2014-04-15 Opening - Closing - off C:N - Mentoring
Classical:NEXT | 14 May - 17 May 2014 | Vienna, Austria
- Programme Updates and Mentoring
- Useful Information to Prepare Your Stay in Vienna
- Digital Content - two more 2013 conference sessions online
- International Arts Manager Magazine (Ad)
We have got so much to tell you that it is a challenge for us to write it all in a way that isn't challenging to read.
So let us just dive right in: we can now announce a last round of conference sessions; we've got details on the Classical:NEXT Opening and Closing concerts as well the “off C:N” showcases; and we're putting the call out to all potential mentorees to apply for slots at the Classical:NEXT Mentoring Sessions. Also we would like to help you plan your trip to Vienna with our full screen schedule and event checklist: What do you need to prepare, what to print, whom to write and what to do on site? Read on to learn more. And if you want to convince another colleague or partner of going to Classical:NEXT on short notice, this compilation of the benefits of joining the Classical:NEXT family might be helpful
the Classical:NEXT team
LUXEMBOURG, SOUTH KOREA, SWEDEN - ADDITIONAL PROGRAMME DETAILS
Luxembourg will present its music scene to the Classical:NEXT delegates at the opening night 14 May…
…And throughout the next days we are proud to announce wonderful additions to the programme. South Korea and Sweden will each host an “off C:N showcase” evening at this year’s edition…
…While Classical:NEXT will be seen of with a concert of Joby Burgess and a speech of Alan Fletcher, the whole closing event being moderated by David Baile (International Society for Performing Arts):
Also, Sinfini, Qobuz and Hello Stage will present their online services in “off C:N presentations” at the conference. See our just-published full screen online schedule for a full overview over the complete Classical:NEXT programme with links to all details:
Read more about the new programme parts in detail:
SIGN UP FOR FREE ROUNDTABLE AND ONE-TO-ONE MENTORING NOW
Ask the questions you always wanted to ask to an expert. Get the know-how you seek free of charge - either at a one-to-one mentoring (a private 15-minute consultation) or a roundtable (i.e. a collective Q&A session) with one of our special mentors from various fields and occupations.
All Classical:NEXT 2014 mentors and their respective areas of expertise:
- Anna Kleeblatt - Modern database marketing for audience development
- Magnus Still - Growing subscribers with a Subscription Builder Service
- Marina and Carolina Chew - Realising social change projects for children in underprivileged communities
- Stefan Piendl - Creating your own label as an orchestra (or not)
- Ivan Ilic - Hiring virtual assistants for small tasks as a self-marketing artist
- Davo van Peursen - Linking commissioners and composers online
Note that you can only select one mentoring slot as priority 1 and a second as priority 2 and that the sessions will be distributed according to capacity and on a 'first come, first served' basis. If you are interested in signing up for a mentoring slot please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
USEFUL INFORMATION TO PREPARE YOUR STAY IN VIENNA
With a only a few weeks to go until Classical:NEXT gets underway for 2014 (and the programme details now as good as finalised), the time is ripe to start planning your trip to Vienna.
We have just published a helpful checklist on our website with tips and suggestions to help you prepare for Classical:NEXT, including what to bring and how to make the most of your time there.
Take a look at our online checklist here:
To help schedule meetings with specific delegates in advance, log on to C:N NET (included as part of your registration) which contains the contacts and professional information of all Classical:NEXT attendees. Use C:N NET and its many opportunities to network more extensively with like-minded!
C:N NET delegate search tool:
Any questions? Cannot find your login data? Contact your C:N NET administrator, Julie Karmark Jensen, at email@example.com!
DIGITAL CONTENT - 2013 Conference Sessions
If you also cannot wait for the Classical:NEXT conference, you can now enjoy two more conference sessions of Classical:NEXT 2013 online.
- Learn about El Sistema Europe with Marshall Marcus
- Concert Hall Designing For Future Audiences with Rob Harris
INTERNATIONAL ARTS MANAGER (Ad)
International Arts Manager is proud to be media partner of Classical:NEXT 2014. Look out for your free copy of the magazine in your delegate pack at the conference in Vienna next month.
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We have a special offer for the Classical:NEXT community – save 15% on a subscription to International Arts Manager and also receive a free 6 month subscription to the digital edition.
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