Promus nyheder

Open-call til nye internationale music business-forløb!

Nye spændende, internationale branchekurser online med fokus på publishing & live. Der er tale om to separate forløb, så du vælger selv. Tjek det - det foregår på den helt store klinge!
Der er ansøgningsfrist 15. december. Projektet er lavet i samarbejde med Music Cities Network, så branchedeltagere fra Aarhus kan deltage kvit og frit;-)
P.S. Og så er der en akkreditering til Reeperbahn Festival 2022 oven i hatten!

New European training programs for International Music Publishing and Live Entertainment:
International Music Business Summer School offers qualification and networking opportunities for European music business professionals

The International Music Business Summer School is the continuation of the training programme for European music business professionals. Due to the ongoing pandemic and related travel restrictions, the programme will take place online in January and February 2022. The seminar has been designed to facilitate cross-border knowledge transfer and cooperation. It provides advanced training in two separate courses which applicants may choose to participate in: music publishing or live entertainment. The online seminars are accompanied by networking activities and followed by alumni meetings during Eurosonic Noorderslag 2022 and Reeperbahn Festival 2022. The reduced participation fee of 150€ will include a ticket to one of those festivals (to be chosen by the participants).

The International Music Business Summer School will consist of two parallel seminars - International Music Publishing and International Live Entertainment - which will be held online in January and February 2022. A digital kick-off meeting for all participants will take place on Jan 17, 2022. The training programme intends to provide people from all over Europe – either already active in the music business or experienced career starters – with a comprehensive qualification in the areas of international music publishing and live entertainment. The scheme is based on three essential pillars: knowledge, networking and the exchange of experience. The curricula combine fundamental information on an international level with specialist knowledge, covering a wide range of topics from creative publishing to EU copyright law in the field of international music publishing, and from the future of live streaming to new touring standards after Covid-19 in the live entertainment domain.

Mette Zähringer, Vice President, Iceberg Music Group: “As part of the board of trustees for the International Music Publishing Summer School, I am happy to announce that participants can expect a programme that adapts to the rapid developments in the music industry. Especially under pandemic circumstances, it is more important than ever to make the exchange of knowledge possible on an international level.”

Alex Bruford, CEO ATC Live: “Supporting the next generation is so important to the future of the music industry. Therefore I am delighted to be helping the International Live Entertainment Summer School provide a programme of invaluable content for professional development within our business.”

Application for the International Music Business Summer School requires a CV and a letter of motivation. The Participants will be chosen by the board of trustees. The registration fee per person amounts to EUR 150 (plus VAT) and includes a ticket for either Eurosonic Norderslaag 2022 (Jan 19-22, 2022) or Reeperbahn Festival 2022 (Sept 21-24, 2022).

The deadline for applications is Dec 15. You can find further information and application documents at

International Music Business Summer School: Facts & Partners

The programme is announced EU-wide and funded by Music Moves Europe, which is the overarching framework for the European Commission's initiatives and actions in support of the European music sector. Additional support comes from the City of Hamburg. Cooperating partners of the International Music Publishing Summer School are the International Confederation of Music Publishers (ICMP), Chambre Syndicale De l'Edition Musicale (CSDEM), as well as the federal partner Deutscher Musikverleger-Verband (DMV). Partners of the International Live Entertainment Summer School are the European Live Music Association (ELMA), Associazione Italiana Organizzatori e Produttori Spettacoli di Musica dal vivo (Assomusica), and the federal partner Bundesverband der Konzert- und Veranstaltungswirtschaft e. V. (BDKV). Reeperbahn Festival and the internationally acting Music Cities Network have been partners and supporters since the beginning. The Hamburg Music Business Association (IHM e.V.) is the organizing body.

Music industry experts from seven different European countries will curate the International Music Business Summer School. The structure of the boards of trustees reflects the strong interest of the International Music Business Summer School to tackle relevant industry issues with a European approach.

The board members of the International Live Entertainment School are:
? Alex Bruford, UK (CEO ATC Live)
? Aissata Hartmann-Sylla, DE (Senior Booking Director AEG Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena Berlin & Verti Music Hall)
? Marie Lindqvist, UK (Senior Vice President ASM Global)
? Camila Salinas, ES (International Booker Primavera Sound)
? Vincenzo Spera, IT (President of Assomusica, member of the Council of Entertainment of MiBACT (Italian Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities), President of ELMA (European Live Music Association))

For the International Music Publishing Summer School, the board consists of:
? Juliette Metz, FR (Chair of the French Music Publishers Association, CSDEM)
? John Phelan, IE (Director General, ICMP)
? Götz von Einem, DE (Managing Director GSA, peermusic Germany GmbH, Board Member DMV)
? Mette Zähringer, DK (Vice President, Iceberg Music Group, Board Member Danish MPA).