Music and Communities Conference #1

Guest speakers Noah Ball and Geoff Wright

Mar 01, 2017
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Black Rhino opens a series of conferences dedicated to the electronic music industry. We invite artists, promoters, club managers and label owners to share their experience with our public. With these conferences we intend to bring more knowledge onto the dancefloor and to intermediate a meeting between emerging and established cultural actors from electronic music.

The conference series opens with ”Music and Communities”, a talk about the rise and development of a music scene shaped by culture and sound, artist selection, continuity, promotion and distribution. We are interested in finding out how music shapes and creates communities around, how public and artists resonate around the same frequencies and tempo.

We invited Mr. Noah Ball, managing director of Outlook, Dimensions, Sunfall and Soundwave festivals, and Mr. Geoff Wright aka Presha, internet, radio, and nightclub DJ, event promoter, distributor, and head of Samurai Music Group.

Our talks will start based on the examples offered by Outlook and Samurai Music, two entities that shaped the music scene succeeding to create strong communities around them, formed by both artists and public. By talking with Noah Ball and Geoff Wright we want to share with the public the philosophy and drive behind the organizations they represent in hope that others will find the tools necessary to come with their own input, thus helping to create a strong and dynamic music scene.

The conference will be open to questions from the public all through the discussion.

To join the conference send us an email with your full name at info[at]blackrhinomusic.ro

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