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Face The Music 2017

Germany Named First Music Passport Partner For Victoria

by Paul Cashmere on November 8, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

Germany has been named as the first Music Passport country with the countries music industry reps heading to Melbourne for the Face The Music conference.

Music Passport is a Victorian government initiative for the music industry to connect the local industry with a target country to improve relationships and networks.

The Victorian Government introduced Music Passport as part of the government’s $22.2 million Music Works program.

German representatives at Face The Music are:

Bjørn Pfarr, Head of Music Program and Alternate Director, Reeperbahn Festival
Michael Pohl, Managing Director, Kontor New Media
Michael Schuster, Managing Director, Cargo Records
Silke Westera, Promoter, FKP Scorpio
Katerina Ivanova, Project Manager, Sound Diplomacy

Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley said Music Passport is part of a suite of programs designed to strengthen all aspects of the Victorian music industry. “Our multifaceted Music Works initiative aims to strengthen our industry at all levels – from artists and venues to labels, managers and those working behind the scenes. The Music Passport stream focuses on supporting local musicians and music businesses to forge international connections and create new opportunities. I encourage all Face the Music delegates to find out more about the program at this year’s conference and explore new ways to ensure your music ‘works’ in Victoria, and right across the globe.”

The Face The Music conference will include talks designed to open music industry conversation between Australia and Germany.

State-of-play on the German music landscape
An informative briefing on the fourth largest music market in the world. Where and how is Australian music connecting in Germany? Recent APRA AMCOS reports are showing positive increase across all revenue categories but what does that mean for you and your music?

Roadmap to touring and performing in Germany
Find out everything you need to know about touring in Germany: who are the key players in Germany’s concert business? How is the touring industry structured? What role do artists’ agents, concert promoters, and local organisers actually play?

Made in Germany
Germany is the #1 market in Europe and the beachhead to access the European marketplace and ranks #4 worldwide for recorded music (after UK, Japan and the USA). Many independent companies have succeeded in establishing themselves within Germany. This panel will shed some light on what is a huge and very unique landscape.

Face The Music is taking place on November 23 & 24 at the Melbourne Music Week Hub, St Paul’s Cathedral. Tickets are now on sale at facethemusic.com.au

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