Today, shesaid.so, a global network for women, gender non-conforming people, and allies in the music industry, has revealed their full program for ADE Pro, the week-long industry conference that accompanies the busy event schedule of Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE).
The focal point of the organization’s jam-packed ADE programming will be a day-long conference on Thursday, October 19, at their dedicated “shesaid.so space” at Amsterdam’s Lynk & Co.
The event will then apply topics from the discussion to a number of tracks written at this year’s Sizzer x Music Matters “Women+Writing Camp.”
An additional panel exploring challenges for vocalists in electronic music will be curated by House Gospel Choir (HGC) and feature input from Grammy-winning producer and DJ Louie Vega, singer-songwriter Kelli-Leigh, and HGC founder Natalie Maddix.
Finally, shesaid.so has invited its South Africa chapter to curate a discussion on empowering African DJs for global opportunities.
Additional shesaid.so programming includes a private event for the organization’s “we.grow at ADE” mentorship program on Wednesday, October 18; a full day of music and experiences at Cosmopolitan’s Clubhouse on Saturday, October 21; and a mixer to celebrate the official relaunch of shesaid.so Amsterdam on Friday, October 20.
Featured image from shesaid.so. Credit: Liz Olyslager.