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IASJ Jazz World News Nov-Dec 2015

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ECA News 01/2016

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The European Choral Association - Europa Cantat (ECA-EC) is a non-profit association gathering organisations, choirs and individuals active in the field of collective singing in Europe. Through this network we are in contact with more than 2,5 million individuals in over 50 countries.

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ECSA - News from Brussels

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On 27 January 2016, authors, composers, journalists, film directors and screenwriters met with consumer representatives in the European Parliament to discuss the future of creativity in the online environment. The event was hosted by MEP Pavel Svoboda (EPP), Chair of the EP’s Juridical Committee in charge of copyright legislation among other matters.
The event was divided into three panels where authors and consumers got into a dialogue about topics...

 

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25th Birthday of the Hungarian Music Council

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The Hungarian Music Council celebrated its 25th birthday on the 2nd December 2015, the day of the inaugural General Assembly in 1990.

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Atelier for Young Festival Managers in Chiang Mai - Apply by 31 January!

efa logo smallThe Festival Academy, an initiative of the European Festivals Association (EFA), is calling for applications for the Atelier for Young Festival Managers to take place from 1 to 7 December 2016 in Chiang Mai, Thailand, in collaboration with Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau. Some ten renowned festival directors will guide 45 participants through the 7-day training programme. Young festival managers from all over the world are invited to apply until 31 January 2016.

The Atelier for Young Festival Managers is an intense 7-day training programme addressed at emerging artistic festival directors or those who have ambitions to get involved in programming or in related departments within a festival. It is about sharing experiences and passing on knowledge to the next generation of festival makers: knowledge about programming a festival, while focusing on the very essence of art festivals – the arts and the artist.

“The true role of a festival is to help artists to dare, to engage in new projects,” is the motto of the Atelier, coined by Bernard Faivre d’Arcier, longstanding Director of the Avignon Festival, President of the Lyon Biennial (France).

Explore festival issues in different formats

45 young festival managers from all over the world will be selected to participate in the Atelier. Around 10 distinguished festival directors, will each attend for at least two full days and work together with participants throughout the 7 days. In lectures, one-on-one talks, group discussions as well as intense workshops on case studies, issues such as artistic vision, public responsibility, creation and coproduction, internationalisation, networking, renewal and sustainability will be explored. Have a look at the list of presenters of the previous Ateliers.

““Gazing from the airplane window on my way back “home” I caught myself thinking the Atelier, for me, was like the first time I took a plane. Full of expectations – you prepare, buckle-up, accelerate, take off, penetrate the hazy clouds and gain clear vision of the immensity of the sky. Feel it, experience it and learn from it.” said Martin Kadinov, participant of the Atelier Beirut 2015

Join a unique new network

The Atelier counts 335 alumni from 65 countries after nine Ateliers for Young Festival Managers since 2006 in Goerlitz, Varna, Singapore, Izmir, Ljubljana, Edinburgh, Poznan,Beirut and Gwangju. Participants of the Chiang Mai edition will become part of this unique global network of young festival makers which will grow further after the upcoming Atelier Budapest 2016.

Programme details

Dates, place: 1-7 December 2016, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Application deadline:31 January 2016
Procedure: Submit the Application Form; for selection criteria, application/selection procedure, course fee etc. check the Atelier CHIANG MAI 2016 website

Get to know our host

The public organisation Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) takes the lead on behalf of the Thai government in the development and success of Thailand’s MICE sector. Established in 2004, TCEB works to drive growth, elevate quality standards and inspire creativity in the industry. TCEB offers a range of advisory services and attractive support packages to contribute to the success and productivity of business events held in Thailand. Also, the Chiang Mai Convention & Exhibition Centre is one of Southeast’s Asia largest convention centres. .

For all details visit the Atelier CHIANG MAI 2016 website

IASJ Jazz World News

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Dancescreen: Film submission starts 2 November 2015

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GET READY FOR SUBMITTING! THERE ARE JUST 2 MORE WEEKS TO GO!

Organized by the IMZ International Centre for Music + Media, dancescreen is the most prestigious international competition among the dance film and video festivals. The 14th dancescreen edition in 2016 will take place within FRAME-The London dance film festival from 9-12 June 2016 at Kingston Upon Thames (UK), which is hosted by BalletBoyz.

First launched in 1988, dancescreen offers a competition alongside an eclectic programme of film screenings, panels and pitching sessions. It supports young artists and facilitates networking between directors, choreographers and potential buyers including broadcasters, festival curators, media and art institutions from all over the world.

Find out more about the dancescreen Competition, its Categories and Awards here.

Music 2025 : le futur du management d’artistes

L'Alliance des Managers d'Artistes (AMA) et l'International Music Managers Forum (IMMF) étaient présents au MaMA de Paris du 14 au 16 Octobre 2015 avec une conférence sur le Thème:

Music 2025 : le futur du management d’artistes

Plus que jamais essentiels aux côtés des artistes dans le nouvel écosystème de la musique, les managers sont amenés à adapter leurs pratiques dans un contexte en constante évolution. L’actualité du secteur musical les conduit à adopter une vision de plus en plus pertinente et prospective sur le devenir de leur métier. A l’occasion du MaMA, un panel international de managers de différents horizons partagera ses réflexions sur l’avenir du droit d’auteur et des droits voisins (notamment en Europe où Bruxelles prépare une réforme), sur l’avenir de la rémunération des artistes dans un marché qui sera dominé par le streaming, sur la viabilité économique du management quand les sources de revenus classiques s’amenuisent et sur les nouvelles opportunités à développer pour et autour des artistes. A quoi ressemblera l’activité du manager à l’horizon 2025 ? Quels sont les scénarios probables, les problématiques pressenties, les nouvelles approches à anticiper ? Déclinant ici la conférence « Musik 2025 » qu’avait initié MaMA en 2010, les managers préparent leur futur.


INTERVENANTS :
Keith Harris, manager de Stevie Wonder (UK),
Natalia Talayero, vice-présidente MMF Spain, fondatrice RockMap (Espagne),
Benjamin Galler, managing director BenditEntertainment (Allemagne),
Maria Clara Espinel, MCE Entertainment, vice-présidente MMF Latin America (Colombie),
Akotchayé Okio, manager, Mix My Wax Music (Bénin)


MODÉRATEUR:
Didier Zerath, The DZ Factory, président AMA, trésorier IMMF.

World Amateur Orchestra Festival, Milan 17-20 September 2015

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The World Federation of Amateur Orchestras was founded in 1997 to promote global youth orchestra initiatives. Since, it has expanded this mission to include both youth and adult amateur orchestras.


WFAO and the non-profit association AIMA -Associazione Italiana Musicisti Amatori- decided to organize in Milan an Amateur Orchestra Festival at the occasion of the 2015 World Expo in partnership with the prestigious MiTo Settembre Musica and the Conservatorio di musica “G. Verdi” who offered their full support to promote WFAO’s festival.


Between the 17th and 20th September, more than 90 amateur musicians from 17 different countries, assembled in Milan under the baton of conductors Joe Yamaji (Japan) and Mario Gioventù (Italy), with Elena Ponzoni as concertmaster.
During the 4 days of rehearsals and social gatherings, all participants shared a great experience and new international friendships were born. They had the chance to perform the final concert at the legendary Conservatorio di Musica “G. Verdi”. The Italian soprano Federica Vitali opened the concert with arias by Pucini, followed by Sibelius’ Symphony No. 2. It was a real success and the audience appreciated the result of the hard work provided by these musicians.


Furthermore, the World Amateur Orchestra festival became the launching platform for a new Italian amateur orchestras association, called FedIOrAm- Italian Federation of Amateur Orchestras. It will replace AIMA as the official representative for amateur musical activities in Italy.


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