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Wednesday, November 6
 

09:30

The Grand Opening - Welcome to Most Wanted Music 2019!
Welcome to Most Wanted Music 2019! Olaf "Gemse" Kretschmar, Managing Director and Chairman of the Board of the Berlin Music Commission and Jana Rahmlow, Head of Finance and Operations and Board member of the Berlin Music Commission, warmly invites all MW:M attendees to discover the overall vision for the conference, meet other attendees, and hear some great music.

Speakers
avatar for Jana Rahmlow

Jana Rahmlow

Head of Finance and Operations | Executive Board, Berlin Music Commission
Jana Rahmlow is Head of Finance & Operations and advisor of the Management Board at Berlin Music Commission. She is also responsible for member communications and supports BMC's projects in the fields of communication, administration and event. Jana is living in Berlin since the late... Read More →
avatar for Olaf Kretschmar

Olaf Kretschmar

Managing Director | Chairman of the Board, Berlin Music Commission

Artists
avatar for LiVKI

LiVKI

singer, bassist, songwriter ,producer, director,video-editor, LiVKI
Olivia Anna Livki (aka LiVKI) is a DIY-force of nature - a singer, bassist, songwriter and producer, director and video-editor who designs her own artworks and costumes. She also earned herself a legendary reputation as a live-performer – a postpunk-diva in feathers and Kill Bill-suit... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 09:30 - 10:00
1 LOFT

10:00

Opening Words from Christian Rickerts, state secretary for Energy and Digital Affairs
Speakers
avatar for Christian Rickerts

Christian Rickerts

Permanent secretary, Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises
Christian Rickerts is the state secretary for Energy and Digital Affairs in the Berlin Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises. He is a manager, business consultant and public servant, with a background in political science. He is co-founder of the Association... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 10:00 - 10:10
1 LOFT

10:10

Berlin, Music Tech Capital
Daniel Lieberberg, President of Sony Music Continental Europe calls Berlin, “the capital of the continental creative community.” This session will explore how Berlin's unique mix of tech innovation, horizon-reaching philosophy, and musical creativity will help create a record EUR 2.4 billion in revenue next year. And the city's rebel spirit is more important than ever - and this counter-culture will be put under the microscope, with exclusive insights on club culture, as well as putting Berlin in a contemporary international culture and business context.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Klaus Goldhammer

Dr. Klaus Goldhammer

Managing Director, Goldmedia GmbH Strategy Consulting
Prof. Dr. Klaus Goldhammer founded Goldmedia in 1998. He works as the Managing Director and Managing Partner of Goldmedia at the Berlin location. His focal points are in the areas of strategy and business development, market and competition analysis, forecasting, organization and... Read More →
avatar for Melanie Köppen

Melanie Köppen

Director of Product, IDAGIO GmbH
Melanie Koeppen is Director of Product at IDAGIO - the leading music streaming services specialised in classical music - where she leads the team of product managers, product designers and customer success managers. Melanie has worked in the music tech scene in Berlin for a decade... Read More →
avatar for Andreas Görgen

Andreas Görgen

Director-General for Culture and Communication, Federal Foreign Office
Dr Andreas Görgen has a doctorate in law. He has worked for the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media, in the Directorate-General for European Affairs of the Federal Chancellery and for former Federal Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier in his office. After working... Read More →
avatar for Steinunn Arnardottir

Steinunn Arnardottir

Senior Director of Engineering, Native Instruments GmbH
Steinunn Arnardóttir is Senior Director of Engineering at Native Instruments where she leads a team of 50+ people in Platform Services, Data and Web. Native Instruments is a leading manufacturer of software and complementary hardware for computer-based music production and DJing... Read More →




Wednesday November 6, 2019 10:10 - 10:55
1 LOFT

11:00

What is the Real Value of Music?
Hint: It's not captured in a 99 cent download or a fraction of a penny stream.

In this keenly-anticipated talk, Scott - a key innovator in the digital music business over several decades - updates our thinking on the tricky concept of "value" in a time when it has quickly changed out of all recognition.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
avatar for Scott Cohen

Scott Cohen

Chief Innovation Officer, Recorded Music, Warner Music Group
Scott Cohen is Chief Innovation Officer, Recorded Music, Warner Music Group. Scott works closely with Warner’s senior management team to help chart the long-term course of the company at the intersection of music, technology, and culture.A prominent public speaker and lecturer... Read More →




Wednesday November 6, 2019 11:00 - 11:20
1 LOFT

11:00

Experience a parallel universe of live music with VRJAM
VRJAM, the world's first live VR experience platform for mobile, offers a glimpse into the future of live music with a deeply immersive virtual reality music experience that you can try and test for yourself using Oculus Go hardware

you can experience this installation three times per hour

Wednesday November 6, 2019 11:00 - 17:00
7 CAGE

11:25

Make Me Sustainable! (But Where Do I Start?)
Viele Menschen in der Live-Musikindustrie haben den Wunsch, ihre Veranstaltungen nachhaltiger zu gestalten - aber wo beginnt man in einer komplexen Branche mit so vielen Variablen? Dieses Panel wird Ihre Praxis in der Musikindustrie verändern und Ihnen konkrete Schritte in Richtung der eigenen Nachhaltigkeit aufzeigen.


Speakers
avatar for Holger Jan Schmidt

Holger Jan Schmidt

YOUROPE (the European festival associaltion) & TAKE A STAND
Holger Jan Schmidt is one of Europe’s main networkers on festivals and sustainability. He is co-initiator and steering committee member of the pan-european think-tank GO Group (Green Operations Europe) and the anchorman for green issues of Yourope (the European Festival Association... Read More →
avatar for Jeannine Koch

Jeannine Koch

Director, re:publica
Jeannine Koch, a certified media consultant and Berlin native, started to deal with (digital) media and the music world at an early age.Since her teenage years, she has been working as presenter and music editor for various media undertakings. Also during her university years, English... Read More →
avatar for Rüdiger Kruse

Rüdiger Kruse

Member, German Bundestag | Budget Committee
Rüdiger Kruse represents the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) since 2009 in the Bundestag, the German federal parliament. Mr. Kruse is a member of the Budget Committee. He has served as his parliamentary group's rapporteur on the budgets of the Federal Chanceller; previously responsible... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 11:25 - 12:10
1 LOFT

11:30

Beyond the Dancefloor: the Wider Impact of Club Culture on Berlin - a Data-Driven Analysis
As the home of a diverse and extremely lively club culture, Berlin has a pioneering role to play in understanding the influence of club culture on a wider cultural, social and economic basis. This session explores the results of a comprehensive study undertaken by Berlin's Club Commission in cooperation with academic partners and will create a clearer, fuller evaluation of the importance of club culture for Berlin - in terms of both economic and cultural impact. The findings of this study will help strengthen Berlin as a location for clubs in the long term and create symbiotic benefits for other business sectors, as well as art, culture, and city society itself.

Speakers
avatar for Lukas Drevenstedt

Lukas Drevenstedt

General Manager, Clubcommission Berlin
Lukas Drevenstedt founded a DJ collective after graduating from high school in Berlin and began to tap into urban space through cultural events. He studied economics and social sciences in Berlin and Amsterdam before he began working as general manager of Clubcommission Berlin. He... Read More →




Wednesday November 6, 2019 11:30 - 12:00
2 KUPPEL

11:30

Connecting the Tools - How the Platforms You Already Use Will Share Their Data Better
Imagine a future where simply exchanging data across the European music industry is possible. The European music ecosystem is highly fragmented, diverse and complex, with lots of SME businesses. This fragmentation is not only on the creative side: different countries and different work areas - labels, distributors, publishers, promoters, venues etc. - all use highly specialised tools. It means that cross-sector, cross-border data sharing and analysis can be difficult and slow - and there’s a demand for an easy, immediate data flow, which would result in immediate gains in efficiency and understanding of the market.

This is a fascinating session for anyone who uses tools for CRM, accounting, repertoire- , file- or rights-management, sales and distribution, royalty processing, or promotion and impact analysis in the music industry. This talk will explain the "Connecting the Tools” project, which aims to improve the connection between the IT systems and services in your daily work processes - building a decentralised and flexible pool of specialised music business applications.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
avatar for Stephan Rombach

Stephan Rombach

CEO and Co-founder, details
Stephan Rombach is CEO and co-founder of details - the leading german cloud platform for label administration and royalty processing.Before that, he was working for and consulting various Independent Labels in Berlin for more than 10 years, such as !K7, City Slang, Morr Music, etc.Stephan... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 11:30 - 12:20
4 CALIFORNIA

11:30

Why Publishing Matters
In this group discussion, Mandy Aubry from Songtrust, the world's largest global royalty collection service and publishing administrator, will explain in everyday language the publishing essentials, the pros and cons of a traditional publisher versus a publishing administrator, and why it's never too soon to have your royalty administration covered.  

If you are confused about the complex world of music publishing and/or if you are bemused by the scope of choices out there and publishing decisions to be made, do come and join in on what is sure to be an enlightening, interesting and fun session!  Bring your questions with you and be prepared to ask away!   

"(There's) no such thing as a stupid question"

Speakers
avatar for Mandy Aubry

Mandy Aubry

Director, Global Business Development & Client Relations, Songtrust
Mandy leads Songtrust’s expansion in Europe. The technology driven music publishing administrator is a global software solution to music publishing, giving creators and businesses the control to take ownership of their publishing royalties. Mandy has over two decades of international... Read More →




Wednesday November 6, 2019 11:30 - 12:30
3 RESTAURANT

12:15

Copyright Law - aktuelle Perspektiven zur Umsetzung der EU Richtlinie
Im April diesen Jahres hat das EU Parlament über die Richtlinie zum Urheberrecht im digitalen Binnenmarkt positiv abgestimmt. Aktuell liegen zahlreiche Stellungnahmen der Kreativwirtschaft, von Datenschützer*innen und Verbänden vor. Diese Session gibt einen Überblick über den aktuellen Stand der Umsetzung der Direktive in nationales Recht und zeigt verschiedene Perspektiven zum Thema Copyright Law in Deutschland.

Speakers
avatar for Ingrid Adjoa Yeboah

Ingrid Adjoa Yeboah

Founder/ Lawyer, IY. Legal
Studied law in Hanover, Düsseldorf and New York. After graduating from law school in 2010 I chose a different path and started working as an artists and legal manager. There I was representing musicians, actors, and tv-hosts and tried to promote their career by developing marketing... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Florian Drücke

Dr. Florian Drücke

Chairman & CEO, Bundesverband Musikindustrie e.V.
Florian Drücke studied law in Berlin and Toulon and finished his law studies in France with the Maîtrise degree. In 2006 he started as Legal Counsel at Bundesverband Musikindustrie e.V. (BVMI – IFPI Germany), becoming Managing Director in 2010 and was voted into the position of... Read More →
avatar for Markus Beckedahl

Markus Beckedahl

founder and editor-in-chief, netzpolitik.org
Markus Beckedahl is founder and editor-in-chief of netzpolitik.org, one of the largest public-interest media in Germany. There he has been writing about politics in the digital society since 2002. He is co-founder of the re:publica conference, Europe's leading Internet conference... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 12:15 - 13:00
1 LOFT

12:15

Supportive Sustainability: Working Together For Good in the Cultural Sector
What are the steps you can take towards sustainable alternatives in the cultural sector? And what options are available? This session is a frank exchange of ideas, with input from across the sustainability sector exploring tools we can all use to create an urgent collective response to a collective problem: climate change.


Speakers
avatar for Konstanze Meyer

Konstanze Meyer

Project Manager, Clubtopia - BUND Berlin/clubliebe e.V.
With the project Clubtopia Konstanze aims to make Berlin’s nightlife more sustainable. Konstanze has a master’s degree in sustainable tourism and has been working in the tourism industry. For her master’s thesis she conducted a survey among Berlin club guests on their opinions... Read More →
avatar for Mauricio Lizarazo Prada

Mauricio Lizarazo Prada

Founder / Producer, Pachamama Culture
Mauricio is an intercultural music producer, entrepreneur and social activist who has dedicated many years of his life working within the music industry and social responsibility initiatives. Born in Bogota, organizing since high-school music festivals and concerts. Today he is the... Read More →
avatar for Holger Jan Schmidt

Holger Jan Schmidt

YOUROPE (the European festival associaltion) & TAKE A STAND
Holger Jan Schmidt is one of Europe’s main networkers on festivals and sustainability. He is co-initiator and steering committee member of the pan-european think-tank GO Group (Green Operations Europe) and the anchorman for green issues of Yourope (the European Festival Association... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 12:15 - 13:15
2 KUPPEL

12:30

Maximise Your Digital Marketing: How to Set Up a Great Campaign on Facebook and Instagram
A great digital marketing campaign has three main elements: Strategy, Content and Performance. This info-packed session will focus on the latter, and help you get the most out of your online marketing budget. Anna will deliver a step-by-step guide to campaign creation with Facebook Ads Manager, and share an example performance report that reveals the most important KPIs of a digital marketing campaign.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
avatar for Anna Zant

Anna Zant

Performance Marketing Manager, Stagelink GmbH
Anna Zant has recently graduated among the top 5% in Business Economics at Humboldt University in Berlin. At Stagelink she is responsable for the digital marketing campaigns on Google, Facebook & Instagram. When it comes to campaign creation & performance, overseeing KPIs and optimizing... Read More →




Wednesday November 6, 2019 12:30 - 13:00
4 CALIFORNIA

13:00

Lunch Buddies
Going to MW:M but don't know that many people? Here's an excellent opportunity to meet new people, get new connections, while enjoying lunch at the same time! By clicking this link we will set you up with a "buddy" for your lunch. Only 30 slots available, so don't miss out!

Wednesday November 6, 2019 13:00 - 14:00
6 GALERIE

14:00

Sustainability Across Borders - Let's Join Forces Now!
Sustainability requires collaboration and coordination to work - and this is an international, but fragmented, industry. So how do you truly make sustainability happen in the music industry? In this workshop, Didier Zerath and Lionel Chassaing explain how we can work together and learn from one another across borders - as well as identify solutions which might already be in place, and take them to the next level.


You’ll work in groups focusing on different sustainability issues in the music industry, and explore how important areas like management, live music, and festivals can help achieve sustainable development goals in the music industry. It’s an essential learning session for anyone who believes in sustainability and wants to get things done!

Moderators
avatar for Lionel	Chassaing

Lionel Chassaing

Manager/member of the board, AMA -Alliance des Managers d'Artistes
avatar for Didier Zerath

Didier Zerath

President, AMA France


Wednesday November 6, 2019 14:00 - 14:45
2 KUPPEL

14:00

Metadata & Money-flow Workshop - Make Sure You're Paid For Your Music!
There's so much to do as a musician: and every step takes so much work that it's often easy to miss some big stuff - like making sure you get paid! Yet many successful rights holders are not getting paid what they're due, and the reasons are often linked to the metadata that accompanies a recording. This workshop is for anyone who should make money from recordings, and you don't need to know how music rights work to take part: indie artists, managers, labels, publishers and rights administrators will all benefit.

Simon’s experience is in managing and claiming author rights, and Thomas’ experience is in master rights and music recognition technologies. Together, they'll give a complete overview of the subject, in an interactive, entertaining session which shows how metadata and royalties both “travel” throughout the music value chain, from the starting point of a new song being written, live in the session. You'll take away insights on best industry practices to ensure a correct royalties flow, all the ways rights are used, and will be able to ask any questions you have.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Moderators
avatar for Simon de Koning

Simon de Koning

co-founder / CEO, Eleven Technology
avatar for Thomas Philips

Thomas Philips

Head of Sales & Product, Himeta Technologies
Thomas is a music passionate since as long as he can remember. After several professional experiences as a Business Developer in different sectors (FMCG, Real Estate, Marketing Softwares, etc.) he finally entered the music industry through the interesting yet complex world of Neighbouring... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 14:00 - 14:50
3 RESTAURANT

14:00

Imperiengeschäft oder kulturelle Vielfalt - Die Realität des Konzertgeschäfts
Das Konzertgeschäft im Jahr 2019 wird von drei multinationalen Konzernen und Private Equity dominiert. Wie können unabhängige Agenturen, Promotoren, Clubs, Kulturzentren und Musiker widerstehen und ihren eigenen Weg finden? Und wie kann die Gesellschaft die kulturelle Vielfalt bewahren?

Speakers
avatar for Berthold Seliger

Berthold Seliger

Owner, Berthold Seliger
Berthold Seliger is a publicist and has been a concert agent and tour organiser for more than 31 years. His latest book publications include “Das Geschäft mit der Musik” (2013; currently in its 7th edition), “Klassikkampf” (2017; currently in its 2nd edition) and “Vom Imperiengeschäft... Read More →


Wednesday November 6, 2019 14:00 - 14:55
1 LOFT

14:00

Meet the Expert! Music Ambassadors - We're your music industry
An outward-looking approach is more important than ever, but reaching out to other cities is no easy feat. The Berlin Music Commission's Music Ambassadors are here to help: their aim is to strengthen the connection and interaction between Berlin's small and medium-sized music companies, and other cities - nationally and internationally. This session has an expert line-up of current participants in the Music Ambassador program, and you can ask them specific questions about their advice, experience, and results from their mission to represent Berlin in different international markets. Each Ambassador has a limited number of 10 min slots and you can pre-book an appointment via the MW:M19 App - book now to avoid missing out!

Speakers
avatar for Julia Krüger

Julia Krüger

Project Manager Creative Industries, Berlin Partner für Wirtschaft und Technologie GmbH
Julias job working in the creative industry dept. of Berlins economic developemnt agency Berlin Partner is to support companies starting or reloacting to Berlin by providing expertise on location, network, public funding and R&D related services. She also backs up Berlins Music Tech... Read More →
avatar for Ludwig Graf Westarp

Ludwig Graf Westarp

Founder & Owner, SKARO RECORDS
17 years track record in general management and developing strategic business initiatives. AI and smart building solutions expert. Leadership experience for up to 2,000 employees. Highly experienced Music-, Event-, Integrated Facilities- and Property Manager with intercultural knowledge... Read More →
avatar for Janos Gülker

Janos Gülker

Founder / Booking Agent, pøj pøj
Roman - Janos Ernest Fridtjof Benedikt Gülker is CoFounder of pøj pøj, a Berlin based Booking Agency. pøj pøj is taking care of the bookings for e.g. Khruangbin, Klaus Johann Grobe, YĪN YĪN, Sea Moya & many more Artists. Beside working with pøj pøj, Roman - Janos is also... Read More →
avatar for Adam Langer

Adam Langer

Chief Curator, Agency &
Adam Langer is a Berlin-based curator whose practice focuses on advancing our knowledge on transcultural understanding by linking mixed-media creatives from various cultural and technical backgrounds to create lasting, transgressive objects. Owing to his longterm residence in South... Read More →
avatar for Nhoah Hoena

Nhoah Hoena

CEO, R.O.T RESPECT OR TOLERATE
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nhoah   R.O.T respectortolerate artistkollektiv ( production, management, publishing )The artist collective R.O.T (respect ot tolerate) was founded in 1998. Co-founder and CEO Nhoah Hoena has been producing electronic music since the eighties. Already... Read More →
avatar for Jamila Al-Yousef

Jamila Al-Yousef

Singer, Festival Curator & Cultural Scientist/Activist, Jamila & The Other Heroes
Jamila Al-Yousef (29) is a singer, festival curator, and cultural scientist/activist from Berlin. Inspired by her Palestinian father who came to Germany as a refugee, she early started creating transcultural projects to share diverse perspectives on the Middle East, North Africa and... Read More →
avatar for Rainer Scheerer

Rainer Scheerer

CEO / Owner, SPRINGSTOFF
Rainer Scheerer is the founder and owner of SPRINGSTOFF - empowering music, which is a queer-feminist Artist Management, Label and Music Publishing company from Berlin. He is coming from a classical music background as an opera singer with an international career. Rainer is a member... Read More →
avatar for Marit Posch

Marit Posch

Artist & Label & Project Manager, Monkeytown Records / Catnapp / NORIENT
Having a law degree and a performance diploma opera/voice in her pockets, Marit started out working as Head of PR at the Berlin label BPitch Control, worked as a booking agent at Magnet Musik and also started to help Modeselektor with managing their career.In 2009, she set up Modeselektor’s... Read More →
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Ralf Kollmann

Director, mobilee / I-Am-Mgmt
Ralf Kollmann formed mobilee in partnership with Anja Schneider, and what began as a side project quickly expanded into a fully-fledged career as mobilee blossomed from a small, homegrown label into a full-on music and entertainment enterprise. mobilee is committed to facing the realities... Read More →
avatar for Corinna C. Poeszus

Corinna C. Poeszus

Media Consultant & CMO & Head of Licensing, Mediaconsulting4u & UBM Records GmbH
Corinna C. Poeszus is a senior business executive with over 30 years experience in the music, digital media, film-/tv-productions, advertising and tv entertainment industries driven by the power of passion and an open mind to think outside the boxIn her previous current role as a... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 14:00 - 15:00
4 CALIFORNIA

14:30

Travel Beyond Your Destination - An Inner & Outer Journey Through The World Of Electronic Music
Join us on a mindfulness discussion and wellbeing practice in electronic music. Discover three destinations where electronic music can be experienced as a spiritual journey. Then be guided through a wellbeing practice teaching you to connect to your heart, tap into your intuition, and access your creative expression.


Speakers
avatar for Sabine Spethling

Sabine Spethling

Founder, tunes&wings
With her online magazine tunes&wings, Sabine Spethling has been taking a look behind the touristic backdrops of a country since 2016 and immersing herself in local techno subcultures. The online magazine connects techno-lovers worldwide and offers exciting reports, artist interviews... Read More →
avatar for Cari Merriam

Cari Merriam

Spiritual Teacher, Healer, + Wellbeing Strategist, Cari Merriam
Cari Merriam is a yogini on a mission to empower, inspire, and accelerate spiritual growth. She is an international speaker, yoga & meditation teacher, breathwork healer, and wellbeing strategist with over 10 years and 10,000+ hours of facilitation and training in the spiritual space... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 14:30 - 15:30
5 STUDIO

15:00

The Power of Independence – the Importance of Balanced Power Distribution in the Music Industry
There's only one Google, one Facebook and one Amazon. So is the same thing happening in the music industry - are the big players, like Live Nation, gradually taking over? Does this neo-liberalist approach (as described by Berthold Seliger) create less room for independent venues and festivals to survive? We'll talk to independent venues and festivals on the importance of keeping it unique, independent and local - and how that contributes to the live market. This session will also touch upon questions like; what will happen to the smaller festivals? How can you make it without having the power of the big players? Why is it important to be independent - and what is the potential and power of that approach? And how do we ensure a healthy distribution of influence in the face of such enormous power?

Moderators
avatar for Luciano Hoch

Luciano Hoch

Booking agent, Handshake Booking

Speakers
avatar for Guro Furunes Pettersen

Guro Furunes Pettersen

Volunteer- and festival coordinator, Oslo World
Guro is the volunteer- and festival coordinator for Oslo World, a world music festival in Oslo. She has a background from working with communication, programming, production, volunteers and so on for several independent festivals in Norway. As well as the songwriting contest Etter... Read More →
avatar for Stefan Reichmann

Stefan Reichmann

Artistic Director & CEO, Haldern Pop
Stefan Reichmann is a founding member and musical director of the Haldern Pop Festival. Haldern Pop also encompasses a label, a bar and a "day off" hotel for artists stranded betwen Paris and Berlin or Amsterdam and Cologne. We organize things in a dimension which corresponds to the... Read More →
avatar for Ania Pilipenko

Ania Pilipenko

Co-founder, Holzmarkt
co-founder of the Holzmarkt project. Since 2013 she has been the chairman of the Cooperative for Urban Creativity, which involves investors and philanthropists in the development and construction of the Holzmarkt village in Berlin. She is co-initiator of re:kreators, the European... Read More →
avatar for Geoffrey Vasseur

Geoffrey Vasseur

Managing Director, YAAM
Geoffrey Vasseur moved from France to Berlin in the late 90's. While studying political sciences he was active as a touring and recording musician and involved in the creation of ORWOhaus, which he managed from 2008 till 2014. He joined Initiative Musik in 2015 as project manager... Read More →


Wednesday November 6, 2019 15:00 - 15:50
2 KUPPEL

15:00

Support at the Start: What Help Is Available For New Music Businesses in Berlin?
Starting new creative companies is hard, and so it's important to try and get support in the form of collaborations, connections and - yes - cash. But where do you start? This session is essential for anyone who wants to discover the support available, and explores funding possibilities for companies and creatives - with expert advice from Sparkasse, a new music-tech startup accelerator programme from The Venue Berlin and the possibilities of support for businesses in (or coming to) Berlin from Berlin Partner as well as the new program AGORA which aims to match corporates with startups, presented by Helen Meyer.

Speakers
avatar for Julia Krüger

Julia Krüger

Project Manager Creative Industries, Berlin Partner für Wirtschaft und Technologie GmbH
Julias job working in the creative industry dept. of Berlins economic developemnt agency Berlin Partner is to support companies starting or reloacting to Berlin by providing expertise on location, network, public funding and R&D related services. She also backs up Berlins Music Tech... Read More →
avatar for Oleksandra Ambach

Oleksandra Ambach

Relationship Manager for Start-ups, Landesbank Berlin AG / Berliner Sparkasse
2 Master of Science  Degrees (IBA and International Economics),  Banker for Start-ups with fokus on digital innovative business models (financing and business accounts)
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Helen Meyer

Project Lead, The Venue Berlin
Helen Meyer will present the new program AGORA which aims to match corporates with startups from the music and audio tech industry. Helen Meyer is project lead at The Venue Berlin. She studied music business in the UK and Germany, and her professional background combines the traditional... Read More →
avatar for Ina Keßler

Ina Keßler

Managing Director, Initiative Musik gGmbH
Ina acts as managing director of Initiative Musik gGmbH since February 2008 Germany’s public office for the funding and promoting of music export, artists, the music industry and live venues. From 2000 to 2008, she worked worldwide for Berlin’s federal business development agency... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 15:00 - 15:50
3 RESTAURANT

15:00

Music Changemakers - embracing diversity
Change is happening in the music industry. It's driven by a group of determined individuals who have faced inequality head-on, and created initiatives that create real action. This session give an overview of the variety of diversity changes that the industry is seeking, and shows what can be done through organisation and togetherness. And if the session inspires you to start making your own changes, you can learn directly from two of Germany's changemakers, who will talk about their own initiatives and the difference they made. Lina Burghausen has won awards for her work supporting female artists in the field of hip hop and urban music, and Lana Wittig, who leads "Hey Ladies!", the largest German women's music industry network and is part of EDITION F, which supports women through personal and professional development.

Speakers
avatar for Lana Wittig

Lana Wittig

Head of Partnerships, EDITION F
Lana Wittig started her career in the music industry and has been responsible for artist management and music marketing at Motor Entertainment, LaserLaser and Chimperator since 2006.Since 2016 she has been part of the team at EDITION F, a digital platform for women based on three... Read More →
avatar for Lina Burghausen

Lina Burghausen

Musik-Promoter, Mona Lina
Since 2014 Lina Burghausen supports artists with her Leipzig based agency Mona Lina (www.mona-lina.de) in the fields promotion and consulting. With a focus on hip hop and urban music, she mainly works with independent artists and labels. Her main goal is to pave the way for female... Read More →
avatar for Cyrielle Tamby

Cyrielle Tamby

Researcher, Euroa-Universität Viadrina
Cyrielle Tamby was born and raised in Paris. She is a researcher, dancer and member of the Berliner dance crew Primetime Dimension with swaggi maggi. She is currently completing her master’s degree in Sociocultural Studies in Berlin (Europa-Universität Viadrina) and was previously... Read More →
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Chiara Nacchia

Production & Communication, TopUp Production
Born and raised in Italy, Chiara moved to Berlin in 2011 after completing her studies in political science. While working in different roles, Chiara has continued to deepen her love for Jamaican music and culture. Since 2014 she has been working as press assistant for the European... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 15:00 - 15:55
1 LOFT

15:10

Ask me anything with Scott Cohen
Ever heard an inspiring talk from a key speaker at a conference and wanted to ask them that one burning question afterwards? Well, in this moderated Q&A session, you can do just that - and Scott, Chief Innovation Officer of Warner Music Group - will answer as many as he can.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
avatar for Scott Cohen

Scott Cohen

Chief Innovation Officer, Recorded Music, Warner Music Group
Scott Cohen is Chief Innovation Officer, Recorded Music, Warner Music Group. Scott works closely with Warner’s senior management team to help chart the long-term course of the company at the intersection of music, technology, and culture.A prominent public speaker and lecturer... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 15:10 - 15:40
4 CALIFORNIA

16:00

Ask me anything with Berthold Seliger
Ever heard an inspiring talk from a key speaker at a conference and wanted to ask them that one burning question afterwards? Well, in this moderated Q&A session, you can do just that - and Berthold, publicist, concert agent and tour organiser - will answer as many as he can.

Speakers
avatar for Berthold Seliger

Berthold Seliger

Owner, Berthold Seliger
Berthold Seliger is a publicist and has been a concert agent and tour organiser for more than 31 years. His latest book publications include “Das Geschäft mit der Musik” (2013; currently in its 7th edition), “Klassikkampf” (2017; currently in its 2nd edition) and “Vom Imperiengeschäft... Read More →


Wednesday November 6, 2019 16:00 - 16:20
3 RESTAURANT

16:00

Keep Creative, Stay Independent - and Make Money: Turning a Fanbase Into a Membership
In order to make money as a creator, you have to be an entrepreneur and be aware of what tools are available to you to make it happen. One of the best ways to make money consistently as a creator is through membership. Membership allows creators to turn a community of their most passionate fans into paying subscribers in exchange for additional access, exclusivity, and engaging experiences; and it provides the creator with a consistent revenue stream and creative independence.  

In this keynote talk, Wyatt Jenkins, SVP of Product at Patreon will share stories of musicians and creators who have successfully monetized their fanbase, allowing them to maintain creative independence.

Speakers
avatar for Wyatt Jenkins

Wyatt Jenkins

SVP Product, Patreon
As Patreon’s SVP of Product, Wyatt Jenkins is in charge of developing a world-class business platform that will fund the creative community by delivering a steady, recurring income. He oversees the end to end product experience starting with how creators set up their membership... Read More →




Wednesday November 6, 2019 16:00 - 16:25
1 LOFT

16:00

Mit Daten Events ausverkaufen? - Ein Erfahrungsbericht
Ein Jahr nachdem die Europäische Booking-Community gigmit mit dem Projekt Live Music Accelerator Berlin (LMAB) startete, um kleinen Berliner Veranstaltern und Künstlern im Digitalmarketing zu unterstützen, schauen wir in diesem Panel auf die Ergebnisse und Erfahrungen. Welches Setup braucht es, damit sich Events ausverkaufen? Was hat geklappt und was sollte man lassen? Welche Aspekte und Stakeholder spielen eine Rolle und sind Daten eigentlich King? Im Panel sprechen Stakeholder des Projekts und Teilnehmerinnen und lassen dich an ihren Erfahrungen aus über 130 Events teilhaben.

Alle TeilnehmerInnen des Panels laden wir im Anschluss auf Freigetränke zur Reception im Foyer der Alten Münze ein. gigmit und die Musikerversicherung I’M Sound geben Einen aus!

Initiator der Förderinitiative ist gigmit, der Hauptsponsor ist Ticketmaster.

Das Projekt wird ferner freundlich unterstützt von Shure, fritz-kola, FluxFM, Clubcommission Berlin, Berlin Music Commission, nhow Berlin, Kreativwirtschaftsberatung Berlin und Berlin Sessions. LMAB wird kofinanziert aus den Mitteln der Europäischen Union (Europäischer Fonds für regionale Entwicklung) im Programm “Innovationspotenzial der Kultur stärken” (INP II) der Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa.

Moderators
avatar for Steffen Rudnik

Steffen Rudnik

Head of Content, Live Music Accelerator Berlin / gigmit

Speakers
avatar for Stefan Schumacher

Stefan Schumacher

Booking Agent/ Manager, Allrooms Agency
In 2016, Allrooms Agency was founded in Berlin. Mainly it's a GSA booking agency for indie, folk and pop artists from all over Europe. We're also a local promoter for our own artists but also for artists from other agencies and promote a festival once a year, the ALL ROOMS Festival... Read More →
avatar for Marcus Fitzgerald

Marcus Fitzgerald

CEO, gigmit
Marcus Fitzgerald has, since 2001, developed his career as a concert and festival promoter and a consultant and manager for musicians. He is connected with a wide range of bands and DJs and with international agencies and promoters. With that knowledge and his experience, he founded... Read More →
avatar for Miriam Schlüter

Miriam Schlüter

Director Marketing, Ticketmaster GmbH
Miriam Schlüter studied musicology and media science in Marburg and played as a drummer in various bands and orchestras. She came to Berlin in 2007 to enter the professional digital music world through Universal Music and Fox Interactive Media (Myspace). She has been working for... Read More →




Wednesday November 6, 2019 16:00 - 16:45
2 KUPPEL

16:00

#Zukunftsmusik - Salon 2019 (closed)
Du liebst Musik und willst die Welt verändern? #Zukunftsmusik definiert durch Dich die Musik-Themen der Zukunft.

12 junge Kreative mit dem Anspruch, Musik zum Beruf zu machen, treffen 1:1 auf 12 erfahrene Musiker und Profis. In exklusiven Speed-Datings werden Themen und Ideen zu Tage gefördert.

Anschließend werden diese Inhalte in einer offenen Debatte mit weiteren jungen und erfahrenen Musik-Kreativen diskutiert und präzisiert. Die finale Abstimmung bestimmt dann die Themen der #Zukunftsmusik2020

Salon Zukunftsmusik am Mittwoch, den 6. November von 16-18 Uhr im Raum "California" der Alten Münze (Nähe Alexanderplatz) als Teil der wichtigsten Musik-Konferenz Deutschlands, der Most Wanted: Music 2019.

Es sind zwei Arten der Teilnahme möglich:
Wenn Ihr am 1:1 Speed-Dating um 16 Uhr teilnehmen wollt (Ihr könnt zwei Freunde mitbringen), schreibt bitte bis zum 30. Oktober 2019 eine E-Mail an zukunftsmusik@mwm-berlin.de mit ein-zwei Sätzen zu Eurem Musik-Thema der Zukunft.
Alle anderen Interessierten sind herzlich eingeladen, um 17 Uhr zur Debatte zu kommen und sich lauthals einzubringen!

Übersicht über alle Expert*innen:
Cara Muru - Music Producer - www.labyle.com
Christoph Titz - Trumpet, Composer - www.christophtitz.de
DJ Freshfluke - HipHop DJ - www.freshfluke.de
Henrike Ott - Graphic Design - www.design-ott.de
Jamal Kamano - HipHop Artist - www.kontasound.de
Linde Berndt - Azubi Kulturkaufhaus Dussmann - www.facebook.com/linde.berndt
Mauricio Lizarazo Prada - Nachhaltiger Tourleiter und Konzertveranstalter - www.pachamamaculture.com
Reka Zalan - Veranstaltungskoordinatorin, Programmkuratorin, DJ - www.facebook.com/rekanorazalan
Sera Kalo - Lyrics, Vocals - www.seraleez.com
Stephanie von Beauvais - Musicvideos, Director - www.vonbeauvais.com
Vlatka Alec - Schauspielerin, Sprecherin - www.luisaheldmanagement.com/vlatka-alec
Yusuf Sahili - Singer, Songwriter - www.yusufsahilli.de

Moderators
avatar for Christian Ogrinz

Christian Ogrinz

Pop Native, Zukunftsmusik / Sound Dogma Berlin
avatar for Frank Sonder

Frank Sonder

Brain, 7R3NK
As an experienced entrepreneur, speaker, and business consultant, Frank focuses on human-computer interaction and the impact of digitalization on our society. He was founder, CEO and creative mind of foresee, a company developing interactive solutions at the intersection of humans... Read More →


Wednesday November 6, 2019 16:00 - 17:00
4 CALIFORNIA

16:30

Muse, Not Musician - AI's Role in the Future of Music Creativity
Mark d’Inverno, Professor of Computer Science at Goldsmiths, University of London will argue that designing Music AI systems to be "autonomously creative" is not the right approach, and instead, we should be thinking of AI as something that supports, enhances and stimulates human creativity. Mark, who is also a jazz pianist, draws on history, psychology, education and philosophy to understand what we mean when we talk about creativity - and explores how our understanding of  "creativity" has profound ramifications on how we envisage AI's role in society - and in music. He'll also use new AI music systems to demonstrate how the creative experience of human musicians and audiences should be the starting point when designing Music AI.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
avatar for Mark d'Inverno

Mark d'Inverno

Professor of Computer Science and Pro-Warden International, Goldsmiths, University of London
Mark d’Inverno is Professor of Computer Science and Pro-Warden (International)  at  Goldsmiths, University of London. He was previously Pro-Warden (Research and Enterprise) from 2013 to 2016 and before that Head of the Department of Computing from 2007 to 2011.He has an MA in... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 16:30 - 17:00
1 LOFT

16:30

Music Changemakers - the Initiatives
Diversity and gender equality is finally being discussed in the music industry, but is actual change happening - and is it fast enough? We've pulled together the people making a difference through various initiatives aimed at creating a better gender space, and building foundations for young professionals to succeed and grow in a fair environment. They'll be answering the tough questions, discussing the results of their work - and asking, "Are we there yet?"

Speakers
avatar for Yvonne Meyer

Yvonne Meyer

Projectmanager, Helvetiarockt on Tour
Yvonne Meyer has been project manager at Helvetiarockt – the coordination and networking centre for female musicians* in jazz, pop and rock – since 2016. She has been co-managing director of the concert organiser bee-flat in the PROGR in Bern for many years. Previously she studied... Read More →
avatar for Andrea Rothaug

Andrea Rothaug

Director / Founder / President, RockCity Hamburg e.V. / Music Women Germany / BVPop
Managing Director of RockCity Hamburg e.V., President of the German Association of Popular Music and Pop Culture, Founder of Music Women Germany, Initiator of Hanseplatte – Musik von hier, Clubkombinat Hamburg e.V. She is a certified artists & business coach,  music consultant... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Schild

Jennifer Schild

Project Manager, Berlin Music Commission / musicBwomen
Jennifer Schild has been involved in the music business scene for over a decade. She gained a wide range of industry experience besides a deep knowledge of the industry and its developments. As a typical career changer Schild joined Motor Music in 2010, where she worked in the areas... Read More →
avatar for Desiree Vach

Desiree Vach

Founder / Co-Founder/Manager GSA, Snowhite / Music Industry Women/INgrooves
Originally from the Rhineland Désirée J. Vach worked for the Berlin-based independent label Kitty-Yo (Peaches, Gonzales etc) which Vach left in 2006 to take over the management of the independent label Weekender Records Germany. In early 2009 Vach quit at Weekender Records Germany... Read More →
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Charlotte Decroix

MEWEM Mentorship Program Coordinator, FELIN
Graduate of a master of communication and media at the French Press Institute in Paris, Charlotte Decroix began her professional life in an event agency - La Lune Rousse. This experience allowed her to learn about production and project management, and to collaborate with many artists... Read More →
avatar for Claudia Niemann

Claudia Niemann

Project Manager, sparkx and shift|F | National Training
Claudia Niemann, Project Manager sparkx and shift|F | National Training | Erich PommerInstitut gGmbH Potsdam-BabelsbergClaudia Niemann joined the team of the Erich Pommer Institut in 2015. She works asProject Manager for the female leadership programs sparkx and shift|F – innovation... Read More →
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Melissa Perales

Curator / Consultant / Promoter / Co-founder, Music Pool Berlin / Torstrassenfestival/ NOW-Night School
Melissa Perales moved from Chicago to Berlin in the 90s. Since then she has organized an international film festival (Circles of Confusion WWFVF), owned her own restaurant (UCF), and began booking and promoting live shows and film screenings since 2004 under the moniker M:Soundtrack... Read More →
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Lindi Delight

Founder / Managing Director, De Light Management
Lindi Delight has been involved in the global electronic dance music scene for over a decade. At the end of 2016, Lindi launched her management agency, De Light Management, to focus on artist, brand and showcase management. The agency represents top brands Life and Death, Rekids... Read More →




Wednesday November 6, 2019 16:30 - 17:55
3 RESTAURANT

17:00

#Zukunftsmusik – Kreative junge Menschen treffen auf erfahrene Macher
Du liebst Musik und willst die Welt verändern? #Zukunftsmusik definiert durch Dich die Musik-Themen der Zukunft.

12 junge Kreative mit dem Anspruch, Musik zum Beruf zu machen, treffen 1:1 auf 12 erfahrene Musiker und Profis. In exklusiven Speed-Datings werden Themen und Ideen zu Tage gefördert.
Anschließend werden diese Inhalte in einer offenen Debatte mit weiteren jungen und erfahrenen Musik-Kreativen diskutiert und präzisiert. Die finale Abstimmung bestimmt dann die Themen der #Zukunftsmusik2020

Salon Zukunftsmusik am Mittwoch, den 6. November von 16-18 Uhr im Raum "California" der Alten Münze (Nähe Alexanderplatz) als Teil der wichtigsten Musik-Konferenz Deutschlands, der Most Wanted: Music 2019.

Es sind zwei Arten der Teilnahme möglich:
Wenn Ihr am 1:1 Speed-Dating um 16 Uhr teilnehmen wollt (Ihr könnt zwei Freunde mitbringen), schreibt bitte bis zum 30. Oktober 2019 eine E-Mail an zukunftsmusik@mwm-berlin.de mit ein-zwei Sätzen zu Eurem Musik-Thema der Zukunft.
Alle anderen Interessierten sind herzlich eingeladen, um 17 Uhr zur Debatte zu kommen und sich lauthals einzubringen!


Speakers
avatar for Frank Sonder

Frank Sonder

Brain, 7R3NK
As an experienced entrepreneur, speaker, and business consultant, Frank focuses on human-computer interaction and the impact of digitalization on our society. He was founder, CEO and creative mind of foresee, a company developing interactive solutions at the intersection of humans... Read More →
avatar for Christian Ogrinz

Christian Ogrinz

Pop Native, Zukunftsmusik / Sound Dogma Berlin



Wednesday November 6, 2019 17:00 - 18:00
4 CALIFORNIA

17:00

Reception 'Gigmit' (all welcome)
Wednesday November 6, 2019 17:00 - 18:00
6 GALERIE

17:00

Steps Ahead
Den eigenen Song im Radio hören, einen Plattenvertrag abstauben oder den nächsten Werbehit abliefern? Bei der „Steps Ahead“ Session kann dieser Traum ganz schnell Wirklichkeit werden. Junge Musiker*innen haben die Chance, ihre Musik Entscheider*innen aus Industrie und Medien zu präsentieren – und diese geben direkt Feedback.
Du willst dabei sein? Dann bewirb dich um eine Teilnahme und schicke einen Song im MP3-Format nebst Begleitinformationen (Bandname bzw. Künstlername, Titel des Songs, Social-Media-Adressen, Kurzbeschreibung des Projekts – max. 500 Zeichen, Kontakt) an stepsahead@hdpk.de.

Moderators
avatar for Tim Thaler

Tim Thaler

Lecturer, Hochschule der populären Künste

Speakers
avatar for Jovanka v. Wilsdorf

Jovanka v. Wilsdorf

songwriter, BMG Rights Management
Jovanka v. Wilsdorf is artist profiler, songwriter @ BMG Rights Management and speaker on Artificial Intelligence and Creative Writing. With her band QUARKS she toured Europe and released 5 albums on Sony Music and Monika Enterprise. As Artist Coach Jovanka works together with the... Read More →
avatar for Robert Hoare

Robert Hoare

musician and lyricist, Robert Hoare
Robert Hoare is a graduate musician and lyricist (BFA Honours Music) from York University in Toronto. Over the last 20 years, he has collaborated on over 45 albums as a lyricist and lyric translator (Ger-Eng) together with artists such as Rammstein, Rosenstolz, Elen, Sebastian Studnitzky... Read More →
avatar for Bruno Dietel

Bruno Dietel

Radio Host / Music Editor, Radio Fritz (rbb)
Speaking about music - and listening to sounds, which deserve a wider platform on the public radio. Bruno Dietel works for Berlin's public youth station "Radio Fritz" (rbb) for 7 years, hosting his own bi-weekly "Nightflight" night show for electronic music. He's also host of the... Read More →
avatar for Matthias Noelte

Matthias Noelte

Head of Booking / Senior Music Editor, RTL Radio Group
Matthias has  worked for more than 17 years as senior music editor for some programs of the RTL Radio FamilyDuring this time he was also responsible for the booking for several radio stations of the RTL Radio Group - especially for the event series Stars for Free
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Donata Kramarz

Lead singer / Head of label, NOSOYO / Kindness Records
Donata Kramarz is a songwriter, producer, performer and now also a label owner with body and soul. Her musical life takes place between Berlin and Amsterdam, and she has clearly focused on her heart's project NOSOYO: An alternative pop duo with catchy songs and an activist attitude... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 17:00 - 18:30
2 KUPPEL

17:30

Musik und Stadt - Populäre Musik in Berlin (Jour Fixe des Landesmusikrats Berlin)
Wo ist die Populäre Musik in Berlin? Die Frage scheint auf den ersten Blick einfach zu beantworten: in Konzerthallen, in Tonstudios, im Radio. An Musikschulen und Amateurmusiker*innen denkt da zunächst kaum jemand. Kein Wunder, wird doch der Bildungswert populärer Musik mit Verweis auf die Hochkultur oft unterschlagen. Der Jour Fixe möchte die verschiedenen Wirkungsebenen populärer Musik in der Stadt sichtbar machen und die Akteur*innen in den Austausch miteinander bringen. Brennende Fragen stellen, Standpunkte klären, neue Wege aufzeigen: das neue Diskussionsforum Jour fixe „Musik und Stadt“ des Landesmusikrats Berlin hebt aktuelle Themen zum Musikleben in Berlin in die öffentliche Debatte. Es bringt Fachleute und Publikum, Musiker*innen und Politiker*innen zusammen. Wir freuen uns, die dritte Ausgabe „Populäre Musik in Berlin“ auf der MW:M zu Gast zu haben.

Im Anschluss an die Diskussion wird es ab 19 Uhr einen Empfang mit musikalischem Bühnenprogramm geben. Künstler*innen: Jessica Howard, Livia

Moderators
avatar for Olaf Kretschmar

Olaf Kretschmar

Managing Director | Chairman of the Board, Berlin Music Commission

Speakers
avatar for Robert Lingnau

Robert Lingnau

Academic Director, Berlin School of Popular Arts (formerly SRH Hochschule der populären Künste, hdpk)
Arranger, composer, bass player and bandleader; worked with a wide variety of ensembles, institutions, and broadcasters. Author and presenter of about 100 public radio broadcasts. 2010 appointed as professor at SRH Berlin University | Berlin School of Popular Arts (formerly hdpk... Read More →
BS

Beate Stoffers

Staatssekretärin, Senatsverwaltung für Bildung, Jugend und Familie
Staatssekretärin für Bildung Beruflicher Werdegang    2011 – 2019    Pressesprecherin für Bildung, Senatsverwaltung für Bildung, Jugend und Familie    (bis 2016 : Bildung, Jugend und Wissenschaft)    seit 2017 stellvertretende Leiterin des Referats ZS I    2010... Read More →
avatar for Katja Lucker

Katja Lucker

CEO, Musicboard Berlin GmbH
Katja Lucker was born in Northern Germany and has been active in the Berlin music scene since 1990. After working as a cultural manager for the Kesselhaus, the Karneval der Kulturen, the RUHR.2010 and the Berliner Festspiele, among others, she was appointed in 2012 to establish the... Read More →
avatar for Joachim Litty

Joachim Litty

Director, Landesmusikakademie Berlin
Musical studies at University of the Arts Berlin; additional studies for saxophone and improvisation at Creative Music Studio Woodstock/N.Y.; teaching at a Berlin music school, head of the department Popular Music; freelance musician in the Berlin jazz scene with CD recordings, concerts... Read More →
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Prof. Dr. Barbara Hornberger

Professor of Popular Music Didactics, University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück, Institute of Music
Barbara Hornberger, born 1970, studied cultural studies, aesthetics and applied arts at the University of Hildesheim, Germany, and specialized in popular culture, esp. popular music. She received her PhD with an exploration of the topic ‘New German Wave’ (Neue Deutsche Welle... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 17:30 - 20:00
1 LOFT

18:00

Reception 'Midem' (please sign-up)
Midem is the leading international event for the global music community, bringing together +5000 international players from +90 countries, +2000 companies and +150 medias. With a rich 4-day programme of conferences, competitions, networking events and live performances, Midem is dedicated to helping the music industry and its partners develop business and creativity by providing a platform aimed for the music ecosystem to exchange, create, play, forge relationships and shape the future of music.
 
Midem 2020 will take place in Cannes (France) from the 2nd to 5th of June 2020.

Open event - subject to capacity and prior confirmation (please sign up online)

+ special performance by DJ Danny Faber


Wednesday November 6, 2019 18:00 - 19:00
6 GALERIE

18:00

Reception 'Music Changemakers' (all welcome)
After our no-holds-barred sessions on gender equality, this is a time to celebrate, reflect and build on those aims in a more relaxed, fun setting.


Wednesday November 6, 2019 18:00 - 19:00
6 GALERIE

20:00

Hemispheres Immersive Audio-Video Installation
The installation will be shown inside the "Nineties Berlin" exhibition both days before 8pm every 20mins and from 8pm to 11pm the whole time in a loop - the opening takes place Nov6 at 8pm.

Most Wanted guests can visit the installation including the permanent exhibition for just 4€ instead of 10€.

You can reach the exhibition leaving the main entrance of Most Wanted by taking a left across the courtyard and find the entrance of "Nineties Berlin" to your right. find the exact position on Google Maps here.

Thirty speakers on different elevation levels, driven by an Iosono wave-field synthesis audiosystem by ENCIRCLED audio.solutions, deliver Lukas Taido’s music and soundscapes, situated somewhere between digital Musique Concrète and contemporary Electronica, and melting tightly linked with Lars Ullrich’s abstract, multilayered visual worlds, on a 150-foot, curved screen – creating a highly immersive and intense audiovisual experience.
Surrounded by projections and speakers, visitors experience the rhythmic, tonal, visual and structural interaction within the duality and co-existence of the two Hemispheres from an inner perspective. The close coupling of extremely spatial auditory and visual impact, triggers associations from mathematical-geometrical shapes, via the terrestrial globe to feeling like being inside a human brain – while it is releasing a large amount of neurotransmitters.

Speakers
LT

Lukas Taido

Concept and Music for "Hemispheres"
Lukas is an internationally working musician, sound- and media artist, fostering an ongoing romance with 3-dimensional sound. His audio and audio/video installations and collaborations have been shown, amongst other places, in the top floor of the Shanghai Tower (China), at Funkhaus... Read More →
LU

Lars Ullrich

Visual Art for Hemispheres
Lars is a code artist/creative director whose art is based on technological-scientific innovations, creating complex abstract visual worlds. Amongst many other projects, he has created artworks and motion graphics for Philipp Glass / Robert Wilson operas (Kay Voges), for the 50 year... Read More →



Wednesday November 6, 2019 20:00 - 23:00
8 ALTE MÜNZE 90S EXHIBITION Molkenmarkt 2, 10179 Berlin
 
Thursday, November 7
 

08:30

Most Wanted: Walks!
WE ARE MEETING AT THE ENTRANCE OF MOST WANTED: MUSIC
For all you early-risers, explorers, or simply those who need to blow the cobwebs away: join your fellow attendees on this "NetWalk" - a networking-walk around the historic area of Berlin near to the MW:M venue. You'll see some of the sights of Berlin Mitte and the river Spree - and then when you've worked up an appetite, you can join the MW:M breakfast!

The NetWalk will be accompanied by some tasty Mexikaner shots from our friends at MexiLove! What can be more antidotal to your hangover following MW:M Live the night before?

Thursday November 7, 2019 08:30 - 09:15
1 LOFT

09:00

BMC Breakfast Club goes MW:M (fully booked)
This event is fully booked - you can't sign up any more - sorry next year :-)

Extended MW:M-Edition of the cosy network breakfast to which BMC invites you monthly to its office in Kreuzberg. Coffee and breakfast buffet are accompanied by valuable contacts and lively discussions.


Thursday November 7, 2019 09:00 - 10:30
6 GALERIE

10:00

Making The Piano Fly - A New Perspective on Interactive Piano Performance
The Grand Piano is a timeless instrument: a favourite playground of the most diverse musical spheres for more than 300 years, and an arena of highly specialised expertise. But today, laptop artists and DJs - with the endless possibilities for sound generation their technology allows - invent the sonic frameworks of our time. So is the piano now an anachronism? Absolutely not, says Prof. Ralf Schmid, who reveals the reinvention of the piano in the digital age, and explains how to organically unite instrumental virtuosity and electronic music performance through flow and motion.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Artists
avatar for Prof. Ralf Schmid

Prof. Ralf Schmid

Artist, Pyanook
Few artists have anchored the mixture of analogue and digital sounds as broadly and deeply as the pianist Ralf Schmid in his project PYANOOK. Performing on two grand pianos with mi.mu data gloves he unlocks new potentials for his instrument and exploits futuristic performative settings... Read More →




Thursday November 7, 2019 10:00 - 10:30
1 LOFT

10:00

GMM Best Paper Award
Die GMM, die Gesellschaft für Musikwirtschafts- und Musikkulturforschung, organisiert bei der diesjährigen MW:M erneut den GMM Best Paper Award. Gemeinsam mit der BMC suchten wir innovative wissenschaftliche oder angewandte Arbeiten von Nachwuchswissenschaftler*innen und Studierenden, die sich mit unterschiedlichen Themen und Fragen der Musikwirtschaft auseinandersetzen. Eine Auswahl der eingereichten Arbeiten wird auf der MW:M präsentiert und von einer Jury bewertet. Auf die Gewinner*innen warten hochkarätige Preise und Publikationsmöglichkeiten. Unter den Präsentationen befinden sich dieses Jahr Arbeiten zu Väterbildern im Rap, zu Musikstreaming, Musikfestivals oder zu Authentizität als Erfolgsfaktor.

Die Pitches finden in 2 Sessions statt:
10:10–11:30: Session 1
10:10–10:30: Marvin Kopka: Die Wirkung von Musikstücken unterschiedlicher Tonhöhen auf das Arousal der Hörer
10:30–10:50: Kristin Lein: Hip Hop, das ist wovon Papa lebt und auch du - Väterbilder im Deutschrap
10:50–11:10: Amanda Siepe: Erfolg durch Authentizität - Eine Empirische Analyse der Relevanz von Authentizität als Erfolgsfaktor in der Musikindustrie
11:10–11:30: Svea Waldeck: Kulturelle Identitätsbildung in der Weltmusik
11:30–12:00: Kaffeepause
12:00–12:50: Session 2
12:00–12:20: William Woigk: Derzeitige Möglichkeiten maschineller Musikkomposition - im besonderen Hinblick auf die Auswirkungen in der Musikbranche
12:20–12:50: Tina Habel: Why do music festivals fail? 
 

Speakers
avatar for Beate Flath

Beate Flath

Junior Professor for Event Management, Universität Paderborn
studies in musicology, art history and business administration in Graz (Austria). After finishing her doctoral thesis on sound design in television advertising she worked as a post-doc at the Department of Musicology (University of Graz) and the Department of Cultural Management and... Read More →
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Michael Ahlers

treasurer, Gesellschaft für Musikwirtschafts- und Musikkulturforschung
Dr. Michael Ahlers is Professor for music education and popular music studies at Leuphana University, Lueneburg, Germany. His fields of expertise include empirical research on music, creativity, and education. He published on digital music production, different musical genres or musical... Read More →
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Dr. Anita Jóri

Research associate, Universität der Künste Berlin
Anita Jóri is a research associate at Berlin University of the Arts. She studied history, pedagogy and applied linguistics and wrote her PhD thesis on the discourse community of electronic dance music. Her research interest includes electronic dance music cultures (EDMCs), gender... Read More →
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Lorenz Grünewald-Schukalla

CEO, GMM Gesellschaft für Musikwirtschafts- und Musikkulturforschung
Lorenz Grünewald-Schukalla, M.A., born 1987, has been Managing Director of the Gesellschaft für Musikwirtschafts- und Musikkulturforschung (GMM) since 2014. After studying music at the Popacademie Enschede (NL, majoring in guitar) and a master’s degree in music and media at the... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 10:00 - 13:00
4 CALIFORNIA

10:30

Become Who You Are: The Self As Sustainable Solution
If you have a nagging feeling that you have lost personal or professional focus, this is for you. In a session designed to remind emerging interdisciplinary leaders of the necessity of shaping a world in their vision - and based on her book, Tell Me About Yourself - Holley guides a future-focused audience to:
- Source internal values to craft an honest, compelling personal narrative,
- Use that narrative to initiate more meaningful conversation that foster genuine connections and partnerships and,
- Cultivate and sustain the confidence to propel ideas to action while creating an equitable future.

Speakers
avatar for Holley M. Kholi-Murchison

Holley M. Kholi-Murchison

Founder & CEO, Coach, Author, HOLI. Brands
Holley M. Kholi-Murchison is an education producer and Founder of Oratory Glory, a storytelling and human development agency. With a background in multimedia storytelling, experiential learning, and talent development, her work explores the intersections of communication, culture... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 10:30 - 11:00
1 LOFT

10:30

Deezer Backstage Workshop
Wie aktualisiere ich mein Künstlerprofil auf Deezer? In welchen Deezer Playlists bin ich platziert? Wie performen meine Tracks? Wer sind meine Fans und wo werde ich gehört?
Das neue Analyse-Tool Deezer Backstage liefert Antworten auf diese Fragen und unterstützt Künstler*innen dabei, die Verbindung zu ihren Fans zu stärken und ihre Präsenz auf Deezer weiter auszubauen.

In dem Workshop, der sich ausschließlich an Künstler*innen und Artist Manager*innen wendet, stellt Simone Schiborr, Manager Editorial & Label Relations bei Deezer das Tool vor und zeigt dessen Potential. Teilnehmer*innen, die ihr Smartphone, Tablet oder ihren Laptop mitbringen, können das Tool direkt vor Ort im Workshop ausprobieren. Zudem bekommen Teilnehmer*innen Einblicke zum Thema Pitching und Playlisting bei Deezer.

Um am Deezer Backstage Workshop teilzunehmen, melde dich bitte unter https://deezerbackstage.splashthat.com/. Die Platzanzahl ist begrenzt.

Workshopteilnehmer*innen brauchen ein gültiges Konferenzticket. 

Speakers
avatar for Simone Schiborr

Simone Schiborr

Manager Editorial & Label Relations, Deezer



Thursday November 7, 2019 10:30 - 11:30
3 RESTAURANT

10:30

AFEM members meeting (closed)

Thursday November 7, 2019 10:30 - 11:55
2 KUPPEL

11:00

Building and Running a Creative and Tech Community
Martin Eyerer is the perfect person to explain how to create a community with artistic, technological, and business-minded interdisciplinary exchange at its core. He's spent 25 years as a sought-after musician and producer, and also co-founded Berlin's Riverside Studios, where top musicians and experts from all walks of life work together. He's now Chief Innovation Officer of Factory Berlin, where he unites art and technology to create innovative solutions for the society of tomorrow.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
avatar for Martin Eyerer

Martin Eyerer

CIO /CEO, Factory Berlin /Riversidestudios
Martin Eyerer lives for the beat: For the last 25 years, he has been travelling the globe as a top musician and producer. His track record includes producing a #3 hit on US Billboard as well as gold albums in the UK and Australia, and 150 successful releases on popular labels such... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 11:00 - 11:25
1 LOFT

11:00

Experience a parallel universe of live music with VRJAM
VRJAM, the world's first live VR experience platform for mobile, offers a glimpse into the future of live music with a deeply immersive virtual reality music experience that you can try and test for yourself using Oculus Go hardware

you can experience this installation three times per hour

Thursday November 7, 2019 11:00 - 17:00
7 CAGE

11:30

New Work City: Wie die Technologie das Wie, Wo und Warum der Arbeit verändern wird
Arbeit und Arbeitsplatz verändern sich mit den technischen Innovationen, die sie betreffen - und dieser Wandel geht immer schneller. Diese Sitzung versammelt Expert*innen und nimmt aktuelle Tendenzen und Herausforderungen auf lokaler, nationaler und internationaler Perspektive in den Blick.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
avatar for Björn Böhning

Björn Böhning

State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs
Since March 2018 Björn Böhning has been State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, where he is responsible for employment and social policy. He is also in charge of the policy field future of work related to digitization and automation.From 2011 to 2018... Read More →
avatar for Lucy Larbi

Lucy Larbi

Management Consultant, Borisgloger consulting GmbH
Lucy Larbi is a future thinker and advisor for medium-sized and large-scale German enterprises that are engaged with the digital transformation. Network instead of stiff hierarchical organization structures, collaboration instead authority, leadership instead of micro-management... Read More →
DF

Dr. Frank Nägele

State Secretary




Thursday November 7, 2019 11:30 - 12:20
1 LOFT

11:30

A Sound Approach: Unleashing Creativity Through Mindfulness
In this thoughtful, holistic workshop and discussion, Sanaya will take an anecdotal approach to learning. Using tools like pranayama (yoga breath control technique) and activated listening, she'll explain how to harness your own creativity through mindfulness. She will introduce her own personal creativity toolkit, and discuss the steps towards a dependable artistic practice.

Speakers
avatar for Sanaya Ardeshir

Sanaya Ardeshir

Artist, Sandunes
I respect the discipline with which Indian traditionalists approach music," says Sanaya Ardeshir, the artist known globally as Sandunes. "I worked on a project with a sarangi and tabla player, and for the first time, was kind of exposed to this idea of Sadhana, a yogic spiritual expression... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 11:30 - 13:15
5 STUDIO

11:40

Make it Happen! How to Go From Idea to Execution
In a fast-evolving world driven by innovation and technology, cultivating the skills of an entrepreneur is one of the keys to being able to effectively create change. Through case studies, prompts and interactive activities, this session will explore skills and tools for sourcing, strategizing, and successfully turning an idea into action. You'll learn how you to use the resources around you to create new opportunities, hone your entrepreneurial skills, and become an agent of change.

Speakers
avatar for Holley M. Kholi-Murchison

Holley M. Kholi-Murchison

Founder & CEO, Coach, Author, HOLI. Brands
Holley M. Kholi-Murchison is an education producer and Founder of Oratory Glory, a storytelling and human development agency. With a background in multimedia storytelling, experiential learning, and talent development, her work explores the intersections of communication, culture... Read More →


Thursday November 7, 2019 11:40 - 13:10
3 RESTAURANT

12:00

Tech Horizon – The Technology Shaping the Future of Electronic Music
The convergence of technology continues to shape the electronic music landscape with streaming into the DJ booth set to become the next big format shift for DJs and with AI and big data increasingly defining how our industry functions. AFEM brings together industry experts to discuss the opportunities and disruptive potential of advancing technology.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Moderators
avatar for Tristan Hunt

Tristan Hunt

Regional Manager, Association For Electronic Music

Speakers
avatar for Kikelomo Oludemi

Kikelomo Oludemi

DJ/Presenter/Host/ Market Specialist, No Shade/ Boiler Room/ Native Instruments
Kikelomo is a London born, Berlin based DJ, Radio Presenter and Boiler Room Host.. She iscurrently hosting her own radio show 'Pass The Aux' on Cashmere Radio, showcasing the very bestin UK urban music. She is a graduate and active member of the collective No Shade, a club nightseries... Read More →
avatar for Jack Bridges

Jack Bridges

Senior Manager, Label Relations, SoundCloud
Jack Bridges works as a Senior Label Relations Manager at SoundCloud, the world’s largest open audio platform. With over a decade of experience in music strategy and account management, Jack is responsible for building and maintaining SoundCloud’s relationships with independent... Read More →
avatar for Fidelity Kastrow

Fidelity Kastrow

Artist · Resident DJ · Radio Presenter · Artist Relations Consultant, NovaMute · Pioneer DJ · Sisyphos
Fidelity Kastrow held DJ-residencies in Berlin and London since 2007 (Sisyphos, Egg London, Tresor, Torture Garden) and released her own dark techno 12inch vinyl EPs on Mute's seminal techno sub-label NovaMute (Daughter Of Darkness, The Huntress, Wolf Clan) and Sisyphos' label Sisyphon... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 12:00 - 13:00
2 KUPPEL

12:30

Let's Play... Music! Is Music About to Have its Live Streaming Moment?
In 2018, 77% of German internet users aged 14+ watched films, TV shows or other videos as streams online. In the gaming industry, Twitch has become a powerhouse: more than 500,000 gamers broadcast streams each day to a vast audience of millions. Twitch has recently encouraged its users to branch out: in  May, Twitch Sings - a karaoke platform for “endlessly watchable livestreaming vocal performance” - was launched. It's the platform's first foray into music-oriented content - but it won't be the last. So what changes could Twitch Sings, and platforms like it, bring to the music industry?

Jannik will talk about the potential of live streaming platforms, reasons for the success of the livestreaming paradigm and the power of Twitch in elevating music content in a connected, multi-user environment.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
avatar for Jannik Huelshoff

Jannik Huelshoff

Head of DACH partnerships & content, Twitch (Amazon)
Jannik is currently heading up content partnerships in the DACH and CIS region at Twitch. His current and previous experience - having previously founded the digital hub of Germany’s largest public broadcaster (ZDF) and worked in various functions for Google across Europe and the... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 12:30 - 13:00
1 LOFT

13:00

Lunch Buddies
Going to MW:M but don't know that many people? Here's an excellent opportunity to meet new people, get new connections, while enjoying lunch at the same time! By clicking this link we will set you up with a "buddy" for your lunch. Only 30 slots available, so don't miss out!

Thursday November 7, 2019 13:00 - 14:00
6 GALERIE

14:00

GMM Best Paper Award Ceremony

Thursday November 7, 2019 14:00 - 14:10
4 CALIFORNIA

14:00

Music and the Doing revolution
Apps like TikTok have transformed the moving image from a consumer product to something we do daily to build identities and relationships. The same transformation has hit the written word and photography but not music. This talk will map out how these revolutions came about and how Endlesss is bringing this revolution to music.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
avatar for Tim Exile

Tim Exile

Founder/CEO, Endlesss
musician, technologist, thinker, entrepreneur, Tim Exile is an Advocate of the flow-state, has been featured in Techcrunch, Wired, Pitchfork and talked at TED. He has organised brand collaborations with IBM, RedBull, Saatchi & Saatchi, built digital musical instruments for Native... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 14:00 - 14:25
1 LOFT

14:00

Ask me anything with Holley M. Kholi-Murchison
Ever heard an inspiring talk from a key speaker at a conference and wanted to ask them that one burning question afterwards? Well, in this moderated Q&A session, you can do just that - and Holley, Founding Partner at HOLI. Brands  - will answer as many as he can.

Speakers
avatar for Holley M. Kholi-Murchison

Holley M. Kholi-Murchison

Founder & CEO, Coach, Author, HOLI. Brands
Holley M. Kholi-Murchison is an education producer and Founder of Oratory Glory, a storytelling and human development agency. With a background in multimedia storytelling, experiential learning, and talent development, her work explores the intersections of communication, culture... Read More →


Thursday November 7, 2019 14:00 - 14:25
2 KUPPEL

14:00

Digital Marketing Opportunities in the Age of Streaming
The main streaming platforms used across global markets are where the world’s music fans come to discover and listen to music. They have transformed the global industry from one focused on ownership and selling music as a product, to one access and attention are key. What are the current global streaming trends and how do they impact the way we market artists today? How does podcasting fit into the streaming ecosystem and how can artists leverage this medium?

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
avatar for Marlen Huellbrock

Marlen Huellbrock

Marketing Executive, Music Ally
Music Ally has been a trusted, independent source of news and insight for the global music industry for nearly 20 years. We’re constantly curious about the ‘new and next’ of the music industry and have been providing training and workshops to major labels, indies, managers and... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 14:00 - 14:55
3 RESTAURANT

14:10

GMM members meeting (closed)

Thursday November 7, 2019 14:10 - 15:40
4 CALIFORNIA

14:30

Publishing 2020 - Influencing the live performance publishing space
Publishing royalties generated from worldwide live performance can be a hugely valuable source of income for composers. However, accessing those royalties is not always straightforward, due to the challenges in monitoring and reporting on what has actually been played. To make things better, the processes that some collection societies use to license venues need to be updated. The good news is that changes are already underway: and in this session, you’ll meet the people working to help creators receive what they're due.

Moderators
avatar for Mandy Aubry

Mandy Aubry

Director, Global Business Development & Client Relations, Songtrust
Mandy leads Songtrust’s expansion in Europe. The technology driven music publishing administrator is a global software solution to music publishing, giving creators and businesses the control to take ownership of their publishing royalties. Mandy has over two decades of international... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Greg Marshall

Greg Marshall

General Manager, AFEM (Association For Electronic Music)
Currently General Manager at the Association For Electronic Music (AFEM) following a 22 year route through the music industry as a drummer, producer and DJ with extensive experience and knowledge within record shops, independent labels and music rights and royalties. The love of music... Read More →
avatar for Irene Bauzá

Irene Bauzá

VP of Operations, Unison Rights
VP of Operations at Unison, joined the company from her prior position as head of publishing at Blanco y Negro, a prominent electronic music label in Spain. Irene is also a lecturer at SAE Institute Barcelona, teaching copyright, publishing and music supervision to Music Business... Read More →
avatar for Bernhard Famler

Bernhard Famler

CEO & Co-Founder, seeqnc GmbH
A creative mind and tech lover. Highly passionate about thinking outside the box and creating digital products. His latest project seeqnc makes artists and producers see who is playing their music - in real-time. Bernhard holds a master's degree in Informatics with 15 years of professional... Read More →
avatar for James Carey

James Carey

Founder & Producer, Evoke Music Management
I'm the founder of Evoke Music Management, which was originally set up as an alias to manage my own production career - and appears to have gotten somewhat out of hand.Our roster now includes my own JVCE moniker (D12, RiFF RAFF, Bizzy Bone), EDM up-and-comer Nikless (Sony, Armada... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 14:30 - 15:15
1 LOFT

14:30

Augmenting Live Events: Where Physical Meets Virtual
This session will focus on mixing and merging the physical and virtual and how innovation technology creates new forms of live experiences. We’re giving a few innovative projects the stage to talk about their concept and how it can enhance live experiences and open new doors for both the audience, musicians and the industry as a whole.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Moderators
avatar for Simonne Jones

Simonne Jones

Artist and Producer, Simonne Jones
Simonne Jones was born in Hollywood, California, but established herself in the experimentally charged atmosphere of Berlin. She is a multi-instrumentalist creating introspective electro pop that pushes the boundaries of a few genres. Her scientific background is a touchstone in her... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Phyllis Josefine

Phyllis Josefine

heart of the project, dvdv
dvdv started making music & videos in 2014 and painting on clothes in 2015. Music felt to be her best emotional outlet. The clothes and paintings were the best way to experiment with physical textures. 2017 she programmed an audio-visual website presenting her latest tracks and debut... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 14:30 - 15:25
2 KUPPEL

14:30

Voices and Strings: Feeling the Air as Meditation
In this unique interactive session, join Lixue Lin-Siedler and be guided through a meditative musical experience. Take a moment to relax in a peaceful environment scented with incense, and combine meditation with breathing exercises, string-plucking and monotone singing to feel the air around you. With live music movements and yoga, you'll feel the deep vibrations of the world around you in this Buddhism-rooted meditation. And afterwards, take the calmness with you: reward yourself with tea before rejoining the hustle and bustle of the outside world. 

Speakers
avatar for Lixue Lin-Siedler

Lixue Lin-Siedler

Founder, Sawai Koto Berlin
Lixue Lin-Siedler, artist name Lin 凛, is an East Asian zither musician. Since the age of nine, she has been studying the Chinese zither ‚Guzheng‘ after school by Wang Zhongshan, the virtuoso of the China Conservator. She learns the koto, the Japanese zither, and traditional... Read More →


Thursday November 7, 2019 14:30 - 15:30
5 STUDIO

15:00

Sharing Strategies - Roundtable der deutschen Musikstädte
Sharing is caring: Wie können deutsche Musikstädte zusammen arbeiten, um gemeinsam besser
zu werden? Wo funktioniert die Kooperation von Wirtschaft, Verwaltung und Politik besonders gut?
Welche Rolle spielen Netzwerke dabei? Und wie arbeiten die Netzwerke der Zukunft? Durch den
Austausch von Best Practice Erfahrungen können Musik-Städte ebenso wie -Regionen
voneinander und übereinander lernen. Der Roundtable unter der Schirmherrschaft des BV Pop will
den Austausch und die Vernetzung deutscher Musikstädte voran bringen, um so die Visibilität von
Popkultur lokal ebenso wie auf Bundesebene zu stärken.



Moderators
avatar for Olaf Kretschmar

Olaf Kretschmar

Managing Director | Chairman of the Board, Berlin Music Commission
avatar for Andrea Rothaug

Andrea Rothaug

Director / Founder / President, RockCity Hamburg e.V. / Music Women Germany / BVPop
Managing Director of RockCity Hamburg e.V., President of the German Association of Popular Music and Pop Culture, Founder of Music Women Germany, Initiator of Hanseplatte – Musik von hier, Clubkombinat Hamburg e.V. She is a certified artists & business coach,  music consultant... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Carsten Winter

Dr. Carsten Winter

Chair Professor, Dean of Studies, Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media
University professor for media and music management. Teaching and research focus: Strategic Management, Music Industry, Cultural Studies
avatar for Jana Rahmlow

Jana Rahmlow

Head of Finance and Operations | Executive Board, Berlin Music Commission
Jana Rahmlow is Head of Finance & Operations and advisor of the Management Board at Berlin Music Commission. She is also responsible for member communications and supports BMC's projects in the fields of communication, administration and event. Jana is living in Berlin since the late... Read More →
avatar for Anika Jankowski

Anika Jankowski

CEO, Oh, my music!
Anika Jankowski is a publisher and a local promoter.Anika has a master degree in musicmanagement and worked in different fields of the music industry since 2005. As a local promoter, she organized – among others – the „MusicMatch conference and festival“ and the „Thanks... Read More →


Thursday November 7, 2019 15:00 - 16:00
3 RESTAURANT

15:20

How African Music is Reshaping the European Cultural Landscape
This panel discusses how the new wave of music emerging from Africa - some of the most exciting and innovative music anywhere in the world today - is connecting with, shaping, and challenging European musical and cultural identity. Find out what happens when the European and African markets meet and discover the tools needed to build a bridge between two musical cultures poised to influence each other as never before.

Moderators
avatar for Mariella Kipulu

Mariella Kipulu

Event Coordinator, Promoter and Project Manager
Mariella Kipulu is an Event Coordinator, Promoter and Project Manager born in Congo, raised in Italy and currently based in Berlin. Arrived in Berlin in 2009, Mariella has since worked for the Werkstatt der Kulturen, Karneval der Kulturen, collaborating with the brand NAKED JAZZ... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Pamela Owusu-Brenyah

Pamela Owusu-Brenyah

Founder & Music Consultant, AFRO x POP
Pamela Owusu-Brenyah is a Berlin-based freelance music consultant, who aims to build bridges between artists from the continent and Germany, and to nurture collaborations.She worked the past two years as an A&R for Afrofrce1 Records - a label of Universal Music International that... Read More →
avatar for Bondzie Mensa Ansah

Bondzie Mensa Ansah

Producer/ Lead Singer/ Performer, M3NSA / FOKN BOIS / REDR3D
M3NSA is a 2x MOBO nominated British/Ghanaian musician. He is known as one of the pioneers of the Hiplife/ Afrobeats scene in Ghana. As one half of FOKN BOIS, they are responsible for creating  Coz Ov Moni 1 & 2 the world's first musicals in Pidgin English. M3NSA has collaborated... Read More →


Thursday November 7, 2019 15:20 - 16:00
1 LOFT

15:30

Creative Voice Control
A brief introduction to the different usage of voice assistant on Alexa and Google home from a business standpoint. Categorization of some best practices in music and other fields.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund).

Speakers
avatar for Lennart Weege

Lennart Weege

Head of Business Development, ONSEI GmbH
Business administrator ending up in Voice after numerous startup ups and downs. Focus on sales and marketing.




Thursday November 7, 2019 15:30 - 15:50
2 KUPPEL

15:50

Meet the Expert! The Music Publishing Pros
In 2019, Publishing is just as important a part of an artist's income mix as it has ever been - if not more so. There are also more options around making the most from your publishing income than ever before, too. This session has an expert line-up of high-level Publishing practitioners and it is perfect for anyone with specific questions about the sometimes tricky-to-understand Publishing industry. Each expert has a limited number of 10 min slots and you can pre-book an appointment via the MW:M19 App - book now to avoid missing out!

Speakers
HV

Herman Verkade

Founder/Owner, Musiqware
Musiqware is Berlin's one and only dance-specialist music publisher, focussing exclusively on the global needs of Berlin's techno and house community. We are direct affiliates of the all major PROs, MROs, and NROs around the globe, and work closely with Music Recognition Technology... Read More →
avatar for Hendrik Menzl

Hendrik Menzl

Consultant, PopKW e.V. / Menzl Artistcare
Hendrik Menzl  (qualified media manager) knows exactly, what in the world costs 8,000 marks. With his top 200 band Supershirt he released 3 albums and played hundreds of concerts in and around Germany. As a booker with Audiolith he dispatched artists worldwide. He knows his way around... Read More →
avatar for Desiree Vach

Desiree Vach

Founder / Co-Founder/Manager GSA, Snowhite / Music Industry Women/INgrooves
Originally from the Rhineland Désirée J. Vach worked for the Berlin-based independent label Kitty-Yo (Peaches, Gonzales etc) which Vach left in 2006 to take over the management of the independent label Weekender Records Germany. In early 2009 Vach quit at Weekender Records Germany... Read More →
avatar for Ralf Kollmann

Ralf Kollmann

Director, mobilee / I-Am-Mgmt
Ralf Kollmann formed mobilee in partnership with Anja Schneider, and what began as a side project quickly expanded into a fully-fledged career as mobilee blossomed from a small, homegrown label into a full-on music and entertainment enterprise. mobilee is committed to facing the realities... Read More →
avatar for Mandy Aubry

Mandy Aubry

Director, Global Business Development & Client Relations, Songtrust
Mandy leads Songtrust’s expansion in Europe. The technology driven music publishing administrator is a global software solution to music publishing, giving creators and businesses the control to take ownership of their publishing royalties. Mandy has over two decades of international... Read More →
avatar for Bernhard Famler

Bernhard Famler

CEO & Co-Founder, seeqnc GmbH
A creative mind and tech lover. Highly passionate about thinking outside the box and creating digital products. His latest project seeqnc makes artists and producers see who is playing their music - in real-time. Bernhard holds a master's degree in Informatics with 15 years of professional... Read More →
avatar for Irene Bauzá

Irene Bauzá

VP of Operations, Unison Rights
VP of Operations at Unison, joined the company from her prior position as head of publishing at Blanco y Negro, a prominent electronic music label in Spain. Irene is also a lecturer at SAE Institute Barcelona, teaching copyright, publishing and music supervision to Music Business... Read More →
avatar for James Carey

James Carey

Founder & Producer, Evoke Music Management
I'm the founder of Evoke Music Management, which was originally set up as an alias to manage my own production career - and appears to have gotten somewhat out of hand.Our roster now includes my own JVCE moniker (D12, RiFF RAFF, Bizzy Bone), EDM up-and-comer Nikless (Sony, Armada... Read More →
avatar for Lisa Riepe

Lisa Riepe

Streaming & Playlist Manager, Zebralution GmbH
Lisa started working for Berlin-based Zebralution Digital Media Distribution in 2017, having a background in Applied Cultural and Popular Music Studies. As Streaming & Playlist Manager she is responsible for sales/retail marketing and manages key account Spotify. This entails coming... Read More →
avatar for Florian von Hoyer

Florian von Hoyer

Leadership Coach, The Artist as a Business Leader
Florian offers guidance and support for artists willing to set up a proper and sustainable business around their passion and talent. By developing a long-term vision, clarity and focus for your career, you can become truly independent and self-determined. With a colourful background... Read More →


Thursday November 7, 2019 15:50 - 16:50
4 CALIFORNIA

16:00

(The Berlin Scenes) Beyond Techno
The city is a home base for many different scenes that have been developing and thriving for 10, 20, or 30 years, may it be drag, hip-hop, disco, or more pop sounds... Together with Nadia Says, Dreea, Eric D. Clark, Joyce Muniz, and The Darvish, will tell how their scene is growing music creativity and music business, and influencing industry standards beyond the Berlin bubble.

Moderators
avatar for Nadia Says

Nadia Says

Founder, and your MW:M19 Kuppel Stage host, Your Mom's Agency
Nadia Says is the founder of Your Mom's Agency, a content curator and event producer in the fields of music, visual arts, and new tech. Her multi-format events always feature diverse lineups and aim at blurring boundaries between disciplines. Main happenings include art shows at Berghain... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Eric D. Clark

Eric D. Clark

Founder, SUBCURRENT MEDIA™
Hailing from California to Berlin via Paris, Cologne, Lisbon, and more, DJ, producer, instrumentalist, promoter, label owner, writer, stylist, and a founding member of Whirlpool Productions, Eric D. Clark has been a contributor to the alternative and subversive world of dance music... Read More →
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Dreea

Founder / Organizer, Mouthpiece
German DJ, artist and writer DREEA established herself early as one of the few credible female selectors in Berlin's night life. An original hiphop head who started paying her dues writing for RAP.de - Germany's online hip hop Source and is a founding member of the late great collective... Read More →
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The Darvish

Co-organizer / Co-host, Queens Against Borders
Darvish is a self-taught Syrian dancer and event manager. For two years and from the beginning, he has worked with the biggest names among queer party organizers and he is a proud member of Berlin's club culture. Darvish organizes and holds a Hafla Day (party in Arabic) every month... Read More →
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Joyce Muniz

DJ, producer, and label owner, Black Diamonds Records
Born in Brazil and moving to Vienna in the mid-90s to her pursue her musical dreams, she started out mixing drum & bass and breaks, and soon landed a residency at the legendary Flex Club. This regular slot pushed her to develop into playing a more eclectic multitude of styles, from... Read More →


Thursday November 7, 2019 16:00 - 16:50
2 KUPPEL

16:00

Tap Into Your Inner Genius: Sound Frequencies for Stress-Reduction and Creativity
Join multi-platinum-award-winning music producer, and certified MAX Meditation System™ teacher, Philipp Schardt - for an inner journey! Through epic soundscapes combined with scientifically-proven beneficial "brainwave-entrainment" frequencies, you'll be able to experience how your brain sounds when it is stressed - and how it sounds when it's calm and at peace. This workshop will also provide you with the tools to help you effortlessly tap into that peaceful state of mind every day.

Speakers
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Philipp Schardt

Entrepreneur & Music Producer, VON TABOR MUSIC
Philipp Schardt is a Multi-Platinum Award-Winning Music Producer, Sound Alchemist and Meditation Teacher that has helped thousands of people around the world including Top Hollywood Actors, NFL Pro´s and Forbes Top 100 Entrepreneur´s to reach inner Peace, Clarity and more Confidence... Read More →


Thursday November 7, 2019 16:00 - 17:00
5 STUDIO

16:00

BV Pop members meeting (closed)

Thursday November 7, 2019 16:00 - 18:00
3 RESTAURANT

17:00

KI am Mischpult: Wie Künstliche Intelligenz komponiert
Die Session betrachtet Musik aus einem ungewöhnlichen Blickwinkel: der Künstlichen Intelligenz. Musik-Tools, die auf Künstlicher Intelligenz basieren, eröffnen neue Möglichkeiten um Musik zu komponieren – in allen Stilrichtungen und auch für Laien. Aber ist das überhaupt noch Kunst? Gilt Kreativität nicht als rein menschliche Eigenschaft? Was kann KI in der Musik leisten, was der Mensch nicht kann – und umgekehrt?

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Moderators
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Julia Vismann

editor, author, presenter, radioeins rbb

Speakers
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Stephan Baumann

Senior Researcher, German Research Center for AI (DFKI)
Senior Researcher on AI, DL, Computational Creativity, Recommender Systems. 1992 Diploma Computer Science and AI, TU Kaiserslautern. 2000 Co Founder and Research Head Sonicson - Spinoff DFKI, Exit to Bertelsmann Arvato 2004. 2003 Future Market Award CEBIT2003. Young Researcher Award... Read More →
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Martin Gora

Project Board, Wissenschaft im Dialog gGmbH
Martin Gora has studied European Studies and International Relations in Germany, Hungary and Poland. Afterwards, he spent three years as a Project Manager in an advertising agency. There he supervised projects in the field of political communication. Since 2014 he has been working... Read More →




Thursday November 7, 2019 17:00 - 17:50
1 LOFT

17:00

Artist management in rapid change
As the music industry evolves, so too the role of the artist manager is rapidly changing. It's now a dynamic role that must be constantly adaptable to change when implementing the strategy and decision-making that is needed to take an artist to success. This panel discussion will look at the recent changes in artist management and explore what it will look like in the future. What are the challenges and opportunities as this essential role keeps changing?

Moderators
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Magdalena Jensen

co-founder, Chimes Agency, EMMA

Speakers
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Paul Bonham

Accelerator Programme Manager, Music Managers Forum (UK)
Paul runs Accelerator, supported by YouTube Music and Arts Council England the the world’s first independent funding and professional development programme designed solely for artist, songwriter and producer managers. It aims to increase the number of sustainable full-time management... Read More →
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Sophie Mathes

Founder // Artist Management & Label Head, Pennywine Entertainment
It all started in her uncle´s tiny live-venue: growing up between live gear & nightliners, Sophie Mathes knew early that she wanted to work in the music industry. After 2 semesters of popular music & media studies at the Uni Paderborn, she graduated from her music business studies... Read More →
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Per Kviman

CEO, European Music Managers Alliance/Versity Music
Per is the CEO of Stockholm-based management Versity Music AB and  Chairman of the European Music Managers Alliance and Music Managers Forum Sweden. Versity was founded in 2003, with UK manager Andy Farrow as one of the partners. The company currently represents Watain, Backyard... Read More →




Thursday November 7, 2019 17:00 - 17:55
2 KUPPEL

17:00

Reception 'Songtrust & AFEM' (please sign-up)
Songtrust and AFEM: The MW:M19 Hangout

Songtrust and AFEM have teamed up for a networking drinks reception at Most Wanted: Music 2019.

Join us for an hour of music, delicious food, an open bar and great company.

Come and meet some of the team from Songtrust, the world's largest global royalty collection service and publishing administrator, and from AFEM (Association for Electronic Music) the trade body for the entire ecosystem of businesses involved in electronic music.

Spaces are limited so please RSVP to register interest (we will confirm attendee places closer to the event).


Thursday November 7, 2019 17:00 - 18:00
6 GALERIE

18:00

The Grand Finale: Tin Men And The Telephone
As MW:M draws to a close, join in a uniquely interactive event - and experience one of the true highlights of the conference from the stunningly innovative group Tin Men And The Telephone. Grab your phone and experience a gig unlike any that you have ever been to before: the band wants you to influence the musical, visual and thematic direction of the show by tapping and swiping along via a special app, directly changing what is happening on stage in front of you. As well as performing, the band will talk about the technological, cultural and political effects of their cutting-edge approach. An unmissable end to the conference!

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Artists
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Tin Men And The Telephone

Tin Men and The Telephone
Tin Men & the Telephone present their new album World Domination volume 1: Furie. Far more than a collection of tunes, the album follows a science fiction story, a humorous and provocative look at our modern world through the lens of fake news and alternative facts.Furie stands for... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 18:00 - 18:45
1 LOFT

18:00

Reception 'BV Pop'
Der in Hamburg am 18.06.2012 frisch gegründete „Bundesverband Popularmusik“ mit dem Namenszusatz „Forum der Popkultur- und Popularmusikförderer in Deutschland e.V.“ fungiert ab sofort als Interessenvertretung der lokalen, regionalen und überregionalen Popförderer.

Vornehmliches Ziel des Verbands ist es, die Förderung der Popularmusik und Popkultur in Deutschland als Querschnittsaufgabe voran zu bringen. Dabei richten sich die Aktivitäten sowohl auf kulturelle Bildung, Kunst und Kultur als auch auf entsprechende Bereiche in Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft.

Somit haben die Popförderinstitutionen erstmals eine eigene Interessenvertretung sowie ein Instrument um stabilere Förderstrukturen in die Länder zu bringen. Darüber hinaus sind gemeinsame Projekte, Veranstaltungen sowie konzertierte Aktionen geplant. Das seinerzeit mit der Initiative Musik ins Leben gerufene, aber bisher eher zurückhaltende Instrument „Forum Popularmusikförderung“ könnte damit beim neuen Bundesverband ein Zuhause finden. Interessante Projekte aus den Bundesländern sollen durch den Verband gestärkt neue Wege in der Musikvermittlung gehen. Die Initiativen der Länder werden dabei zwecks Erfahrungsaustausch und Kompetenzerweiterung kontinuierlich zusammen arbeiten.


Thursday November 7, 2019 18:00 - 19:00
6 GALERIE

20:00

Hemispheres Immersive Audio-Video Installation
The installation will be shown inside the "Nineties Berlin" exhibition both days before 8pm every 20mins and from 8pm to 11pm the whole time in a loop - the opening takes place Nov6 at 8pm.

Most Wanted guests can visit the installation including the permanent exhibition for just 4€ instead of 10€.

You can reach the exhibition leaving the main entrance of Most Wanted by taking a left across the courtyard and find the entrance of "Nineties Berlin" to your right. find the exact position on Google Maps here.

Thirty speakers on different elevation levels, driven by an Iosono wave-field synthesis audiosystem by ENCIRCLED audio.solutions, deliver Lukas Taido’s music and soundscapes, situated somewhere between digital Musique Concrète and contemporary Electronica, and melting tightly linked with Lars Ullrich’s abstract, multilayered visual worlds, on a 150-foot, curved screen – creating a highly immersive and intense audiovisual experience.
Surrounded by projections and speakers, visitors experience the rhythmic, tonal, visual and structural interaction within the duality and co-existence of the two Hemispheres from an inner perspective. The close coupling of extremely spatial auditory and visual impact, triggers associations from mathematical-geometrical shapes, via the terrestrial globe to feeling like being inside a human brain – while it is releasing a large amount of neurotransmitters.

Hybrid Music Lab is a project organized by the Berlin Music Commission - the Berlin music industry’s main network and carried out on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises as part of the Berlin state initiative "Projekt Zukunft" and funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). 

Speakers
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Lukas Taido

Concept and Music for "Hemispheres"
Lukas is an internationally working musician, sound- and media artist, fostering an ongoing romance with 3-dimensional sound. His audio and audio/video installations and collaborations have been shown, amongst other places, in the top floor of the Shanghai Tower (China), at Funkhaus... Read More →
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Lars Ullrich

Visual Art for Hemispheres
Lars is a code artist/creative director whose art is based on technological-scientific innovations, creating complex abstract visual worlds. Amongst many other projects, he has created artworks and motion graphics for Philipp Glass / Robert Wilson operas (Kay Voges), for the 50 year... Read More →



Thursday November 7, 2019 20:00 - 23:00
8 ALTE MÜNZE 90S EXHIBITION Molkenmarkt 2, 10179 Berlin