Programme

For our English speaking friends – please note, that you will be able to rewatch all lectures with English subtitles later in November.

MAIN HALL

10:00 – 11:00
Keynote interview

How is the ongoing crisis affecting the music industry? Do individual countries help the cultural sector or not? And how will the 2021 season go? The director of Rock for People festival and the founder of Nouvelle Prague Michal Thomes and the director of the famous Slovak festival Pohoda Michal Kaščák will debate about this. They will invite guests as well.

Michal Thomes (Rock for People, Ameba Production)

Michal Kaščák (Pohoda festival),

& guests Codruta Vulcu (Artmania), Marek Vohralík (Let It Roll, FESTAS)

Language: CZ, SK, EN

Supported by Jump – European Music Market Accelerator

 

11:15 – 12:15
With or without a label?

How can a music label help musicians in their careers? What’s in the power of a label? On the contrary, what does the artist himself have to work on? How to distribute? And what about music in movies, series, commercials, or games? Speakers in the panel are Petr Ostrouchov (Animal Music), David Landštof (Tranzistor), and Shina (Slnko Records).

Hosted by: Dan Dudarec (Minority Records)

Petr Ostrouchov (Animal Music)

David Landštof  (Tranzistor)

Shina (Slnko Records)

Language: CZ, SK

 

12:30 – 13:30
Rap at the top: Czech rap in 2020

In recent years, rap has become a dominant genre in the Czech Republic, which is proved on sales charts as well. What does the current Czech rap scene look like and what trends will set the direction? Jakub Šíma’s (Radio Wave, Full Moon Magazine) guests will be Hugo Toxxx – Veteran of the Czech rap scene and the founder of Hypno 808 label, who is experimenting in his work and looking for new sounds. He invited a bunch of young producers and rappers to host on his last years’ album 1000, for which he received not only enthusiastic responses but also an Anděl award. Annet X, a singer who can do much more than intelligent pop. Her new album is produced by multitalented Radimo (ex Champion Sound) with his worldwide experiences, and fans are already looking forward to the fusion of rap and pop.  Last but not least, Daniel Nádler, a music enthusiast who decided to finish his music management studies in London to establish the music label Kolektiv X in the Czech Republic. All this because he sees the massive potential in the scene.

Hosted by: Jakub Šíma (Radio Wave, Full Moon Magazine)

Hugo Toxxx (Hypno 808)

Daniel Nádler (Kolektiv X)

Radimo (musician, producer)

Language: CZ

 

13:45 – 14:45
Music media for artists and organizers

Do you have a recording, but you don’t know how to get it into the media? Do you organize an event and want to let the general public know about it? Who to contact to get your work to the right places? How to address the media, and why it pays off to keep track of cultural media and journalists?

Musician and producer Margo is going to interview representatives of the Czech and Slovak media – Jana Kománková (Protišedi, Radio 1), Michal Pařízek (Full Moon Magazine), and Zdeněk Lichnovský (Radio 1).

Hosted by: Aneta Martínková (Margo)

Jana Kománková (Protišedi, Radio 1)

Honza Vedral (Headliner)

Michal Pařízek (Full Moon Magazine)

Zdeněk Lichnovský (Radio 1)

Language: CZ

 

15:00 – 16:00
Ecological and sustainable tours and music events

Who doesn’t love festivals? Our planet. Festivals, clubs, and bands around the world will sooner or later have to become sustainable and to reduce environmental impact. In this panel, we will discuss not only the common methods of green strategies at festivals but also visions for the future and creative ways to increase awareness of sustainability.

Hosted by: Brenda Dobrovics (Rock for People)

Jan Douwe Kroeske (Double 2 BV Mediaproducties)

Veronika Jirků (Let It Roll)

Faas Moonen (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Michal Sládek (Pohoda Festival)

Language: EN

Supported by Jump – European Music Market Accelerator

16:15 – 17:15
How did the coronavirus crisis affect the booking of artists?

No other sector in the creative industries suffers as hard as touring. The post-covid world of concerts and festivals will never be the same – what are the new opportunities for promoters, agents, and artists? Do virtual reality concerts and live streams offer an attractive alternative for fans and a good business model for creators? How will the income of artists and the responsibilities of music professionals change? Will the path to and from the crisis be in monopolies or decentralization? This panel with international agents and promoters will focus mainly on what the world of booking will look like in the next ten years and what we can prepare for together.

Hosted by: David Čajčík (Heartnoize Promotion, Roxy Prague)

Lucy Atkinson (Earth Agency)

Balász Soós (A38)

David Urban (D Smack U)

Steve Zapp (International Talent Booking)

Language: EN

Supported by Jump – European Music Market Accelerator

 

17:30 – 18:30
LISTENING SESSION

Hosted by: Anna Mašátová (Nouvelle Prague Conference directress)

Michal Berezňák (Sharpe festival, LALA Slovak Music Export)

Beata Hlavenková (composer, musician, pianist)

Dany Stejskal (Headliner magazine)

James Thornhill (freelance music journalist, Proxy Music)

Language: CZ, EN


 

Workshop room

11:15 – 12:15
Touring guide SK/DE/PL

Concerts abroad at this time? It seems like a utopia. However, a last-minute tour organization rarely works, and it is good to be prepared. Personal tips and observations will be revealed by representatives of Slovakia, Poland, and Germany.

Hosted by: Anna Mašátová

Touring Guide Slovakia: Saša Pastorková (Spectaculum)

Touring guide Poland: Tamara Kamińska & Marek Hojda (Music Export Poland)

Touring guide Germany: Marcus Fitzgerald (Gigmit, Ines)

 

Language: EN, SK

Supported by Jump – European Music Market Accelerator

12:30 – 13:30
Speedmeeting with labels

Language: EN, CZ

13:45 – 14:45
Speedmeeting with clubs and festivals

Language: EN, CZ

16:15 – 17:15
Speedmeeting with music media

Language: EN, CZ

Supported by Jump – European Music Market Accelerator


 

Cube

11:15 – 12:15
How to promote music on YouTube

How can musicians fully prosper from YouTube? What not to forget when promoting a new recording? How to stay in touch with the fans at a time when concerts are not possible? YouTube certified trainer Andrea Hurychová will guide you through the YouTubes music world and show you examples of creative music content.

Andrea Hurychová (YouTube certified trainer and influencer marketing expert)

Language: CZ

 

12:30 – 13:30
Czech and Slovak club scene

Based on what club bookers choose artists? How are the clubs doing at this time? Will they survive? Can they plan future gigs? Will the formation of a club association change the scene?

Hosted by: Vašek Kokeš (Fource Entertainment)

Martin Kozumplík (BACH – Brněnská asociace clubové hudby, Kabinet Múz, Smile Music)

Tibor Zelenay (Blue Note Jazz and Music Club, Open Jazz Fest, Asociace hudobných klubov SK)

Language: CZ, SK

 

13:45 – 14:45
Musician and organizer in the land of grants

How to get grants for musicians and organizers? Where to look for open calls and how to avoid basic mistakes? A practical guide to grants for beginners and advanced hosted by Jana Michalcová (Heartnoize Promotion).

Hosted by: Jana Michalcová (Heartnoize Promotion)

Monika Klementová (Czech Music Export Office – SoundCzech)

Jiří Pilip (Ministry of Culture Czech Republic)

Jakub Nový (Svaz autorů a interpretů, Česká obec hudební)

Language: CZ, SK

 

15:00 – 16:00
Social media for musicians and organizers

Are you lost in social media? Or do you want answers to some of your questions? Jan Zápotocký (Colors of Ostrava, Scale) as a host of Eliška Vidomus will reveal in this panel how to effectively use social media in the music industry.

Hosted by: Eliška Vidomus (musician, journalist)

Jen Zápotocký (Colours of Ostrava, Scale)

Language: CZ

 

16:15 – 17:15
JUMP Music accelerator session

Closed session enter here

Language: EN

Supported by Jump – European Music Market Accelerator

 ⭐ Programme changes may occur as a result of current situation.