Symphonic Distribution Celebrates Nashville Opening

Pictured (L-R): Taylor Garland, CFO Symphonic; Jorge Brea, CEO Symphonic; Janette Berrios, Dir. of Corporate Marketing Symphonic; and Randall Foster, VP Business Development/Nashville GM Symphonic. Photo: Grayscale Marketing

Global independent music distributor Symphonic Distribution hosted the heavy-hitters of Nashville’s music industry at their launch party on Tuesday (May 7) in conjunction with Music Biz 2019 on the Acme Feed & Seed rooftop. Symphonic announced the opening of two new offices April 1 in Nashville and Columbia.

“I am beyond thrilled at the response we have received since opening our offices. This party being our official kick-off party along with the Music Business Association’s official awards after party brought together friends, songwriters, artists, and other industry players to celebrate new beginnings and a bright future,” says Randall Foster, VP of Business Development/Nashville GM.

Since its inception, Symphonic has become one of the leading independent music distribution and marketing companies in the industry. Distributing over 1 million releases of over 250,000 artists and record labels to retail and streaming platforms such as iTunes, TIDAL, Beatport, Spotify, and many more. Their services have also expanded over the years. Today, Symphonic offers a full suite of services covering strategic marketing and release planning, publishing administration, music video distribution, sync licensing, comprehensive graphic design, recoup-able budgets and a wide range of other services for their clients.


Powered by Facebook Comments

Follow MusicRow on Twitter

Category: Featured

About the Author

Jessica Nicholson serves as the Managing Editor for MusicRow magazine. Her previous music journalism experience includes work with Country Weekly magazine and Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) magazine. She holds a BBA degree in Music Business and Marketing from Belmont University. She welcomes your feedback at [email protected]

View Author Profile