SonarPro, in collaboration with the Business Development Service of the ICEC, the Institute for Cultural Businesses, presents a new session of Digital Music 2.0., with debates and lectures with leading figures from the world of music in Spain and internationally. In 2012, Digital Music focuses its programme on a single day with two keynote speakers:
Thursday, 14th June at the MACBA Auditori.
4:00pmReception of Participants
4:30pmMusicians Go to the Cinema
“Don’t Think” is the first film featuring the prestigious British duo The Chemical Brothers, directed by film-maker and video artist Adam Smith. In this presentation, there will be discussion, among other matters, of the reasons that lead a group to create its own film and the transfer between the two increasingly connected disciplines: music and film.
With Joanna Puglisi (Senior Director of Music for Film & Television, Universal), Adam Smith (director of the documentary “Don’t Think” about the Chemical Brothers) and Roger Roca (curator of the IN-EDIT festival and director of the TV programme Sputnik).
Moderator: Juan M. Freire (journalist).
6:15pmUnexpected Connections: Music and Football
Marcos Cuevas (CEO of Layers) interviews Dídac Lee, renowned entrepreneur, creator of several international companies in the sector of new technologies and currently director of the Department of New Technologies of FC Barcelona. Lee will be discussing the features and innovations that the world of football and its marketing can bring to the music industry.
Check all participants’ bios here.
How to register?
If you already have your SonarPro 2012 accreditation, you just need to send us an e-mail (email@example.com) with the subject heading “Digital Music 2.0/12” and your name, surname, company, post, e-mail and telephone number. You will receive a confirmation e-mail from the DM2.0/12 team shortly afterwards..
Only for professionals with prior registration
Limited places: 200 per session
There will be a simultaneous translation service (English, Catalan, Spanish)
Thursday, 14th June from 1.30pm to 3pm
at the MACBA Auditori
at the MACBA Auditori
Alex Loscos (BMAT)
Scott Cohen (The Orchard)
Michael Breidenbrücker (RjDj)
Matthew Hawn (Last.fm)
Michela Magas (Stromatolite)
Robert Kaye (MusicBrainz)
Oliver de Simone (Webdoc)
Chaired by: Jamillah Knowles (BBC)
MIReS is a project funded by the European Commission which seeks to define the challenges of the future presented by the music technology landscape.
The MIReS project is a coordination and support initiative funded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission (FP7-ICT-2011.1.5-287711)