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 if all European countries joined forces and worked together to promote talent in the EU and in the rest of the world?
Could a European approach to music export be the solution to the fragmentation of our music market and of the visibility of artists on other continents?
How can we concretely boost the circulation of European repertoire and mobility of talents? The EU institutions are addressing related subjects in the context of “Music Moves Europe”.
Following an introduction by the European Commission, in this panel we will explore the latest developments on this front, and allow the audience to ask questions on how to help and get involved.
Music Export: Combining efforts at European level
Friday 18 Jan | De Oosterpoort, Back 7 | 12:00 – 13:00
– CORINNE SADKI / Le Bureau Export (FR)
– NUR AL HABASH / Italia Music Export-SIAE (IT)
– VIRGO SILLAMAA / Music Estonia (EE)
– ARTHUR LE GALL / KEA (FR)
– FABIEN MICLET / Independent Europan Affairs Consultant (FR)