Are you an independent artist who wants to break into the German music market? Germany is one of the biggest music markets in the world with a music scene incorporating everything from classical to electronic music. But to become a part of this market as an independent artist can be a challenge and it is not always clear what the best approach to it is.
In this talk we will give an update on how Danish music is doing in Germany and in which parts of the German music scene Danish artists are doing well. Many musicians have a well-going carrier on the German market but are barely known to the Danish audience. But how can artists without a big lable break through in Germany? This and many other questions will be discussed by Autor's Head of Chair Lasse Matthiessen, Danish and German players from the music industry and artists:
- Which genres are popular in Germany?
- What are the best strategies to be noticed by professionals in the German music industry?
- Hpw can independent artists build a fan base in Germany?
- What are some of the unique challenges that independent artists meet when they try to enter the German market?
What role do social media and online platforms play in promoting independent music in Germany?
Join in for this session to receive a lot of perspectives on a different approach to create a carriere south of the Danish border.
Verena Post, Artist Manager, Neubau Music Management & POST Mgmt
Thomas Rohde, CEO, MXD
Christoph Pancke, Managing Director, Selective Artists
Giuliana Jacobi, Head of PR & Radio Promoter, Community Promotion
Lasse Matthiessen, Head of Chair, Autor
The talk will be in English.
Presented by Autor in cooperation with Promus og SPOT+