of musicians and music fans. By supporting the Future of Music Honors, you are helping to reinforce the values of community and collaboration while ensuring that artists have a seat at the table in important conversations about the future of music.

2014 Recipients

  • OK Go for for their innovation and commitment to the policy process;
  • Merge Records in celebration of 25 years of setting an example for balancing great art and unimpeachable business ethics;
  • Peter Jenner for genre- and generation-bridging leadership and artist advocacy;
  • Youth On Record for empowering teens to make constructive choices and providing the inspiration and tools for creative expression; and
  • Congressmen Robert Goodlatte, John Conyers, Jerrold Nadler and Howard Coble for leading a comprehensive examination of how copyright law is working in a digital age.

The evening will start with a cocktail reception at 6:30 pm; dinner and live music performances to follow. More details are available at www.futureofmusic.org/honors.

 

October 27th, 2014 6:30 PM   through   10:00 PM
600 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
United States

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Phone: 202-787-1000
One (1) FMC Honors Ticket $ 150.00
Two (2) FMC Honors Tickets $ 300.00
Three (3) FMC Honors Tickets $ 450.00
Table Sponsorship (includes 6 tickets) $ 2,000.00

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