Early Bird conference tickets on sale now + announcement two new conference items
On 25 and 26 June, inJazz – an initiative by Buma – transforms the city of Rotterdam into the European capital of jazz and beyond! The Early Bird conference tickets for Holland’s celebrated showcase, conference and networking event are on sale now! Also two conference programme items are announced and professionals from Spain and Portugal are invited to join the event for free. As usual inJazz will serve as the prelude for a two-week jazz dream, followed by North Sea Round Town and the NN North Sea Jazz Festival.
Early Bird conference tickets
In the month of March, a limited amount of Early Bird tickets for the conference is on sale. A small registration fee of € 35 gives delegates admission to the conference, access to the inJazz delegates database (throughout the year), access to the matchmaking sessions and the network sessions. Students pay only € 15. What to do during the conference on Friday 26 June? Well, how about seek advice, tips and pointers from Europe’s most knowledgeable professionals in the business? Panels, matchmaking sessions and presentations will give the delegates all the information to pursue a successful career.
Early Bird conference tickets: injazz.nl/tickets
Announcement of the first two conference programme items
Back by popular demand: ‘Music Rights on Tour’. At last year’s inJazz conference, three rights societies offered insights into everyone’s favourite subject: payment. Dutch saxophonist Benjamin Herman was subjected to an administrative health check, which resulted in many an eye-opener for him as well as the audience. There is more money to be collected from Buma/Stemra, Sena and NORMA than most of us know! That is why inJazz asked Music Rights on Tour to swing by the conference again this year, with another major player from the Dutch jazz scene.
‘Sketches of Spain: meet the festivals’, the second conference programme item inJazz likes to announce. inJazz invites a group of Spanish jazz professionals who will give an overview of the country’s traditions, structures and challenges in the jazz field. The talk will be moderated by Hans Mantel, a bassist and conservatory teacher who has long played and worked in Spain himself. Representatives from Madrid Community, Catalonia, Andalusia, Galicia and other regions are available during inJazz 2020 matchmaking sessions too.
More information: injazz.nl/conference
Music professionals working in jazz and/or world music in Spain or Portugal are offered to visit inJazz 2020 for free. This year’s conference has special attention for jazz and jazz related talent from the Iberian peninsula, with professionals on several panels explaining about the scene in their countries and regions. The inJazz festival programme features carefully selected acts from Spain and Portugal in our Europe inJazz line-up. The conference in Rotterdam consists of two days and nights with lots of networking, matchmaking sessions and inspiration. Interested professionals can send an e-mail with their contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org.