New Webinar Series: Pathways to the new Music Landscape
Updated: Jun 16, 2022
The Organisation for European Programmes and Cultural Relations is pleased to announce a special webinar series, targeted at the local music professionals!
The webinar, entitled “Pathways to the new Music Landscape” is part of the Organization’s “Music Ecosystem” training series, and includes online meetings with French digital media expert Yvan Boudillet of Utopia Music. The first two web events will be held on Thursday 16 June and Tuesday 28 June from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. respectively (all webinars will be conducted in English).
Participation in the webinar is free, by prior registration HERE.
Organized by the Centre of Music Research, Innovation and International Networking and hosted by the Creative Europe Desk Cyprus, the webinar will include three meetings in total, covering the following topics:
SESSION 1: NAVIGATING THE MUSIC ECOSYSTEM
An overview of the moving music value chain and the key fundamentals to have in sight when running a music project in a digitalized and data-driven environment.
When: Thursday, June 16th, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. What: Webinar - 2 hours Where: ZOOM platform
SESSION 2: EXPERIENCE SHARING - PROJECTS FEEDBACK
Participants (3 to 5 project holders) from Session 1 will be invited to share their current challenges and/or best practices so they can receive feedback from the rest of the group.
The case studies will be reserved for 3–5 of the selected established projects the participants are currently working on. Project selection will take place during the webinar on June 16th.
When: Tuesday, June 28th, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. What: Webinar - 2 hours Where: ZOOM platform
SESSION 3: MEETUP
Networking event during local music event allowing for participants to connect and follow-up with the wider group on the takeaways from the previous Sessions.
What: Meetup IRL during local music event
Yvan Boudillet, Head of Policy at Utopia Music
A creative industry expert with 18+ years of experience at the intersection of Music & Technology, Yvan Boudillet leads public policy at Utopia Music as well as their education efforts in relationship with the great variety of stakeholders across the music value chain.
Utopia aims to level up the Music Industry through clear, transparent, and reliable data-based solutions towards the mission to achieve ‘fair pay for every play’ globally. Prior to joining Utopia, Boudillet founded advisory company TheLynk, where he contributed to innovation efforts in the music ecosystem by enabling dialogue, experimentation and collaboration between Music organizations or institutions, artists and startups.