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Skarpt fokus på den europæiske livescene på SPOT+ 2016

Livesektoren er en af de store platforme i dagens musikverden. Samlet set er tilskuerinteressen for festivaler og spillesteder i vækst, mens musikerne arbejder intensivt på at give publikum den størst mulige koncert-oplevelse. På SPOT+ vil et internationalt fire-trins seminar se nærmere på den overordnede statistik for europæiske spillesteder, festivalernes skærpede profil og konkurrence, betydningen af offentlig og privat støtte til spillesteder – og hvorfor livemusik stadig er så hot, at byer nu ligefrem brander sig selv som Music Cities. Repræsentanter fra store europæiske festivaler og festival-organisationer, spillesteder samt Music Canada er blandt det stærke hold deltagere.

Live Seminar – festivals, venues & Music Cities!


Kick-off Audrey Guerra/Live DMA – 1

Saturday April 30 – 10:00-10:10, RadissonBlu – Nortvegia

The European network of festival- and venue organizations Live DMA covers more than 1200 venues in 12 countries and regions. Since 2011, Live DMA has collected data which measures the venues activities and visits, employment and finances, to discover trends and developments in our sector. As coordinator of Live DMA Audrey Guerra (in picture – FR) kicks off this seminar by framing the picture; where are the European venues today?


The future of European venues – 2

Saturday April 30 – 10:15-11:00, RadissonBlu – Nortvegia

This seminar will focus on some of the many challenges the European venues are facing and will discuss topics such as public funding – or no funding at all – the “promotion gap” and the “eternal tour bus”.

Meet: Isabelle von Walterskirchen/PETZI, Verband Schweizer, Musikclubs & Festivals (CH), Jakob Brixvold/Dansk Live (DK), Marc Steens/Clubcircuit (BE), Joppe Pihlgren/Livemusik Sverige (SE). Moderator: Andy Inglis/5000 MGMT (UK).


The future for European festivals – 3

Saturday April 30 – 11:15-12:00, RadissonBlu – Nortvegia

This seminar will focus on the new European festival market with specialized/profiled festivals, the major promoters as festival organizers and the future perspectives for festivals in regards to a “segmented” music market and lack of “long-carreer” artists.

Meet Stephan Thanscheidt/Managing director & Head of Festivalbooking, FKP Scorpio (DE), Julia Gudzent/Head of artist liason and talent buyer at Melt! (DE), Ulrik Ørum-Petersen/Managing director, Heartland Festival (DK), and Maria Theessink/Talent buyer & Head of Press, Tønder Folk Festival (DK). Moderator: Andy Inglis/5000 MGMT (UK).

The Mastering of a Music City – 4

Saturday April 30 – 12:15-13:00, RadissonBlu – Nortvegia

What is a Music City and what identifies key elements of a music city, the primary benefits that accrue from music strategies, and the most effective strategies deployed around the world? Amy Terrill (in picture) gives you a keynote to the insights of mastering a Music City, from her point of view as co-author of the “Mastering of a Music City”-report which was published last summer.

Keynote: Amy Terrill/Executive Vice President, Music Canada – co-author, “The Mastering of a Music City”. Meet: Danny Keir/Sound Diplomacy (UK): Music Cities Network – an introduction, Jesper Mardahl/Promus (DK): Music City Aarhus – facts & figures. Moderator: Andy Inglis/5000 MGMT (UK).

Presented by Live DMA, Dansk Live, Promus & SPOT+

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