Classical:NEXT logo2014 Programme Schedule


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  MAK Columned Main Hall
Opening
MAK Lecture Hall
Conference Sessions, Video Showcases, Film Screenings, Closing
MAK Conference Room 1
Conference Sessions
MAK Conference Room 2
Conference Sessions
MAK Lounge
Mentoring
Porgy & Bess
Live Showcases
Musikverein (Metallener Saal)
off C:N showcases
Wiener Konzerthaus (Berio–Saal)
off C:N showcases

WED 14 MAY

19:30 19:30 – 22:30
Opening with TASTE Luxembourg Reception

Keynote: Thomas Hampson (US)

Live Showcases:
Artemandoline (Luxembourg)
Jean Muller (Luxembourg)
United Instruments of Lucilin (Luxembourg)
Cathy Krier (Luxembourg)
             

THU 15 MAY

11:00   11:00 – 11:45
Conference Session 1
Korean New Waves in Classical Music
Comparative study of the classical music and concert market in Korea
M.-S. Park (South Korea)
11:00 – 11:45
Conference Session 2
Continuous Innovation
How programmers and music makers embrace genuine entrepreneurialism
D. Pay (Canada), S. Hickey (US)
         
12:00   12:00 – 12:45
Conference Session 3
The Night Shift
Old music for new audiences
W. Norris (UK)
12:00 – 12:45
Conference Session 4
The Future is Audio-Visual
How to succeed in financing your audio-visual music production
F. Patay (Austria)
12:00 – 12:45
Conference Session 5
Tech Express 1
24classics.com
Using the internet to seduce a new classical music audience
C. Haitjema (The Netherlands)
Audience and Revenue Development
How to increase ticket sales and revenue: best practice strategies
A. Kleeblatt (Germany), W. A. Graf (Austria)
       
13:00
13:00 – 13:45
Conference Session 6
Programming for Live, Broadcast and Digital Audiences
Developing arts presentations for the modern consumer
Ch. Gruits (US)
13:00 – 13:45
Conference Session 7
Network Meeting
Education Innovators Network Meeting
Classical music education now and in the future
R. Kojima (Japan)
13:00 – 13:45
Conference Session 8
Earning Money With Your Music
The benefits offered to composers by collective management societies
G. Graninger (Austria), A. Koblanck (Austria)
       
14:00       14:00 – 14:45
Conference Session 9
Network Meeting
A Strong Global Network
An introduction to IAMIC's future projects and plans
S. Eastburn (UK)
14:00 – 15:30
Mentoring Session
One-to-One Mentoring
I. Ilic (Serbia/US/France), A. Kleeblatt (Germany), S. Piendl (Germany)
     
15:00   15:00 – 15:45
Conference Session 10
Classical Subscription: The Future or the Enemy?
Does the streaming/subscription model work for classical music?
Ch. O'Reilly (UK), Ch. Widauer (Austria), S. Long (UK), J. Sacks (The Netherlands)
15:00 – 16:00
Conference Session 11
All in the Same Boat?
Music education and the value-chain of classical music
A. Thilo (Germany), K.-M. Hartig (Germany)
         
16:00   16:00 – 16:45
Conference Session 12
NEXT:Generation Artists
Who will they be and how will we find them?
S. Barthelmes (Germany/UK), U. Savery(Denmark), Ch. Kuyvenhoven (The Netherlands)
16:30 – 17:00
off C:N Presentation
Sinfini Music: Making Classical Music Digital
From concept to reality: a new digital platform for classical music
T. Poyser (UK)
         
17:00       17:00 – 18:00
off C:N Presentation
Creating Value for the Classical Recorded Music Industry
The Qobuz tools, projects, new features and international openings
Y. Riesel (France)
   
18:00   18:00 – 20:00
Film Screening
Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender
with producer Joss Crowley
       
19:00    
      19:00 – 19:45
off C:N Showcase Sweden

Das Orchester

40f

There Are No More Four Seasons
 
20:00           20:30 – 21:00
Live Showcase
Hiroaki Takenouchi (Japan/UK)

21:10 – 21:40
Live Showcase
Joan Marti-Frasquier (Spain)

22:00 – 22:30
Live Showcase
Matthias Jakisic "Jig" (Austria)

22:40 – 23:10
Live Showcase
Kristallkvartetten (Sweden)
 
  MAK Columned Main Hall
Opening
MAK Lecture Hall
Conference Sessions, Video Showcases, Film Screenings, Closing
MAK Conference Room 1
Conference Sessions
MAK Conference Room 2
Conference Sessions
MAK Lounge
Mentoring
Porgy & Bess
Live Showcases
Musikverein (Metallener Saal)
off C:N showcases
Wiener Konzerthaus (Berio–Saal)
off C:N showcases

FRI 16 MAY

11:00   11:00 – 11:45
Conference Session 13
Catalist Brasil: A Transformative Vision of the Future
How can classical music play a significant role in the 21st century?
C. Becker (Brazil/Germany), H. Fischer (Brazil), L. Carvalho (Brazil), D. Chew (Brazil)
11:00 – 11:45
Conference Session 14
Who's Listening?
Reach, relevance and re-invention
M. Pemberton (UK), C. Mera-Nelson (UK)
11:00 – 11:45
Conference Session 15
The New Creativity
Why staring thoughtfully out of the window is business-vital
J. Inverne (UK), E. Fraad (Ireland)
       
12:00   12:00 – 12:45
Conference Session 16
What's Next For Composers?
With boundaries loosening, will sounds and practice radically change?
P. Wiegold (UK), R. Barrett (UK/Germany), E. Harnik (Austria)
12:00 – 12:45
Conference Session 17
Network Meeting
Panorama Brazil
Connect to the Brazilian classical music scene
T. Cury
12:00 – 12:45
Conference Session 18
Tech Express 2
The Music Animation Machine
A GPS for music
E. Abelin (Switzerland), B. Walsh (UK/The Netherlands)
Hello Stage
Hello Stage is the first online platform for classical musicians
B. Kerres (Austria)
       
13:00
13:15 – 14:15
Video Showcases
Nikola
Paternel, a chamber opera
dolce risonanza & Profeti Della Quinta
ensemble rhapsodie
JETZT – a New Opera
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
13:00 – 14:00
Conference Session 19
Using Data to Understand Audiences
Insights into data-driven audience development
S. Eastburn (UK), N. Sherrard (UK)
         
14:00
      14:00 – 14:30
Mentoring
Roundtable Mentoring
D. van Peursen (The Netherlands), M. Still (Finland), C. & M. Chew (UK/Brazil)
     
15:00   15:00 – 15:45
Conference Session 20
Doing it Yourself
When traditional record company models no longer work, what next?
J. Jolly (UK), M. Tritschler (Germany), G. Prokofiev (UK), J. Anderson (US/Italy)
15:00 – 15:45
Conference Session 21
Network Meeting
Future of the Orchestra
The survival of a very special landscape
A. Richter (Germany)
         
16:00
16:00 – 16:45
Conference Session 22
Tragedy or Chance?
Older audiences in classical concerts
C. Dürer (Germany), J. Gilhooly (Ireland/UK), M. Naske (Austria)
16:00 – 16:30
off C:N Presentation
MeloMe
The first streaming platform exclusively devoted to classics and jazz
G. Cooper (UK)
         
17:00      
 
   
18:00   18:00 – 20:00
Film Screening
Gergiev - A Certain Madness
with director Alberto Venzago

        18:00 – 19:00
off C:N Showcase Korea

June–Hee Lim

Won Il

Soo–Nyeon Jeong

Ji–Young Lee

Kwon–Soon Kang

Gamin

Jinsang Lee

Joon–Ho Shim

19:00
             
20:00
 
    20:30 – 21:00
Live Showcase
Powerplant (UK)

21:10 – 21:40
Live Showcase
Daniel Murray (Brazil)

22:00 – 22:30
Live Showcase
Plenum + Katharina Ernst (Slovenia/Germany/Mexico/Austria)

22:40 – 23:10
Live Showcase
Voix de Stras' (France)
   
21:00
           
  MAK Columned Main Hall
Opening
MAK Lecture Hall
Conference Sessions, Video Showcases, Film Screenings, Closing
MAK Conference Room 1
Conference Sessions
MAK Conference Room 2
Conference Sessions
MAK Lounge
Mentoring
Porgy & Bess
Live Showcases
Musikverein (Metallener Saal)
off C:N showcases
Wiener Konzerthaus (Berio–Saal)
off C:N showcases

SAT 17 MAY

11:00     11:00 – 11:45
Conference Session 23
Classical Music is Dead
Long live classical music!
B. Walsh (UK/The Netherlands)

         
12:00 12:00 – 13:00
Networking Farewell
MAK Foyer Lecture Hall

 
13:00 13:00 – 14:00
Closing Speech and Concert
moderated by David Baile (Canada/US)
Concert: Joby Burgess (UK)
Speaker: Alan Fletcher (US)
 
14:00