NEWSLETTER April 2013
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IMZ INTERNAL NEWS Editorial IMZ World Music Film Screenings At WOMEX 2013 Last Call For Entries dance screen 2013 With SFDFF 291 Entries IMZ At Classical:NEXT World Music Films On Tour IMZ General Assembly Minutes IMZ Schedule
IMZ MEMBER NEWS new productions Accentus Music Mahler, Wagner, Die Thomaner And Isang Yun Clasart Classic The Met Live In HD C Major Entertainment Thielemann & Kaufmann, Mehta & Midori, The Piano Guys EuroArts The Magic Flute From Baden-Baden And A New Europa Konzert Series La Monnaie / De Munt La Dispute Russian Music Society 85 Years Of Romanian National Radio Orchestra Windrose Celebrating Diversity
what‘s on... ZDF
festival/competition news 50th International Television Festival Golden Prague
Laurels, Prizes and Praises Accentus Music EuroArts ServusTV
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RELATED INDUSTRY NEWS Beethovenfest Bonn 2013 DCW Dance Media Film Festival 2013 The European Music Council 3rd European Forum on Music Youth Committee Of The EMC Youth Day International Fund For The Promotion Of Culture Call For Proposals 2013 NEW PROJECTS: Mitchell Rose And Bebe Miller Globe Trot Rachel Davies Film Ltd They Tuck You Up Your Mum and Dad Loránd János Lynching NEW MEDIA MISCELLANEOUS: Our Special Pick Of Music And Media News From Around The World
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EDITORIAL Dear IMZ members,
IMZ is going new ways to open new perspectives. We are happy to invite you to join us for the next Avant Première Screenings in Berlin from 12 to 16 February 2014! Moving the Avant Première Screenings from Cannes to Berlin has challenged us to make an impactful decision, to which we have paid attention to the full extent. During various board meetings, as well as the last General Assembly on 27 January 2013, all the arguments for and against have been discussed. It became clear that an overwhelming majority was in favour of the Berlin option. Bringing the decision to MIDEM’s attention at a meeting in Cannes, followed by a second meeting at the MIDEM headquarters in Paris, finally lead to a new proposal to the IMZ. While the new offer moved some way towards a financially better deal for the IMZ, it left the fundamental questions surrounding the partnership unanswered. Considering the developments in broadcasting and the music and media industry as a whole, the IMZ sees a strong responsibility to create an improved framework for our activities. The main concern at the General Assembly was whether a continued partnership with MIDEM would offer sufficient space to do so. Our target is a more promising environment for the IMZ enabling new markets, new networks, new partners and new members. We are convinced that Berlin is just the right place. In the context of Berlin as a centre for the film industry the location holds possibilities for new audiences as well as cooperation arrangements. Coinciding with the Berlin Film Festival/Berlinale the Avant Première Screenings take place at a time of increased attention to film productions. We move to Berlin with a wide spread network of new partners following our mission to explore new markets and partnerships for the future of Avant Première. Our screening site will be Hotel Scandic at the heart of Berlin at Potsdamer Platz. Providing convenience for all our activities planned it features • an auditorium with a state of the art video and audio equipment for the screenings • saloons for panel discussions and presentations • space for stands • bar and lounges for networking • hotel rooms at a special rate Have a look at Hotel Scandic Potsdamer Platz, Gabriele-Tergit-Promenade 19, 10963 Berlin at Scandichotels.com/berlin. A block reservation for the IMZ membership has been made. Further information will follow as the IMZ office continues to organise the next Avant Première 2014. All of us are more than willing to put our energy towards this move to Berlin but we depend on your support to make this step throughout successful. So save the date and encourage your colleagues to join us! We are grateful for your help and may also call on some of you to assist us. We are looking forward to set objectives for the IMZ to confidently face the new developments and challenges of music in the media. Should you have any questions, please contact the IMZ office, or the board members you are assigned to.
Very best wishes,
Arild Erikstad President of the IMZ
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dance screen 2013 With SFDFF 291 Entries
IMZ World Music Film Screenings At WOMEX 2013 LAST CALL FOR ENTRIES Watch out! You have a little more time to submit for the 12th IMZorganised World Music Film Screenings at WOMEX. EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE:Â 23rd April! Submit right away - any recently produced world music programmes that have not yet been presented at WOMEX
- programmes with undeniable cinematic quality - Films featuring great, interesting, special and unforgettable music As every year, the selected entries may also become part of our World Music Film on Tour nonprofit distribution project. For personal support, contact Tatiana Petkova
A BIG THANKS TO THE FILMMAKERS! Thank you all for your submissions. This year we received 291! Every entry, regardless of selection for screening in the festival, will be included in the festival catalogue and in the IMZ archives. The IMZ - International Music + Media Centre, which founded dance screen in 1988 as one of the first dance film and video competitions and festivals worldwide, is happy about the partnership with San Francisco Dance Film Festival, which will host the dance screen 2013 competition. San Francisco Ballet and the San Francisco Film Society will join us as co-presenters of this international celebration of dance on camera. Important Dates: Festival notifications: Mid June 2013 Festival in San Francisco: 12 â€“ 15 September 2013 We are looking forward to seeing you there! www.dancescreen.com San Francisco Dance Film Festival Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/IMZMedia www.imz.at
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IMZ Schedule 8 – 11 April 2013 miptv, Cannes EuroArts at miptv 2013, booth #28.01 18 – 21 April 2013 EMC - European Music Council, The 3rd European Forum on Music: Glasgow 25 – 27 April 2013 23rd IAMA International Conference: Vienna
IMZ at Classical:NEXT 29 May – 1 June 2013 | Vienna Don’t miss the late rate deadline on 3 May! We have a special registration deal for all IMZ members: Register online using the "Company Additional" Rate and indicate "IMZ MEMBER" in the comment field of your registration form! The IMZ Film Screenings are scheduled for Thursday 30 and Friday 31 May, starting at 06:00 pm at the MAK lecture hall! The film selection has already been revealed: Thursday 30 May: 18h00 Kinshasa Symphony www.kinshasa-symphony.com
Friday 31 May: 18h00 The Culture Files: Wagner & Beethoven www.gebrueder-beetz.de Classical:NEXT is a newly established, annual event that addresses head-on the challenges facing the international classical and art music community, both in its entirety and within its various sectors. Classical:NEXT also offers an ideal opportunity to promote new talents, new creative ideas and future-oriented business practices. www.classicalnext.com
World Music Films on Tour NEW BOOKING Feel like visiting Bologna in spring? Then go ahead and use the opportunity to attend the screening of the movie Desert Rebels. The Bologna Film Archive is organising the 13th edition of the Human Rights Nights Film Festival (18 – 21 April) focusing on migrant cinema. Otherwise you can also take an
afternoon free and visit the Seattle Asian Art Museum in order to attend the screening of Sufi Soul – The Maytic Music of Islam. Interested in booking your own film programme? Check out the new World Music Films on Tour website for the complete film list available for non-commercial bookings.
29 May – 1 June 2013 IMZ at Classical:NEXT: Vienna If you have any upcoming events, screenings, competitions et al. please send us your event details and and we’ll list them on the IMZ schedule in our monthly newsletter. You may e-mail your submissions to Marion Vera Forster, email@example.com. Your message should include: title and description of the event, date, time, venue.
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NEW PRODUCTIONS Accentus Music New Release On DVD / Blu-Ray: Mahler 4 In April, Accentus Music releases Mahler’s 4th Symphony, performed by the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and Riccardo Chailly. Inspired by Chailly’s interpretation, the artist Neo Rauch created another painting for the Accentus Mahler cycle. His work Hohe Zeit will be featured on the DVD cover. In February, Accentus has continued recording the cycle with Symphony No.5, together with Edvard Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A minor, performed by Lars Vogt.
la. A production of Accentus Music in co-production with ZDF/ ARTE. Die Thomaner At Nashville Film Festival The documentary Die Thomaner – A Year in the Life of the St. Thomas Boys Choir Leipzig has been selected for the 2013 Nashville Film Festival, held 18 – 25 April. A Production of Accentus Music, in co-production with MDR, in co-operation with ARTE and NHK.
Isang Yun In North And South Korea Maria Stodtmeier has finished shooting her portrait of Isang Yun, a composer between two worlds, whose outstanding biography bridges both Koreas. The documentary, filmed both in the North and the South, is a co-production with ZDF/ARTE and is supported by Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung.
Clasart Classic Seventh Season Of Live Broadcasts From New York’s Metropolitan Opera Comes To Record-Breaking End The seventh season of the Met Live in HD, presented in Germany and Austria by Clasart Classic, ends with two highlights: The new production of Wagner’s Parsifal from the Metropolitan Opera starring Jonas Kaufmann and Händels Giulio Cesare starring Natalie Dessay. A record was broken at the broadcast of Rigoletto, with nearly 40,000 opera lovers filling 175 theaters in Germany and Austria to experience Verdi’s masterpiece with Diana Damrau, Piotr Beczala and Zeljko Lucic, an event that grossed over one million euros. Clasart Classic registered over 220,000 viewers during the 2012/2013 season, which represents an increase of nearly 15% in comparison with the previous year.
Accentus Music Completed Wagner In Switzerland The programme features the Austrian mezzo Elisabeth Kulman with pianist Eduard Kutrowatz, as well as soloists of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, performing Wagner’s Wesendonck Lieder and the Siegfried Idyll in the composer’s residence, the Tribschen vil-
Piotr Beczala ©Ken Howard
The titles from the current “Met live in HD” season are now available for TV, distributed by Clasart Classic. The 2013/2014 season of the Met live in HD series will feature ten live transmissions including four new productions. Met Music Di-
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NEW PRODUCTIONS rector James Levine returns to the podium, leading performances of Falstaff on 14 December and Così fan tutte on 26 April. The Live in HD season kicks off on 6 October with a new production of Eugene Onegin, conducted by Valery Gergiev and starring Anna Netrebko, Piotr Beczala and Mariusz Kwiecien. With Borodin’s Prince Igor and Shostakovitch’s The Nose two other gems of Russian repertoire will be presented. Apart from the focus on Russia, the programme contains opera highlights such as Tosca, Rusalka, Werther, La Bohème and La Cenerentola.
länder, Rienzi, Lohengrin, Tannhäuser; Eine Faust-Ouvertüre ( 1 8 5 5 Ve r s i o n ) ; A r i a s: “A l lmächt’ger Vater” from Rienzi, “In fernem Land” from Lohengrin, “Inbrunst im Herzen” from Tannhäuser. Hans Werner Henze: Fraternité. Air pour l’orchestre. Length: 90'; director: Michael Beyer. A production of UNITEL in co-production with ZDF/ Arte and in cooperation with Semperoper Dresden and CLASSICA. Live signal available on 21 Mai!
Contact: Katja.Raths@tmg.de | Katharina.Biro@tmg.de
Thielemann Christian+SSKD © Matthias Creutziger
C Major Entertainment C Major Entertainment And Unitel Classica Present: Wagner Birthday Concert … starring Jonas Kaufmann! On the eve of Wagner’s birthday, Christian Thielemann conducts the overtures and great tenor scenes from the composer’s operas that were premiered in Dresden. Orchestra: Dresdner Staatskapelle. On the programme: Wagner: Ouvertures to Der fliegende Hol-
Mehta And Midori Perform Brahms And Hindemith 30 years after Midori’s legendary concert debut with the New York Philharmonic conducted by Zubin Mehta, Midori and Mehta have come together again for a special concert with the Münchner Philharmoniker. The concert opens with Brahms’ Tragic Overture, followed by Hindemith’s symphony Mathis der Maler and Brahms’ Violin Concerto. Length: 90'; TV director: Hanne Kaisik. A production of inpetto filmproduktion for ZDF in cooperation with Arte and in co-production with UNITEL CLASSICA
C Major Entertainment And Sony Music Present: The Piano Guys Live At Red Butte Garden Since coming together in 2012, The Piano Guys have more than 1.2 million subscribers to their YouTube channel – with 216 million video views and counting, and growing at the rate of 50,000 fans per month. Putting a classic spin on new music – and a new spin on classic music, the group appeals to every generation of music fan. Their enthusiasm for the capacity of new technology, creativity and humor to reinvigorate music is infectious, and the way in which they have redefined our idea of musical genres and the band as we know it is testament to the power of social media. The Piano Guys: Live at Red Butte Garden showcases the Guys’ innovative style, highlighting their unique audio and visual take on pop and classical music, performances one of their YouTube subscribers described as “ice cream for [the] ears.” Length: 55’ min; production: Sony Music Entertainment www.cmajor-entertainment.com
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NEW PRODUCTIONS EuroArts Die Zauberflöte Live From BadenBaden The main focus of the Easter Festival 2013, held for the first time with the Berliner Philharmoniker at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, will be on Mozart’s The Magic Flute conducted by Sir Simon Rattle.
Die Zauberflöte © Andrea Kremper
The principal roles are sung by Ana Durlovski (Queen of the Night), Pavol Breslik (Tamino), Kate Royal (Pamina), Michael Nagy (Papageno) and Regula Mühlemann (Papagena). The Three Ladies are also portrayed by prominent performers, namely Annick Massis, Magdalena Kožená and Nathalie Stutzmann. José van Dam is the Narrator and the Canadian artist and seasoned opera director Robert Carsen is in charge of directing. Produced by EuroArts Music in co-production with Idéale Audience, NHK, SWR and Mezzo.
Europa Konzert! EuroArts starts a Blu-ray release series of upconverted and intensely restored Europa Konzert titles: Beginning in April with the concerts from El Escorial (1992) and Meiningen (1994). Further titles will be released in the following months… The next Europa Konzert is just around the corner: On 1 May, the Berliner Philharmoniker – with Sir Simon Rattle and Magdalena Kožená – will celebrate the anniversary of their founding in Prague, where they’ve played in 1991, soon after the opening of the Eastern European countries, and in 1996 at the National Theatre. To continue this tradition, the Europa Konzert 2013 will take place at the historical Spanish Hall of Prague Castle; the repertoire includes Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6, Pastorale, Dvořák’s Biblical Songs and Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. Live signal will be available! Release Highlights: - Anniversary Box Helmuth Rilling - Spira Mirabili Documentary & Schumann’s Symphony No.1, “Spring” On DVD & Blu-ray Disc - Alban Berg: Wozzeck
La Monnaie / De Munt La Dispute Last March, La Monnaie Opera House staged the world premiere of La Dispute, the second opera by Benoît Mernier. The Belgian composer collaborated closely with the legendary directors Karl-Ernst and Ursel Herrmann; with Ursel writing the libretto, based on the writings of Marivaux. La Dispute received raving reviews, especially for the witty stage design, and is to be seen on www.lamonnaie.be until 15 April.
La Dispute © Bernd Uhlig
Russian Music Society Full Hall At The First Concert Of The Romanian National Radio Orchestra In Chisinau Under The Baton Of Yuri Botnari 2,000 people standing! Several minutes of applause! Many bouquets of flowers on stage and an invitation to return! These are the side-effects of the successful concert held in Chisinau, on 3 March. For the first time in its 85 years of
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NEW PRODUCTIONS existence, the Romanian National Radio Orchestra, under the baton of Yuri Botnari, performed on Sunday night at the National Palace of the capital of Moldova.
All in all, a wonderful anniversary event celebrating 85 years of Radio Romania and the Romanian National Radio Orchestra…
The concert, organised by Russian Music Society and Radio Romania, was held in the framework of the Music Festival Martisor and was broadcasted live in Moldova and Romania. Yuri Botnari, voting member of the Grammy Academy, is developing a rich artistic activity with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra. The link between him and this project is also a symbolic one: Born in Chisinau, the conductor originates from a Romanian-Russian family with artistic background.
The programme brought together three famous works drawing a beautiful artistic bridge between Romanian and Russian music: Tchaikovsky’s Symphony no.5, Rachmaninoff’s Concerto no.2 for piano and orchestra and Enescu’s Romanian Rhapsody no.1. Special guest was the pianist Vladimir Ovchinnikov, who was recently invited to perform for her Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and to whom President Vladimir Putin has awarded the highest state distinction in music, People's Artist of Russia.
new version of Orpheus by Monteverdi and Dreams of the Horde with dancers exploring the theme of rebound, abolishing the boundaries between hip-hop & contemporary dance. Two theater plays revisit the fairy tales: Cinderella by Joël Pommerat and Snow White, in a very contemporary dreamlike version that has been nominated for the French Molière Awards.
Windrose Celebrating Diversity The Messiah by Händel: taking place in a remarkably excentric scenery by Oleg Kulik. Impempe Yomlingo: a South African adaptation of The Magic Flute by Mozart. Featuring South African singers in folkloric costumes and marimba percussions instead of the symphonic orchestra. Discover the contemporary African ballets scene with Footprints, We Ask the Words Later, Katlehong Cabaret & Woza, three South African performances, and the Concert of a Disjointed Man (a ballet in which each instrument depicts an aspect of human personality) from Burkina Faso. Refresh your slot with three ballets including hip hop influences: Romeos & Juliettes (with electronics over the original symphonic music), an astonishing
Do You Speak Djembe? Featuring the captivating djembe player Doug Manuel, whose performance on stage is a striking interaction with the audience: A world music programme beyond all niches. Salsa, rumba, mambo and reggaeton: The musical Soy De Cuba about a young girl who comes to La Havana where she discovers dance and love and Traverse, a danceplay, in which body language rules and everything can be used as an instrument of percussion. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | www.windrose.fr
Concert of a disjointed man
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ZDF Music Productions On ARTE
50th International Television Festival GOLDEN PRAGUE
7 April 2013, 05:00 pm, on ARTE Große Werke entdecken: Dreigroschenoper; A film by Günther Klein Actor Ben Becker explores the history and „social background“ of Bert Brecht’s Dreigroschenoper.
12 – 16 October 2013 | Zofin Palace, Prague
14 April 2013, 05:00 pm, on ARTE Große Werke entdecken: Die Zauberflöte Axel Brüggemann and Axel Fuhrmann tell the story of creation and the reception history of Mozart’s famous masterpiece. 14 April 2013, 06:30 pm, on ARTE Südafrika singt: Cape Festival der Stimmen A film by Norbert Busè At the Cape Festival 2010, six choirs celebrate and share their African and European traditions. Featuring Angela Kerrison, Pro Cantu Youth Choir, Leon Starker Chamber Choir, Bongani Magatyana Choir, John Davids Choir, Cape Town School Choir, Michael Dingaan Choir. 21 April 2013, 06:30 pm, on ARTE MAESTRO: Rafał Blechacz spielt Chopin 28 April 2013, 11:30 pm, on ARTE Claudio Abbado und Yuja Wang in Luzern With their Mahler cycle Claudio Abbado and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra are setting new standards… On the programme of the opening concert 2009: Mahler’s Symphony no.1. Furthermore, Abbado presents one of the most exciting piano talents of today: Yuja Wang (performing Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto no.3).
The team of the ITF Golden Prague is working on an update of the festival’s website and regulations. We keep you posted… And when the new website is launched, you will receive a copy of the statutes! The basics in advance: Categories of the 50th ITF Golden Prague Competition are: 1) Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance 2) Performing Arts (Recordings of opera, operetta, musicals, dance, ballet, concerts, etc.) Only programmes produced after 15 April 2012 will be accepted for competition.
Maximum number of programmes per entrant: 5 Maximum total length of all programmes entered by a single entrant: unlimited Minimum length of each programme: 5 minutes Deadline for entry forms: 15 May 2013 Programmes submission deadline: 31 May 2013 Personal registration deadline: 15 September 2013 See you in October in Prague! Contact: Andrea Savane, Project Manager for International Relations and ITF GP Manager, Czech Te l e v i s i o n : email@example.com www.ceskatelevize.czwww.festival goldenprague.cz
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LAURELS, PRIZES AND PRAISES Accentus Music
Award Winning John Cage – Journeys In Sound Honored Again:
Two ROMY TV Award Nominations For Karajan – The Second Life:
Award Winning John Cage – Journeys In Sound Honored Again: The documentary John Cage – Journeys in Sound by Allan Miller and Paul Smaczny has won the award for Best Educational Film at the 31st Festival International du Film sur l'Art (FIFA) in Montréal, Canada.
The documentary Karajan - The second Life by Eric Schulz is nominated in two categories of the prestigious Austrian ROMY TV Award: in the category Best TV documentary 2012 and in the category Best producer TV.
EuroArts A Diapason d'Or Award went to Bruno Monsaingeon's Richter, L'Insoumis – the Enigma
The film Karajan – The Second Life offers never-before-seen film footage and a fascinating look at the musical performances of the conductor Herbert von Karajan. Excerpts from private recordings of phone calls between the maestro and his sound engineer Günter Hermanns were exclusively analyzed for this film and provide an authentic insight into Karajan's work. The central question is: what will remain of Karajan, who made more recordings than anyone else, and his unprecedented ambitious artistic legacy. Karajan – The second Life is a production of ServusTV in coproduction with Unitel Classica The ROMY TV award in honor of the actress Romy Schneider was created in 1990 by the Austrian newspaper Kurier. This year’s award giving ceremony is taking place in Vienna on 18 April. www.servustv.com
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RELATED INDUSTRY NEWS Metamorphoses / Verwandlungen Beethovenfest Bonn 2013 5 September – 5 October The highlights in brief: • András Schiff completes his twoyear Beethoven Piano Sonata cycle • The Borodin Quartet continues its three-year complete Beethoven String Quartet cycle • Five orchestras in Residence: Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, NDR-Sinfonieorchester and the Bamberg Symphony • The London Symphony Orchestra closes the festival with Daniel Harding • Artist in Residence Patricia Kopatchinskaja performs three concerts • Martin Grubinger celebrates the 100th anniversary of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring with his arrangement for two pianos and percussion • Top soloists in 2013 include: Julia Fischer, David Fray, Helene Grimaud, Christian Lindberg, Sabine Meyer, Miah Persson, Jean-Quihen Queyras, Christian Tetzlaff & Yuja Wang. • „New music“ includes the German premiere of George Benjamin’s Written on Skin; Rebecca Saunders’ Chroma and a celebration of Krysztof Penderecki’s 80th birthday • For the first time the Festival hosts a piano battle, the World Doctors Orchestra and German Women’s Jazz Orchestra
• At Young Beethovenfest 2013, „student managers“ organise a concert with American organist Cameron Carpenter All in all: 67 events in the main programme at 29 venues in Bonn and the surrounding Rhine-Siegvalley!
LACMA and opening night at Music Center. The green inspired festival will be sure to inform audiences about dance, film and the preservation of water. Tickets will be on sale soon. To purchase (and for further information) please visit dancecamerawest.org.
Tickets (and further information) available at www.beethovenfest.de.
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DANCE CAMERA WEST FESTIVAL 2013
The 3rd European Forum On Music
2 – 5 MAY Dance Camera West is excited to celebrate the 12th Annual DCW Dance Media Film Festival with "Get Wet," a celebration of screen dance, live dance, and water. Fea-
turing DCW's traditional roster of new international dance films, "Get Wet" will include live, sitespecific dance works from worldrenowned choreographers and dancers. Events and performances and screenings will be located at fountains in Los Angeles, including the majestic Getty Museum,
The European Music Council (EMC) together with the Scottish Music Centre are organizing the 2013 European Forum on Music which will take place from 18 – 21 April 2013 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. The aim of this latest edition of the European Forum on Music will be to explore what role music and culture can play in this situation and to discuss latest trends and developments of the music sector in Europe. Sociomusicologist Simon Frith and Pete Wishart, Scottish MP and former member of the band Runrig have been confirmed as keynote speakers. Set in the stunning Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow, the third Euro-
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RELATED INDUSTRY NEWS pean Forum on Music will bring together musicians and music activists from across Europe to debate, network and share experiences. Topics explored in the sessions will include themes such as the role of music in cities, community and identity building, and the economic and social aspects of music. Registration open now: www.emc-imc.org/efm
to take part in this as well as in the Forum itself. There will be a range of guest speakers delivering workshops and presentations on the key challenges facing young people in the sector today. This is your chance to learn new skills, gain advice on ways forward in the sector and meet likeminded young people from across Europe. Themes covered in the workshops include: Fair internships and apprentiships Working in Europe and how to market yourself Lifelong learning – what ongoing training opportunities are there across Europe More information here.
Youth Day 18 April 2013 | Glasgow, Scotland, UK At The European Forum on Music The Youth Committee of the European Music Council will be hosting a Youth Day ahead of the European Forum on Music on 18 April 2013. The theme of this event will be: Bridging the gap from education and training to employment. The event is open to young people under the age of 30 working in all aspects of European music life from administration through to project management and performing. In particular, EMC members are encouraged to send young representatives under the age of 30
18 April 2013, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Bridging the gap from education and training to employment
International Fund For The Promotion Of Culture Call For Proposals 2013 The activities of the International Fund for the Promotion of Culture (IFPC) have been re-launched and the call for projects for 2013 is open. The Fund is open to: Public bodies with specific responsibility for the promotion of culture and artistic creation Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and non-profit private bodies whose objectives are in conformity with those of the Fund and whose activities contribute to the promotion of culture and artistic creation Individuals, particularly artists and creators Deadline for submissions: 2 May 2013 at midnight CET For further information, please visit www.unesco.org/culture/en/ifpc.
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RELATED INDUSTRY NEWS Loránd János
Your 2 Seconds Of Dance Filmmaker Mitchell Rose and choreographer Bebe Miller are creating a crowd-sourced dance-film entitled Globe Trot. They're looking for 100 filmmakers around the world to each shoot a non-dancer performing just two seconds of a two minute piece of choreography by Bebe. Most people can learn two seconds of even complicated dance steps. The filmmakers will send Mitchell their two second clip and he'll edit them all together into one seamless dance. Information is available here .
New Rachel Davies Film + Interactive Film-Based Theatre Piece Looking For Production Partners Rachel Davies Film Ltd is currently researching and developing a largescale new work comprising two related elements – a film (30-minute documentary-performance) and an interactive film-based theatre piece for whole family engagement. The work is entitled They Tuck You Up Your Mum and Dad, and will be made during 2014. Supporting its development are British Dance Edition and Arts Council England.Currently, Rachel Davies Film Ltd is seeking international production partners. Read more www.racheldavies.com
Catalan and Spanish dancers/choreographers Carme Martí and Elisa del Pozo team up once more with director Loránd János for Lynching, a danced homage to David Lynch’s red room. Lynching is a movement based intergenerational dialogue between two women: a mature and a young one, denouncing the fatality of the human being. Between young and old, time and space, light and shadow, birth and death, there is a constant metamorphosis of life. The director’s intention was to bring together two generations of strong dancers/choreographers, on one hand the young, restless energy of Elisa del Pozo, and on the other hand the mature professionalism of Carme Martí. This is director Loránd János´second common project with Elisa del Pozo, after creating EGO in 2011, where horror and dance genres where merged, and the third common project with Carme Martí (after TaBaLet, 2010 and Sueños (Dreams), 2012). Lynching, currently in postproduction, is an international co-production (with the participation of the Catalan Centre Cívic Barceloneta) and is produced by Ramón Oriola, David Canelo and Arnau Mas for Lorán Ipsum Films. Contact: Loránd JÁNOS email@example.com
NEW MEDIA MISCELLANEOUS: Our Special Pick Of The Music And Media News From Around The World This time taken from Music World News – brought to you by the International Music Council: Tweets, Streams, Phones Make Noise In The Music World How phones, social media and streaming have revolutionized music consumption USA Today Read more
The Classical Pianist With 55 Million YouTube Hits How do classical artists grab attention these days? Simple – or, actually, not so simple at all. NPR Read more This Is How Actual Consumers Actually Discover Music... A massive consumer research initiative happening at EMI shows that despite hundreds of digital discovery options music discovery is mostly happening on traditional radio, traditional TV, and through word-of-mouth. Digital Music News Read more Steve Jobs Was Wrong – Consumers Want To Rent Their Music, Not Own It Music consumption is stronger than ever and the bulk of it is in the form of streaming. Forbes Read more
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