World | (From) Home Export Days : Join the webinar « A User Guide for festivals post Covid19 » (3 July 2020)
- Professional event
- Le Bureau Export
- Classical music
As part of (From) Home Export Days, a new series of online events, Le Bureau Export presents the second webinar dedicated to classical music on Friday 3 July, from 11.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m CEST.
After a first panel dedicated to the impact of COVID-19 on streaming and the solutions to provided for a business model dedicated to Classical Music, Le Bureau Export proposes a second session dedicated to Classical Music to discuss the question of the future of festivals in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis, and the critical issues the sector is facing.
What economic model can be found to maintain programming despite reduced audience gauges? How to adjust programming and integrate the compromises imposed? What private/public funding should be implemented to find the right budget balance? Will audiences have to give up conviviality for the sake of their safety? How to integrate a new, reinforced digital communication? What new models are possible for concerts? Eventually, what place should be given to ecology at a time when the impact of travel and travel is becoming increasingly problematic?
The panel “A User Guide for Festivals post Covid19” will be presented in english and moderated by Eric Denut (adviser for Maestro Arts / Universal Music Publishing, Former Delegate for Music at the French Ministry of Culture). It will reunite specialists who will share their experiences, their strategies and their questionings:
- Claire Gilbault, Artistic Director, Paris Mozart Orchestra
- René Martin, Director of La Folle Journée, La Roque d’Anthéron
- Roger Wright, Director of Snape Maltings (former Controller BBC Radio 3, general director BBC Proms)
- Michael Dian, Director of festival de Chaillol
- Claude Boischot, Senior Project Manager KD Schmid
- Nathalie PERRIN, Associate director Co-Influence
To register, please click HERE.