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At the 2022 M4Music SUISA panel Julie Born, Henrik Amschler, Loris Cimino, Evelinn Trouble and moderator Nina Havel (pictured from left to right) discussed the topic of “How Streaming is Changing Songwriting.”
Photo: Nina Müller
Text by Erika Weibel
This yearʼs M4music Festival will take place on Friday and Saturday, March 24/25, 2023, at Schiffbau, Moods and Exil in Zurich. The Migros ‘Kulturprozent’ Festival sees itself as a platform for exchange, information and talent promotion.

Once again this year, the Swiss music scene can benefit from a multifaceted conference programme featuring numerous panel discussions, workshops and coaching sessions on current topics, as well as many networking opportunities. In addition, more than 40 national and international music acts will play on the stages of the pop music festival during the two days.

At SUISA, we would like to particularly highlight our panel this year and the “networking aperitif” for professionals:

SUISA Panel – “SUISA: 100 years of enabling music. What challenges does the future hold?”
Friday, 24 March, from 3:30 to 5:00 pm at Moods.
In the course of the SUISA centenary celebrations, we present a panel discussion on the first day of the festival with a quick glimpse into the past and a an outlook into the future: After a brief retrospective on SUISA’s 100-year history, a panel of experts will discuss which technologies will successfully lead the music industry into the future, how artificial intelligence will influence music creation and what role NFTs could play in the future for composers’ revenues.

SUISA – Aperitif for professionals
Friday, 24 March, 2023, at 7:00 pm at the Schiffbauhalle in Zurich.
The hall is located at the rear end of the Schiffbau foyer.

Tickets and professional passes as well as information about the festival are available on the M4music website:

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