Martin F. Frascogna specializes in the intersection between entertainment and international law. Currently representing entertainment clients in 34 countries spanning 6 continents, Frascogna is the youngest (and only) published author by the American Bar Association on issues concerning international entertainment related legal matters. Frascogna also serves as the American Music Business Ambassador and adjunct professor for entertainment law for Berklee College of Music’s graduate program in Valencia Spain.
Martin graduated from Mississippi College School of Law in 2009 and immediately joined Frascogna Entertainment Law division.
From 2006-2007, Martin completed his second Masters in International Marketing from DePaul University, and remains the only student to tailor the degree specifically to the music industry. DePaul University, recently ranked as the most diverse school in the U.S., honored Frascogna as one of their Top 14 Alumni under the age of 40.
During 2002-2004, Frascogna obtained his first Masters Degree in International Communications from Mississippi College.
From 1998-2002, Frascogna attended one of the nation’s top liberal arts school, Millsaps College. During his time at Millsaps, Frascogna was a defensive back and kick return specialist for the football team where he received All-Conference honors in 2001 & 2002, along with an All-American candidacy in 2002.
Martin managed the Grammy Award winning recording studio responsible for the O Brother Where Art Thou movie soundtrack – Terminal Recording.
Frascogna co-founded an independent record label based in Stockholm Sweden in order to focus specifically on international expansion and marketing.
From 2001-2005, Frascogna served as Associated Producer in conjunction with The Recording Academy, to produce The Birthplace of America’s Music. The event was recognized by Vanity Fair as one of the “hippest events on the planet.”
Frascogna has served as Berklee’s American Music Business Ambassador since 2015. Frascogna lectures to Berklee’s Master students in the Global Entertainment Music Business program in Valencia Spain regarding an overview of the U.S. industry. Frascogna also teaches entertainment law during the Summer Semester.