UK | (From) Home Export Days: Classical Music Trends in the UK (24 September 2020)
The online series (From) Home Export Days comes back this fall for a second season. As part of this series, Le Bureau Export presents “Classical Music Trends in the UK” on Thursday 24 September, 11:00 – 12:00 (CEST).
Our new digital chapter “Classical Music Trends in…” aims at exploring the latest developments in artists & repertoire, trends in audience development and engagement as well as the way financial models are currently changing in an extremely dynamic context.
For our first panel “Classical Music Trends in the UK”, we will focus on the UK to talk with our guests about the threats and opportunities linked to the economic recession, as well as changes in mindsets and cultural habits in the countries we are living in and exporting at.
The panel 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) and will reunite the following specialists:
Lydia CONNOLLY, Director, Head of Artist management at HarrisonParrott
Guillaume DESCOTTES, CEO and Founder, Vialma
Richard HEASON, Director at St John Smith Square
Gillian MOORE, Director of Music at Southbank Centre
Chi-chi NWANOKU, Double bassist, Founder and Artistic and Executive Director at Chineke! Orchestra
Graham MCKENZIE, Artistic Director at Huddersfield Contemporary Music FestivalModerator : Eric DENUT
As part of this new chapter “Classical Music Trends in…”, other panels will follow, focusing on other European markets – the programme will be announced later.