A career as a producer of electronic music?

In cooperation with SUISA and the association “Cultures électroniques”, the Electron Festival, music festival for electronic music in Geneva, is going to organise a discussion panel on Saturday, 04 May 2019. It is the objective of the panel to show composers which means and ways they have available in order to support them for their professional career. Text by Erika Weibel

Electron Festival: A career as a producer of electronic music?

Electron Festival: SUISA panel with networking event on Saturday, 04 May 2019, in Geneva: “A career as a producer of electronic music? A real challenge!” ((Photo: Electron Festival)

The path to success is often strewn with stones for composers and requires a lot of resilience. Numerous successful Swiss producers of electronic music have also had this experience.

In the course of the 2019 Electron Festival, the music festival for electronic music in Geneva, various music producers are going to talk about their careers at a public SUISA panel. During their discussions with those in charge of funding institutions as well as with experts from the music industry, they are going to screen specific support options and jointly analyse the current situation of electronic music in Switzerland. The main objective of the discussion panel is to inform composers on the existing support infrastructure and to follow up on the question whether the existing structures are sufficient.

The audience is cordially invited to contribute its own experiences to the discussion. Once the panel has ended, there is an informal drinks reception offering the audience the opportunity to continue the conversation with those in charge of funding institutions and the artists.

The SUISA panel at the Electron Festival 2019

“A career as a producer of electronic music? A real challenge!”
takes place with a drinks reception afterwards:
on Saturday, 04 May 2019, 4.00pm, at Crea, Rue Eugene Marziano 25, in Geneva

Panellists:
Dominique Berlie, Cultural Counsel, Service culturel (SEC) of the city of Geneva
Marius Käser, Pop music, Pro Helvetia
Albane Schlechten, Director FCMA, Antenne Romande Swiss Music Export
Manuela Jutzi, Co-Managing Director, Helvetia Rockt

Participating music creators:
Deetron
Garance
Ripperton
Opuswerk
Ramin & Reda
Honorée & Kaylee

Presentation: Anne Flament (RTS-Couleur3)

The Electron Festival shall take place between 25 April and 05 May 2019 in Geneva. Further information on the Festival can be accessed here: www.electronfestival.ch

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