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Published on April 15th, 2019 | by Jerry Doby

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The Music Entrepreneur Conference Announces ‘Pura Vida Bootcamp’, July 21 to 28, at LEAD University, San Jose, Costa Rica

Classical and jazz musicians have good news; The Music Entrepreneur Conference has opened the registration for the Pura Vida Bootcamp, which will take place from July 21 to 28, at LEAD University, San Jose, Costa Rica.

The ME Pura Vida Bootcamp is open to any classical and jazz musician with a burning desire to make an impact in the world.  This course will provide the knowledge to turn your art into a business, the skills to reach your targeted audiences, and the practice to make an exceptional living out of it.  Join leading entrepreneurs Monique Mead ( and Alain Barker ( for an exciting dive into key aspects of innovation in music, with a focus on entrepreneurship skills, purpose-driven leadership, contextual awareness, and business acumen.

The program will focus on important topics like finding purpose, entrepreneurial mindset, design thinking, project development, project design and strategy, finance, branding, marketing, and public speaking.  Some of the guest speakers include Jalen James Acosta – founder and CEO of World Artists United and Music Entrepreneur Conference, Rachel Karry – co-founder and vice-president of World Artists United and Music Entrepreneur Conference, and Nahre Sol – Juilliard graduate pianist, composer, educator, producer and speaker.

Those interested can apply at www.mepuravida.com Registration closes May 31st, 2019

“We offer a unique opportunity for academic musicians to take charge of their own careers and explore a world full of possibilities.  We provide the perfect space for personal and professional growth for classical and jazz instrumentalists, vocalists and composers, in one of the greenest and happiest countries in the world,” said director Lanzo Luconi.

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