• NEXT EDITION
  • 16-19 MAY 2018
  • ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Classical:NEXT 2018 Programme Schedule

2018 Programme Schedule

- 16-19 May in Rotterdam - Register Today!
Quick jump:
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday


 

WEDNESDAY 16 MAY 

Showcase
Various Locations
Project Pitches
Willem Burger Zaal
Conference Room 1
Van Weelde Zaal
Conference Room 2
Plate Zaal
Conference Room 3
Van Rijckevorsel Zaal
Interactive Space
Willem Burger Foyer
Mentoring
Mees Zaal
20:00 What The France?! - Opening

20:00 - 20:30
Jurriaanse Foyer
Admission & Welcome Drink

20:30 – 21:15
Opening Concert – Jurriaanse Zaal
Juliette Hurel
(France/The Netherlands)
Quatuor Van Kuijk
(France)
Alexandre Tharaud
(France)
Les Voix Animées
(France)
           
21:00 21:15 - 23:00
Jurriaanse Foyer
Le Bistro Gourmand - French Food and Wine Reception
           

THURSDAY 17 MAY 

Showcase
Various Locations
Project Pitches
Willem Burger Zaal
Conference Room 1
Van Weelde Zaal
Conference Room 2
Plate Zaal
Conference Room 3
Van Rijckevorsel Zaal
Interactive Space
Willem Burger Foyer
Mentoring
Mees Zaal
10:00     10:00 – 10:30
Session 1
Classical:NEXT Orientation for New Delegates
The Classical:NEXT user's guide
Dautermann (US/Germany), Krause (Germany), Bräuer (Germany)

10:15 – 11:15
Conference Session 2
Biased?
A practical approach to increasing diversity in classical music
Adediran (UK), Eastburn (UK), Frost (UK)



10:45 – 11:45
Network Meeting
Live Delegate Structured Networking Session
hosted by EFA
Delaere (Belgium)
 
11:00              
12:00 12:00 – 12:30
Showcase – Eduard Flipse Zaal
Belle Chen (Australia/Taiwan/UK)

12:45 – 13:15
Showcase – Eduard Flipse Zaal
Derek Gripper (South Africa)
 

12:15 – 13:00
Network Meeting
Orchestra Network Meeting
Next Generation : Beyond Being a Brilliant Instrumentalist
Fanjas (France), Pemberton (UK)
12:00 – 13:00
Conference Session 3
Crossing the Pond
Navigating differences in European/American contemporary music presentation
Greenstein (US), de Ridder (Germany), Dauterman (US/Germany)
   
13:00  


13:30 – 15:00
Project Pitches
My Name is Floria (Italy/UK)
Pleasure Garden (Australia)
Chamber Made/Permission to Speak (Australia)
Lumens by Video Phase (Canada)
El Sistema Greece (Greece)
Cryptic Presents “See You Later” (United Kingdom)
Hesbjerg revisited by Via Artis Konsort (Denmark)
      13:00 – 14:00
off C:N Presentation
Who Said That the French Market Was Inaccessible?
France: A strong cultural identity - Keys to understanding the specificities of the French Market
Hondré (France), Martin (France), Tanguy (France), Thonon (Belgium/France), Le Bris (France)
13:00 – 13:45
Mentoring
Roundtable Mentoring
Harvey (UK), Komendarek-Tymendorf (Poland), Lomholt (Denmark)
14:00         14:30 – 15:30
Session 4
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
The classical music dilemma: artistic commitment or business achievement?
Martinelli (Brazil), Durette (France)
14:30 – 15:45
Session 5
Opportunities for Artists and Labels in Streaming
The birth of the new album format, playlists, playlisting, and more
Ferguson (US/UK), Lees (UK), Fleury (UK), Ganz (US)
 
15:00     15:00 – 15:45
Session 6
Drumming Up Support
Crowdsourcing classical music projects
Caro (UK), Calverley (UK/Australia)
15:15 – 16:15
Session 7
The Researching Orchestra
Innovative collaborations between orchestras and knowledge institutions
Rosu (Germany/The Netherlands), Spronck (The Netherlands)
    Port of Rotterdam Foyer
15:00 – 16:00
Reception
'Meet the Fellows'
16:00     16:00 – 16:45
Session 8
Do You Want Me?
An interactive workshop
Plana (Spain/Germany), Molina (Spain)
16:30 – 17:30
Session 9
Video for a Mobile World
How can we create video that engages new audiences with classical music?
Swedrup (Sweden/UK)
  16:00 – 16:45
Network Meeting
Asia Pacific Basin Network Session
Strengthening connections, sharing our experiences
Davis (Fiji/Australia)
 
17:00     17:00 – 18:00
off C:N Presentation
Contemporary Music: France and Export
Who said France was not open to the world?
Barthélemy (France), Martin (Germany/France), Clerc (France), Pecqueur (France), John (Senegal/France)
   17:00 – 17:45
Conference Session 10
Epic Fail I: Bullshit
(and how to avoid it)
Doe (UK), Johnson (UK)
 
18:00        
19:00    
     


20:00 20:00 – 20:30
Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Edge Ensemble (The Netherlands)

20:45 – 21:15
Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
B3: Brouwer Trio (Spain)
       
 
21:00 21:30 – 22:00
Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Cuarteto Q-Arte (Colombia)
 
     
22:00 22:15 – 22:45
Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Kirill Richter (Russia)

22:30 – late
DJ Showcase – WORM
Harriet Moss
(UK)
Eleanor Ward
(UK)
 
     
23:00 23:30 – 24:00
Club Showcase – WORM
Molly Joyce (USA)
 
     
00:00 00:15 – 00:45
Club Showcase – WORM
Abraham Brody (Lithuania/USA)
 
     

FRIDAY 18 MAY 

Showcase
Various Locations
Project Pitches
Willem Burger Zaal
Conference Room 1
Van Weelde Zaal
Conference Room 2
Plate Zaal
Conference Room 3
Van Rijckevorsel Zaal
Interactive Space
Willem Burger Foyer
Mentoring
Mees Zaal
10:00     10:00 – 11:45
Session 11
Postcard Pitch Session
TBC
Souza (Brazil), Saad (Syria/The Netherlands), Siu (Hong Kong), Chan (Hong Kong), Siu (Hong Kong), Urrutia (Chile)
10:45 – 11:45
Session 12
Culture and Business: How to Speak the Same Language?
Collaboration with business for sustainable future of classical music
Fiebig (Poland), Lejman (Poland)
  10:15 – 11:00
Network Meeting
Music Export Offices: Enhancing Competitiveness Or Rigging It?
Challenging the music export development models for classical music
Sillamaa (Estonia)
 
11:00         11:00 – 12:00
Conference Session 13
Classical Music for Young Audiences
A chance to reinvent the classical concert format?
Thunnissen (The Netherland), Sticklies (Germany/Luxemburg), Hansen (Germany/The Netherlands)
11:15 – 12:15
Network Meeting
IAMIC Network Meeting: Information on Music! Who Needs It?
Challenging the music information service model in a data driven society
Davis (Fiji/Australia)
 
12:00 12:00 – 12:30
Showcase – Eduard Flipse Zaal
PEP (Piano and Erhu Project) (Canada)

12:45 – 13:15
Showcase – Eduard Flipse Zaal
Fundament (Belgium)
  12:00 – 13:00
Network Meeting
ABO and FEVIS Network Meeting: Small Is Beautiful
Freelance Orchestras and the Heineken Effect
Burke (UK)
12:00 – 13:00
Conference Session 14
Print Is Dead! Long Live Print!
Unlocking the potential of the concert programme book
Chan-Hartley (Canada)
12:15 – 13:00
off C:N Presentation
European Agenda for Music - Let's Join Voices!
How to implement concrete measures of the European Agenda for Music?
Jakobi (Germany), Coninx (Belgium)
 

Hudig Zaal
13:00 – 15:30
Dignity at Work
Closed door meeting for
orchestras only
Fanjas, Pemberton
13:00
13:30 – 15:00
Project Pitches
Hwaeom Residency (South Korea)
A Marvelous Order (United States)
The Nutcracker and I, by Alexandra Dariescu (UK)
Unknown, I Live With You (Belgium)
Concerto for iPad and Orchestra (the Netherlands)
She She Pop & zeitkratzer: The Ocean is Closed (Germany)
Sukebeningen (Japan/the Netherlands)
      13:00 – 13:45
Mentoring
Roundtable Mentoring
Roese (Germany), Walsh (Belgium/The Netherlands), Hédin-Christophe (France), Clerc (France)
14:00       14:45 – 15:45
off C:N Presentation
Digital innovation : New Tools, Old Tricks?
Is digital innovation offering a true revolution: for musicians? For instrument practice? For education?
Garnier (France), Rivas (France), Lemoine (France), Rousseau (France), Guitet (France)
 
15:00     15:45 – 16:45
off C:N Presentation
Who Said France Was Not Up for Business?
Examples in live classical music production
Hédin-Christophe (France), Rébus (France), Vassal (France), Voisin (France)
15:15 – 16:15
Session 15
The Good (old) Days
The current state of the recording industry. It's really not that bad!
Long (UK), Cohen (Japan/UK)
  15:00 – 15:45
Network Meeting
Conservatoires and the Industry: Why So Little Engagement?
Exploring a paradigm shift: the music conservatoire as an ‘agent of change’
Bahanovich (US/UK)
 
16:00
    16:30 – 17:30
Session 17
Changing Minds and Policy Through Cultural Diplomacy
Afghan Women's Orchestra "Zohra" at the World Economic Forum
Lustig (US), Sarmast (Afghanistan), Daswani (UK/Switzerland)
16:00 – 17:15
Conference Session 16
Approaching New Classical Music Listeners Online
A workshop structuring know-how and research on online behavior to better understand the potential of art music in digital
Bräuer (Germany), Würmeling (Germany)
16:00 – 16:45
Network Meeting
Festivals Network Meeting
Eye-to-eye with your fellow programmers
Delaere (Belgium)
 
17:00     17:00 – 18:00
Network Meeting
Indie Classical Network Meeting
The Third Edition - The network in action
Prokofiev (UK)

  17:00 – 18:00
Session 18
Epic Fail II: Assholes
(and how to avoid them)
Doe (UK), Bowron (UK)
 
18:00  
       
19:00          


 
20:00 20:00 – 20:30
off C:N Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Chloe & Vassilena Serafimova
(France)

20:45 – 21:15
off C:N Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Quatuor Hermès
(France)
       
 
21:00 21:30 – 22:00
off C:N Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Accroche Note
(France)
 
     
22:00 22:30 – late
DJ Showcase – WORM
Gabriel Prokofiev
(UK)
Mr Van Walsh
(UK/Belgium/The Netherlands)
 
     
23:00 23:30 – 24:00
Club Showcase – WORM
VEIN Plays Ravel (Switzerland)

00:15 – 00:45
Club Showcase – WORM
John Kameel Farah (Canada/Germany)
 
     

SATURDAY 19 MAY 

Showcase
Various Locations

  Conference Room 1
Van Weelde Zaal
Conference Room 2
Plate Zaal
Conference Room 3
Van Rijckevorsel Zaal
   
10:00     10:00 – 11:15
Session 19
Play!
Working with heterogeneous groups: A theatrical work/play session
Lucassen (Germany)
10:15 – 11:15
Session 20
CTRL – ALT – COMPOSE
What does it take to be a composer in the 21st Century?
Ferguson (Ireland), Farah (Canada/Germany), Whiteside (UK)
10:30 – 11:15
Network Meeting
Latin America Network Meeting
Urrutia (Chile)
   
11:00              
12:00              
13:00 13:00 – 14:00
Closing Showcase – Willem Burger Zaal
Roomful of Teeth (USA)
2018 Innovation Award Ceremony
           

Last updated: 10 April 2018

Classical:NEXT 2018 Programme Schedule

2018 Programme Schedule

- 16-19 May in Rotterdam - Register Today!
Quick jump:
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday


 

WEDNESDAY 16 MAY 

Showcase
Various Locations
Project Pitches
Willem Burger Zaal
Conference Room 1
Van Weelde Zaal
Conference Room 2
Plate Zaal
Conference Room 3
Van Rijckevorsel Zaal
Interactive Space
Willem Burger Foyer
Mentoring
Mees Zaal
20:00 What The France?! - Opening

20:00 - 20:30
Jurriaanse Foyer
Admission & Welcome Drink

20:30 – 21:15
Opening Concert – Jurriaanse Zaal
Juliette Hurel
(France/The Netherlands)
Quatuor Van Kuijk
(France)
Alexandre Tharaud
(France)
Les Voix Animées
(France)
           
21:00 21:15 - 23:00
Jurriaanse Foyer
Le Bistro Gourmand - French Food and Wine Reception
           

THURSDAY 17 MAY 

Showcase
Various Locations
Project Pitches
Willem Burger Zaal
Conference Room 1
Van Weelde Zaal
Conference Room 2
Plate Zaal
Conference Room 3
Van Rijckevorsel Zaal
Interactive Space
Willem Burger Foyer
Mentoring
Mees Zaal
10:00     10:00 – 10:30
Session 1
Classical:NEXT Orientation for New Delegates
The Classical:NEXT user's guide
Dautermann (US/Germany), Krause (Germany), Bräuer (Germany)

10:15 – 11:15
Conference Session 2
Biased?
A practical approach to increasing diversity in classical music
Adediran (UK), Eastburn (UK), Frost (UK)



10:45 – 11:45
Network Meeting
Live Delegate Structured Networking Session
hosted by EFA
Delaere (Belgium)
 
11:00              
12:00 12:00 – 12:30
Showcase – Eduard Flipse Zaal
Belle Chen (Australia/Taiwan/UK)

12:45 – 13:15
Showcase – Eduard Flipse Zaal
Derek Gripper (South Africa)
 

12:15 – 13:00
Network Meeting
Orchestra Network Meeting
Next Generation : Beyond Being a Brilliant Instrumentalist
Fanjas (France), Pemberton (UK)
12:00 – 13:00
Conference Session 3
Crossing the Pond
Navigating differences in European/American contemporary music presentation
Greenstein (US), de Ridder (Germany), Dauterman (US/Germany)
   
13:00  


13:30 – 15:00
Project Pitches
My Name is Floria (Italy/UK)
Pleasure Garden (Australia)
Chamber Made/Permission to Speak (Australia)
Lumens by Video Phase (Canada)
El Sistema Greece (Greece)
Cryptic Presents “See You Later” (United Kingdom)
Hesbjerg revisited by Via Artis Konsort (Denmark)
      13:00 – 14:00
off C:N Presentation
Who Said That the French Market Was Inaccessible?
France: A strong cultural identity - Keys to understanding the specificities of the French Market
Hondré (France), Martin (France), Tanguy (France), Thonon (Belgium/France), Le Bris (France)
13:00 – 13:45
Mentoring
Roundtable Mentoring
Harvey (UK), Komendarek-Tymendorf (Poland), Lomholt (Denmark)
14:00         14:30 – 15:30
Session 4
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
The classical music dilemma: artistic commitment or business achievement?
Martinelli (Brazil), Durette (France)
14:30 – 15:45
Session 5
Opportunities for Artists and Labels in Streaming
The birth of the new album format, playlists, playlisting, and more
Ferguson (US/UK), Lees (UK), Fleury (UK), Ganz (US)
 
15:00     15:00 – 15:45
Session 6
Drumming Up Support
Crowdsourcing classical music projects
Caro (UK), Calverley (UK/Australia)
15:15 – 16:15
Session 7
The Researching Orchestra
Innovative collaborations between orchestras and knowledge institutions
Rosu (Germany/The Netherlands), Spronck (The Netherlands)
    Port of Rotterdam Foyer
15:00 – 16:00
Reception
'Meet the Fellows'
16:00     16:00 – 16:45
Session 8
Do You Want Me?
An interactive workshop
Plana (Spain/Germany), Molina (Spain)
16:30 – 17:30
Session 9
Video for a Mobile World
How can we create video that engages new audiences with classical music?
Swedrup (Sweden/UK)
  16:00 – 16:45
Network Meeting
Asia Pacific Basin Network Session
Strengthening connections, sharing our experiences
Davis (Fiji/Australia)
 
17:00     17:00 – 18:00
off C:N Presentation
Contemporary Music: France and Export
Who said France was not open to the world?
Barthélemy (France), Martin (Germany/France), Clerc (France), Pecqueur (France), John (Senegal/France)
   17:00 – 17:45
Conference Session 10
Epic Fail I: Bullshit
(and how to avoid it)
Doe (UK), Johnson (UK)
 
18:00        
19:00    
     


20:00 20:00 – 20:30
Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Edge Ensemble (The Netherlands)

20:45 – 21:15
Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
B3: Brouwer Trio (Spain)
       
 
21:00 21:30 – 22:00
Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Cuarteto Q-Arte (Colombia)
 
     
22:00 22:15 – 22:45
Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Kirill Richter (Russia)

22:30 – late
DJ Showcase – WORM
Harriet Moss
(UK)
Eleanor Ward
(UK)
 
     
23:00 23:30 – 24:00
Club Showcase – WORM
Molly Joyce (USA)
 
     
00:00 00:15 – 00:45
Club Showcase – WORM
Abraham Brody (Lithuania/USA)
 
     

FRIDAY 18 MAY 

Showcase
Various Locations
Project Pitches
Willem Burger Zaal
Conference Room 1
Van Weelde Zaal
Conference Room 2
Plate Zaal
Conference Room 3
Van Rijckevorsel Zaal
Interactive Space
Willem Burger Foyer
Mentoring
Mees Zaal
10:00     10:00 – 11:45
Session 11
Postcard Pitch Session
TBC
Souza (Brazil), Saad (Syria/The Netherlands), Siu (Hong Kong), Chan (Hong Kong), Siu (Hong Kong), Urrutia (Chile)
10:45 – 11:45
Session 12
Culture and Business: How to Speak the Same Language?
Collaboration with business for sustainable future of classical music
Fiebig (Poland), Lejman (Poland)
  10:15 – 11:00
Network Meeting
Music Export Offices: Enhancing Competitiveness Or Rigging It?
Challenging the music export development models for classical music
Sillamaa (Estonia)
 
11:00         11:00 – 12:00
Conference Session 13
Classical Music for Young Audiences
A chance to reinvent the classical concert format?
Thunnissen (The Netherland), Sticklies (Germany/Luxemburg), Hansen (Germany/The Netherlands)
11:15 – 12:15
Network Meeting
IAMIC Network Meeting: Information on Music! Who Needs It?
Challenging the music information service model in a data driven society
Davis (Fiji/Australia)
 
12:00 12:00 – 12:30
Showcase – Eduard Flipse Zaal
PEP (Piano and Erhu Project) (Canada)

12:45 – 13:15
Showcase – Eduard Flipse Zaal
Fundament (Belgium)
  12:00 – 13:00
Network Meeting
ABO and FEVIS Network Meeting: Small Is Beautiful
Freelance Orchestras and the Heineken Effect
Burke (UK)
12:00 – 13:00
Conference Session 14
Print Is Dead! Long Live Print!
Unlocking the potential of the concert programme book
Chan-Hartley (Canada)
12:15 – 13:00
off C:N Presentation
European Agenda for Music - Let's Join Voices!
How to implement concrete measures of the European Agenda for Music?
Jakobi (Germany), Coninx (Belgium)
 

Hudig Zaal
13:00 – 15:30
Dignity at Work
Closed door meeting for
orchestras only
Fanjas, Pemberton
13:00
13:30 – 15:00
Project Pitches
Hwaeom Residency (South Korea)
A Marvelous Order (United States)
The Nutcracker and I, by Alexandra Dariescu (UK)
Unknown, I Live With You (Belgium)
Concerto for iPad and Orchestra (the Netherlands)
She She Pop & zeitkratzer: The Ocean is Closed (Germany)
Sukebeningen (Japan/the Netherlands)
      13:00 – 13:45
Mentoring
Roundtable Mentoring
Roese (Germany), Walsh (Belgium/The Netherlands), Hédin-Christophe (France), Clerc (France)
14:00       14:45 – 15:45
off C:N Presentation
Digital innovation : New Tools, Old Tricks?
Is digital innovation offering a true revolution: for musicians? For instrument practice? For education?
Garnier (France), Rivas (France), Lemoine (France), Rousseau (France), Guitet (France)
 
15:00     15:45 – 16:45
off C:N Presentation
Who Said France Was Not Up for Business?
Examples in live classical music production
Hédin-Christophe (France), Rébus (France), Vassal (France), Voisin (France)
15:15 – 16:15
Session 15
The Good (old) Days
The current state of the recording industry. It's really not that bad!
Long (UK), Cohen (Japan/UK)
  15:00 – 15:45
Network Meeting
Conservatoires and the Industry: Why So Little Engagement?
Exploring a paradigm shift: the music conservatoire as an ‘agent of change’
Bahanovich (US/UK)
 
16:00
    16:30 – 17:30
Session 17
Changing Minds and Policy Through Cultural Diplomacy
Afghan Women's Orchestra "Zohra" at the World Economic Forum
Lustig (US), Sarmast (Afghanistan), Daswani (UK/Switzerland)
16:00 – 17:15
Conference Session 16
Approaching New Classical Music Listeners Online
A workshop structuring know-how and research on online behavior to better understand the potential of art music in digital
Bräuer (Germany), Würmeling (Germany)
16:00 – 16:45
Network Meeting
Festivals Network Meeting
Eye-to-eye with your fellow programmers
Delaere (Belgium)
 
17:00     17:00 – 18:00
Network Meeting
Indie Classical Network Meeting
The Third Edition - The network in action
Prokofiev (UK)

  17:00 – 18:00
Session 18
Epic Fail II: Assholes
(and how to avoid them)
Doe (UK), Bowron (UK)
 
18:00  
       
19:00          


 
20:00 20:00 – 20:30
off C:N Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Chloe & Vassilena Serafimova
(France)

20:45 – 21:15
off C:N Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Quatuor Hermès
(France)
       
 
21:00 21:30 – 22:00
off C:N Showcase – Jurriaanse Zaal
Accroche Note
(France)
 
     
22:00 22:30 – late
DJ Showcase – WORM
Gabriel Prokofiev
(UK)
Mr Van Walsh
(UK/Belgium/The Netherlands)
 
     
23:00 23:30 – 24:00
Club Showcase – WORM
VEIN Plays Ravel (Switzerland)

00:15 – 00:45
Club Showcase – WORM
John Kameel Farah (Canada/Germany)
 
     

SATURDAY 19 MAY 

Showcase
Various Locations

  Conference Room 1
Van Weelde Zaal
Conference Room 2
Plate Zaal
Conference Room 3
Van Rijckevorsel Zaal
   
10:00     10:00 – 11:15
Session 19
Play!
Working with heterogeneous groups: A theatrical work/play session
Lucassen (Germany)
10:15 – 11:15
Session 20
CTRL – ALT – COMPOSE
What does it take to be a composer in the 21st Century?
Ferguson (Ireland), Farah (Canada/Germany), Whiteside (UK)
10:30 – 11:15
Network Meeting
Latin America Network Meeting
Urrutia (Chile)
   
11:00              
12:00              
13:00 13:00 – 14:00
Closing Showcase – Willem Burger Zaal
Roomful of Teeth (USA)
2018 Innovation Award Ceremony
           

Last updated: 10 April 2018