Diversity and the arts in times of populism will be key topics at the 2017 Classical:NEXT Conference. Further sessions will address the future roles of key sectors such as journalism (+ community PR), concert halls (+ alternative spaces), publishing and more.
Fruitful conversations from the last years, e.g. on technology and the indie-classical movement will be continued and new country or regional focusses will be introduced.
Photo: James Fleury founder of Nouvague, a new music marketing agency based in the UK and Los Angeles, speaking at Classical:NEXT 2017
photo credit: Sim Canetty Clarke
article submitted by:Paul Bräuer, Piranha Arts