Music is one of the first sectors hit by the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis. It will also be one of the last. As borders close, venues as well as festivals suspend their activities, performances are cancelled, group activity is stopped, shops close, and new releases are put on hold, the entire creative value chain is stalling. … Continue reading Music sector joins together to call for EU and national investment to address current crisis and promote diversity
EMEE has drafted a list of coming up showcases and music conference festival in the world, providing daily updates on their status
Through its members, EMEE has gathered official governmental information by most of European countries regarding safety measures put in place to contrast the COVID19 outbreak. The list will be updated daily. EMEE MEMBERS STATE BY STATE UPDATE LINKS on COVID-19 Virus AUSTRIA FAQ for the situation in Austria can be found here: https://www.sozialministerium.at/en/Coronavirus/FAQ-Coronavirus.html Travel information … Continue reading COVID19 outbreak – EU official sources per country
The European Commission has published today a “Study on a European Export Strategy”, an in-depth analysis on the status of European music’s export capacity (both within the EU member states and internationally) outlining the main challenges of the sector and proposing practical solutions to enhance and strengthen the competitiveness of Europe’s music sector on the … Continue reading European Commission publishes the first European Music Export Study in partnership with EMEE
Some of you may already know the popular French BIS (Biennales Internationales du Spectacle) event, bringing every two years 13.000 creative professionals from various backgrounds (theatre, dance, music, circus, etc) at the Cité des Congrès in Nantes. This year the professional event will be enriched with a music showcase festival, called Festival BISE (a lovely … Continue reading EMEE partners with BISE Festival to bring the freshest European artists to Nantes
Analyse the challenges and opportunities regarding the export of European music, present solutions to some of the issues faced by stakeholders and suggest operational tools to increase the cross-border circulation of European repertoire in the world: these are some of the main objectives of the 'Study on a European Export Strategy' whose first findings were … Continue reading First European Music Export Conference in Brussels
Succeeding the European Border Breakers Awards (EBBA), the annual Music Moves Europe Talent Awards are co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, with the additional support of the Municipality of Groningen, Province of Groningen and the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. The awards are presented by ESNS and Reeperbahn Festival, … Continue reading Music Moves Europe Talent Awards: here’s the new 16 nominees!
Europe is home of some of the most inspiring and talented music creators in the world. From Tallinn to Lisbon, from Athens to Dublin, new artists emerge every day and dream of touring across borders. In Europe, national export offices are here to help acts achieving international success, with positive but fragmented results. But what … Continue reading Join EMEE panel on Music Export in EU at Eurosonic 19
Join EMEE at Eurosonic! The European Music Exporters Exchange network will organize two workshops during next ESNS19: "Are You Export Ready for USA?" and "Are You Export Ready? French Case Study". Both workshops will be held at De Oosterport in Groningen, next Thursday 17th and Friday 18th of January. More info below: Are You … Continue reading Don’t miss EMEE workshops at Eurosonic 2019!
Thrilled to announce EMEE has won the first ever European Commission tender towards developing an export strategy for European music!