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(From) Home Export Days

(From) Home Export Days is the name for a shape-shifting event, one that will evolve as circumstances change and according to requests and propositions coming in from our team and the music sector. It’s a series that’s ever-changing, like the times we’re living in, but with the explicit aims of helping the French music sector, exploring the present situation and looking to build solid grounds for the coming times.

The CNM produces an online series entitled (From) Home Export Days.

Classical Music’s New Media & Influencers

Moderation:  Eric Denut (adviser for Maestro Arts/Universal Music Publishing, Former Delegate for Music at the French Ministry of Culture) and will reunite the following specialists:

Classical Music and Sustainability: Considering the Climate Change while Exporting / 11 December 2020

Moderation:  Eric Denut (adviser for Maestro Arts/Universal Music Publishing, Former Delegate for Music at the French Ministry of Culture) and will reunite the following specialists:

  • Céline Portes, Vice President of PROFEDIM, general representative of the Ensemble Correspondances and founder of ArViva (FR)
  • Scott Morrison, Project & Development Manager of the Scottish Ensemble, Co-host of the Scottish Classical Sustainability Group (UK)
  • Rafi Gokay Wol, Director of the Touring department of Harrison Parrott (UK)

Classical Music Trends in Italy, Spain and Portugal/ 4 December 2020

Moderation:  Eric Denut (adviser for Maestro Arts/Universal Music Publishing, Former Delegate for Music at the French Ministry of Culture) and will reunite the following specialists:

  • Antonio Pacheco, artistic Director of la Casa da Musica (PT)
  • Cecilia Balestra, artistic Director of Milano Musica (IT)
  • Enrique Rubio, CEO of the IMusica agency (ES)
  • Robert Brufau, CEO of the Auditori in Barcelone (ES)

Classical Music Trends in Italy, Spain and Portugal/ 4 December 2020

Moderation:  Eric Denut (adviser for Maestro Arts/Universal Music Publishing, Former Delegate for Music at the French Ministry of Culture) and will reunite the following specialists:

  • Gunther Broucke, CEO of the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra (Belgium)
  • Anneke Jansen, CEO of the Ensemble Asko Schoenberg (The Netherlands)
  • Hendrik Storme, CEO of De Singel (Belgium)
  • Stephan Gehmacher, CEO of  the Philharmonic society of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
  • Renaud Loranger, Vice-President of Artists and Repertoire Pentatone (The Netherlands)
  • Jerome Giersé, Director of Bozar (Belgium)

Classical Music Trends in Germany, Switzerland and Austria / 29 October

Moderation:  Eric Denut (adviser for Maestro Arts/Universal Music Publishing, Former Delegate for Music at the French Ministry of Culture) and will reunite the following specialists:

  • Sonia Simmenauer, Impressario at Simmenauer (Germany)
  • Ole Baeckhoj, Director at Pierre Boulez Saal (Germany)
  • Peter Paul Kainrath, Managing Director at Klangforum in Vienna (Austria)
  • Hans-Georg Hofmann, Artistic Director at Basler Sinfonieorchester (Switzerland)

Asia in the Limelight #2 – Focus Jazz / 15-17 October

Panel 1: Market Presentations (China, South Korea, Japan)

  • Eric Zhao, Lawyer of copyright law in China, vice president of JZ Music, and part-time jazz musician
  • Jung Hun Lee, Seoul Music Week, Ulsan Jazz Festival, GloMMnet
  • Atsuko Yashima, ex-artistic director and producer at Tokyo Jazz Festival, ex-producer NHK Enterprises, Music For Tomorrow, independent working to promote International artists in Japan

Panel 1: How to (e)connect with Asia?

Moderation: Eric Zhao (Lawyer of copyright law in China, vice president of JZ Music, and part-time jazz musician)

Spread the Word! Coordinating International Promo / 8 October

Moderation:  Alexandra Greenberg (Falcon Publicity), consultante pour Le Bureau Export.

Classical Music Trends in the UK / 24 September

Moderation: Eric Denut (adviser for Maestro Arts/Universal Music Publishing, Former Delegate for Music at the French Ministry of Culture)

  • Lydia CONNOLLY, Director, Head of Artist management at HarrisonParrott
  • Guillaume DESCOTTES, CEO and Founder, Vialma
  • Richard HEASON, Director at St John Smith Square
  • Gillian MOORE, Director of Music at Southbank Centre
  • Chi-chi NWANOKU, Double bassist, Founder and Artistic and Executive Director at Chineke! Orchestra
  • Graham MCKENZIE, Artistic Director at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival

Latam, ya! / 8-9 July

Panel 1: How to click with Latam: Connecting, Pitching and Storytelling for your projects

Moderation: Malfi Dorantes, founder of MalfiCo (Mexico)

  • Adel Hattem, D Music Marketing
  • Luis Felipe Rios, Rios Music
  • Abraham Lopez, Altiplano
  • Gustavo Mezo, Monart Agency

Panel 1:  How to click with Latam: Getting to Grips with Sync

Moderation: Patricia Carrera, licensing, royalties specialist, music supervisor, Control Freaks (Mexique)

  • Javier Nuño, music supervisor, Indice
  • Rafael Hernández, music supervisor, MusicAll
  • Gimena Bárcenas, music supervisor, Boombox
  • Hector Vazquez, music supervisor, No Pararemos

A User Guide for Festival post Covid-19 / 3 July

Moderation: Eric Denut (adviser for Maestro Arts/Universal Music Publishing, Former Delegate for Music at the French Ministry of Culture)

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