Serving the entire performing arts eco-system
The Pitch as a showcase space contemplates the needs of artists and performance producing companies, agents and managers, presenters, venues as well as regional presenting networks. We offer high-quality performance showcases in customizable showcase rooms where presenters can discuss their curatorial selections in confidence.
Software Development Timeline
During 2020, we undertook the necessary user research, examined business model options, developed and tested an approach to digital pitches including performance videos and developed the digital blueprint for The Pitch.
- First half 2021 – develop alpha release, private beta release and undertake ongoing user testing of features
- Summer 2021 – launch public beta and onboarding; set up live pilot programs for networks and agents
- Second half 2021 – onboarding of all users groups and full deployment; launch pilot programs for presenting networks’ digital showcases
Join us Feb 16 to talk about “Breakthroughs: Progress Report on New Digital Platforms in the Performing Arts” We are living through the most challenging of times … and in the most exciting of times as we come together to forge new pathways for and in the performing...
Magnum Opus Management receives Yukon Government support for digital showcase • December 21, 2020 Magnum Opus Management is pleased to announce the signing of a contribution agreement with the Government of Yukon for the development of The Pitch: Online Showcase for...
Information Sessions for The Pitch June 15, 2020 We are pleased to announce a series of three information sessions for presenting organizations, agents and managers and regional and discipline-specific presenting networks to take place on June 23 and 25, 2020. These...
Canada-wide partnership developing an online showcase for the performing arts • March 30, 2020 Magnum Opus Management—along with the Atlantic Presenters Association, Margot Holmes of Caline Artists International, and Eoin Ó Catháin of Latitude 45 Arts—today announced...
We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.
We acknowledge that we live, work, meet and travel on the traditional territories of Indigenous peoples that have cared for this land now called Canada since time immemorial. In Whitehorse, Yukon we acknowledge the Traditional Territories of the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council and Kwanlin Dün First Nation, self-governing nations under the Umbrella Final Agreement