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THE NEXT GENERATION
10/8/18

Hollywood’s Madame Siam welcomed a sea of rising music industry folks last week for The Next Generation networking event. Hosted by Direct Management’s Alex Valenti, Pulse Music’s Caitlin Lytle and Altadena’s Kelly Benini—pictured below from left to right—a crowd of over a 150 career-driven people packed the venue for drinks and mingling in an effort to expand their circles.

Aptly titled “The Next Generation,” the event stemmed from the mentality and spirit of knowing your peers now, so when a call needs to be made down the line, the connection already exists. Reps from all across the industry were present, including those from CAA, Maverick, Sony/ATV, BMG, Spotify, Paradigm, APA, Prescription Songs, Interscope, Elektra, Primary Wave, Patriot Management, Hourglass Projects, smallGIANT, Human Re Sources and creatives alike.

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Pictured below (top) is HITS' Nicole Ghapgharan, Nightseason's Patrick Zeinali, Valerie Allen PR's Armine Galstian and Saphire Music Group's Kristoph Jeffers; and (bottom) Altadena's Noreen Prunier, Maverick's Stephanie Russo and Lauren O'Connor, songwriter Wynter Bethel and Pulse Music's Julia Keefe.