Classic Conversations panelists

Join All Things Go on Friday, October 11th for Classic Conversations, a multi-session event leading up to the Fall Classic featuring conversations with innovative women in music, business, journalism and beyond. 2019 panelists and moderators include Pitchfork editor-in-chief Puja Patel, CNN White House reporter Kate Bennet, Fall Classic artist mxmtoon and more.

Lyft will be donating $1 for every Lyft ride to and from the festival to She Is The Music, a non-profit dedicated to increasing the number of women working in music. Learn more here.

Classic Conversations will take place at DC’s Eaton Hotel, located at 1201 K St NW, Washington, DC 20005 from 7PM – 10PM.


WOMEN X MUSIC

Puja Patel Puja Patel Pitchfork, Editor-In-Chief
Sidney Madden Sidney Madden NPR Music, Editor
mxmtoon mxmtoon Fall Classic Artist
Moira McCarthy Moira McCarthy Position Music, Senior Director of Creative | Advertising and Marketing
Caiti Green Caiti Green Atlantic Records, Marketing Director

WOMEN X STORYTELLING

Kate Bennett Kate Bennett CNN, White House Reporter
Kat Chow Kat Chow NPR, Code Switch
Alix Spiegel Alix Spiegel NPR, Invisibilia
Daniella Zalcman Daniella Zalcman Women Photograph, Founder
Laurel Chor Laurel Chor National Geographic
Stephanie Williams Stephanie Williams Washington Post

RSVP FOR CLASSIC CONVERSATIONS

RSVP for Classic Conversations is free. You can RSVP by filling out the form below. Entry for the panels is first-come first-serve. RSVPing for Classic Conversations does not guarantee entry.

Fall Classic ticketholders will receive priority entry to Classic Conversations.

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About Our Partners

Lyft

Lyft will be donating $1 for every Lyft ride to and from the festival to She Is The Music, a non-profit dedicated to increasing the number of women working in music. Learn more here.

She Is The Music

She Is The Music (SITM) is a nonprofit organization increasing the number of women working in music – songwriters, engineers, producers, artists and industry professionals.

SITM is an independent, global network that operates as a unifying organization for women from across the industry, creating strength and impact on a global scale. As an umbrella nonprofit, SITM also provides resources and support for female-focused initiatives that are working to create meaningful change – both through our SITM’s programs, as well as external efforts around the world.

Programs include an all-female songwriting series, industry database of women creators and mentorship program, with more to come. SITM’s initiatives serve women in the industry today while fostering the development of future generations.

A first-of-its-kind collaboration spanning the music industry, SITM is powered by creators, publishers, record labels, talent agencies, industry groups, media companies, streaming services, and more.


Classic Conversations