MIAC Learning Lunches
We are dedicated to building a stronger music products community and a major part of our holistic approach is to offer better education and training to members at every level. MIAC's Learning Lunch seminars frequently center on the issues that manufacturers, distributors, and retailers must face in their respective professions. Our speakers and instructors are hand selected for their industry expertise and the topics they cover range from management to marketing and everything in between.
The Learning Lunch schedule for MIAC 2011 has yet to be finalized. However, to gain an appreciation for the topics that may be covered, take a moment to read about last year's seminars.
Past Learning Lunch Seminars (2010)
Building a Profitable Music Lesson Program
For many music retailers, some form of music education programming provides a steady source of income. Parents seldom remove their children from their music lessons, even when the economy takes a dive. This seminar will give you the opportunity to learn about how to assemble a viable music program and earn a steady revenue stream on the road to stronger business overall.
More about Pete Gamber
Pete Gamber is the Owner of Alta Loma Music in California. Pete holds a BA in Music (Trumpet & Jazz Composition) and Graduate Work in Education from Cal Poly Pomona. Pete also has a California Teaching Credential in Music. Pete Gamber works with the Los Osos Jazz Bands , the Alta Loma High School Jazz Bands, the Ruth Musser School Jazz Band, the Cucamonga Middle School Jazz Bands and the Corona Citrus Hills Intermediate Jazz Bands. Pete plays in local Funk, R&B and Blues Bands. Pete over the years has produced many outstanding trumpet players, that are now playing professionally throughout the US and Europe! Pete believes that making you sound better on the trumpet his primary goal.