Benelux | Take part in our webinar “Classical Music Trends in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg” (20 November, 11:30AM-1PM)
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As part of our online series (From) Home Export Days, Le Bureau Export presents “Classical Music Trends in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg” covering the trends currently at stake in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. The webinar will ne livestreamed on Friday 20 November, 11:30 – 13:00 (CET).
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 third panel “Classical Music Trends in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg”, we will focus on these markets. Our guests will talk about the difficulties that they encountered, facing the sanitary crisis, as well as the solution that they brought. They will then discuss the cultural changes in those three countries.
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:
- Gunther Broucke, CEO of the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra (Belgium)
- Anneke Jansen, CEO of the Ensemble Asko Schoenberg (The Netherlands)
- Hendrik Storme, CEO of De Singel (Belgium)
- Stephan Gehmacher, CEO of the Philharmonic society of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
- Renaud Loranger, Vice-President of Artists and Repertoire Pentatone (The Netherlands)
- Jerome Giersé, Director of Bozar (Belgium)
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.
Reminder: Le Bureau Export is now part of Le Centre national de la musique
Since November 1, 2020, Le Bureau Export has been part of le Centre national de la musique (CNM), a French state organization under the supervision of the French Ministry of Culture. Among the missions of the CNM, one is to help the French music and variety shows industry developing abroad. CNM is taking on and aims to further the activities, funding programmes and services of Le Bureau Export.
Our services towards international music professionals are unchanged: Le Bureau Export | CNM will continue to connect you with French professionals and help you discover made-in-France acts.
For more information, please read our announcement.