Posts Tagged ‘live music business



25
Aug
18

Introducing our guests: Detlef Schwarte (Reeperbahn Festival Hamburg)

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

Detlef Schwarte gives a short presentation with Professor Carsten Winter on “Music Festival Conferences as Live Incubators of the Music Industry” within the panel discussion “The Political Economics of Music Festivals” with Hannah Crepaz (Osterfestival Tirol, Austria), Martin Cloonan (University of Turku , Finland) and Peter Smidt (Eurosonic Noorderslag, The Netherlands) on September 14 from 9:45-11:15 in Joseph Haydn-Hall at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

Detlef Schwarte is a trained sociologist and co-founder of the Reeperbahn Festival, Europe´s largest club festival and one of the world´s most important conferences for the music and digital industries. As managing director Schwarte is responsible for the international conference of the Reeperbahn Festival that includes a programme of more than 300 sessions, networking events, showcases and award shows and hosts more than 4,700 delegates from 55 countries.

Furthermore as partner and managing director of Inferno Events, a Hamburg public events agency, he designs and implements corporate and public events such as Night of Knowledge, Hamburg Night of Theatre or German Unification Day 2008.

Schwarte attends international conferences year round and speaks regularly on panels, e.g. at Eurosonic Noorderslag (NL), Canadian Music Week (CA), Oya Festival (NOR) or BIME (ES).

 

 

22
Aug
18

Introducing our guests: Erik Hitters (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

Erik Hitters of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, gives a talk on “Live Music Ecologies and Value Creation for Musicians, Industries and Cities” on September 14 from 11:45-12:30 in Joseph Haydn-Hall at the University of Music an Performing Arts Vienna.

Erik Hitters is Associate Professor at the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication of Erasmus University Rotterdam. He has co-founded and is managing director of ERMeCC, the Erasmus Research Centre for Media, Communication and Culture. He lectures for the MA programme in Media Studies and IBCoM, the International Bachelor in Communication and Media. Erik’s research interests lie in the broad field of transformations in the media and cultural Industries. His research and publications deal firstly with the changing logics of institutional and field dynamics in the media and cultural industries, including the film, music and broadcasting industries. His second interest is in local, regional and national creative industries, clustering and creative cities. He leads two large research projects. The first is the NWO funded Creative Industries Strategic Research Project “Cultures of Innovation in the Creative Industries”. The second is the Smart Culture Strategic Research Project “Staging popular music: sustainable live music ecologies for artists, music venues and cities (POPLIVE)”, jointly funded by NOW and SIA. His work on popular music has resulted in a number of conference papers and publications. In 2015, he co-founded and is board member of the International Music Business Research Association (IMBRA).

20
Aug
18

Introducing our guests: Peter Smidt (EuroSonic Noorderslag & BUMA Cultuur)

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

Peter Smidt is the founder and organizer of the EuroSonic Noorderslag music festival and organiser of EuroSonic Noorderslag Conference. He is a discussant of “The Political Economics of Music Festivals” morning panel on September 14 along with Hannah Crepaz (Osterfestival Tirol, Austria), Martin Cloonan (University of Turku , Finland) and Detlef Schwarte (Reeperbahn Festival Hamburg, Germany).

Peter Smidt studied art and art management at the Groningen university in Holland (RUG). Smidt worked as a musician, composer and started music management and booking office Buro GoGO and worked as concert and festival promoter for over 20 years for Grand Theatre Groningen, Bevrijdings Pop Haarlem and De Oosterpoort Groningen

Smidt started working for Buma Cultuur as manager Pop and Rock in 1995. Buma Cultuur is the BUMA funded organisation for promotion of Dutch music and repertoire in and outside of Holland.

Buma Cultuur is partner and co-organiser of EuroSonic Noorderslag and is organising EuroSonic Noorderslag Conference, The annual Musicians Day, Amsterdam Dance Event, Buma Beats, InJAZZ conference, The Buma Awards, Music in Motion and many other events to promote Dutch repertoire in and outside of the Netherlands.

Buma Cultuur does export of Dutch repertoire and organises stands, trade missions, shows and events at conferences worldwide and started Dutch Music Export (DMA).

Smidt is also responsible for the export policy and the European policy at Buma Cultuur. Smidt was initiator of the European Tour Support Plan (ETS) and European Talent Exchange Program (ETEP) programme and is since 2009 organiser of the EU music Prize EBBA Awards and initiator of the European Border Breakers Charts.

Smidt was board member of European Live Music Forum, Groepenraad Amsterdam, Muzieklab Brabant and European Music Office and is founder and board member of EMEE.

 

 

16
Aug
18

Introducing our guests: Peter Jenner (Sincere Management)

Peter Jenner, © Walter Wobrazek

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

Peter Jenner (Sincere Management, London) is a panelist of “The International Concert and Touring Business” panel moderated by Berthold Seliger (Seliger Konzertagentur, Berlin) on September 14 from 16:15-17:30.

Peter is legendary in the music business. He put on a number of free concerts in London’s Hyde Park which included the 1969 concert by The Rolling Stones. He was one time manager to Pink Floyd, The Clash, Ian Dury & Billy Bragg amongst many others. Now Peter is at the forefront of the debates surrounding the digital use of music. He is President Emeritus (IMMF), former Director (UK MMF) and on the advisory board of FAC. He is also a visiting professor for the University of Hertfordshire and the University of Adger in Norway. For more details, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Jenner (not all of it accurate).

 

14
Aug
18

Introducing our guests: Jake Beaumont-Nesbitt (IMMF, London)

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

Jake Beaumont-Nesbitt (International Music Managers Forum, IMMF) is one of the discussants of the panel on “The International Concert and Touring Business” moderated by Berthold Seliger (Seliger Konzertagentur, Berlin) on September 14 from 16:15-17:30.

Jake  manages composer Peter Gregson, and advises a number of artists on rights management and career development. He is the policy advisor to The International Music Managers Forum (IMMF), an organisation that brings together artist representative associations from 30 countries. It represents managers and the artists they work with to establish better trading conditions for creators through networking, sharing and discussions.

 

 

 




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