Faltam 7 dias para o MIL | Watch and Listen!

Faltam 7 dias para o MIL


A primeira edição do MIL - Lisbon International Music Network está quase aí! O festival e conferência internacional acontece nos dias 1 e 2 de junho em vários locais da capital. Os horários dos concertos e das conferências já estão disponíveis. 

O MIL pretende divulgar e valorizar a música popular contemporânea com origem nos países de língua portuguesa, tendo em conta a sua internacionalização. Assim, irá dividir-se em dois programas: o programa Pro e o programa artístico. O programa Pro é destinado aos profissionais de todos os setores da indústria musical, nacional e internacional, que contará com um programa de palestras e debates sobre alguns temas desta indústria. Já o programa artístico destina-se ao grande público é a parte com música ao vivo do festival. Ao longo destes dois dias irão haver mais de cinquenta showcases no Musicbox, Tokyo, B.Leza, Roterdão, Sabotage e Lounge. 

Horários dos concertos e distribuição por dias (cliquem nas imagens para verem maior): 




Programação dos debates e conferências: 


1 de junho



PRESENTATION | BRAZIL: 210 MILLION PEOPLE YOU DON’T KNOW, BUT YOU SHOULD
12.00 – 13.00 FUNDAÇÃO ARPAD SZENES - VIEIRA DA SILVA
What are the main characteristics and behaviours of the largest Portuguese-speaking music market? How does it relate to the rest of the world, and what are the best strategies to reach it? A panel of Brazilian professionals will talk about the actual market in Brazil and speak about the opportunities the music industry offers in the country.
*This panel was co-organized by MIL and Adriana Belic.

BUILD A BAND
ESPAÇO ATMOSFERAS | 14.00 – 15.00
Many artists build their careers in a particular place but, at the same time, they have ambition to go further afield and win international recognition. How does one plan an international campaign in a way that it reaches the main European and international markets? This talk gathers a panel of international experts and professionals from different sectors of the music industry, to present and talk about the various types of campaigns and key strategies to promote artists and their work internationally.

POLITICS AND CONTEMPORARY POP MUSIC: A POSSIBLE RELATIONSHIP?
CÂMARA MUNICIPAL DE LISBOA | 15.00 – 16.30
This session will explore the role of politics in the music industry, and consider how this relationship operates in different regions of the world. At a time where public subsidies for the cultural and creative sectors are decreasing, we need to think about new, alternative ways to distribute the available resources. Is there a better way of rethinking city planning and reassessing social and cultural politics, in order to achieve new cultural ambitions?
MIGUEL HONRADO, the Portuguese Secretary of State of Culture, will attend this discussion, with a brief introduction to the topic.

THE CREATIVE FORCE OF INDEPENDENT LABELS ON THE MUSIC MARKET
ESPAÇO ATMOSFERAS | 16.00 – 17.00
The advent of digital technology brought radical changes to the relationship between the different elements inside the music industry. In this debate, the role of the independent labels and their relationship with the music industry will be discussed. With the economic crisis, the major record labels partially resigned their role of monitoring artists they represented. Did these developments benefit or paralyse the progress of independent labels? How do these independent bodies contribute to the creative process? Moreover, how do they see their future in the digital era?

ARTIST’S RIGHTS IN THE DIGITAL ERA
ESPAÇO ATMOSFERAS | 18.30 – 19.30
For years, options for the future of the musical industry have been imagined. But the digital revolution disrupted the musical landscape. Commercial flows changed and are now in different hands. Transparency and equal distribution of the music industry's resources and revenues are some of the preoccupations that affect the industry in the digital era and will be debated in this session.


2 de junho

KEYNOTE: MARTIN ELBOURNE
FUNDAÇÃO ARPAD SZENES - VIEIRA DA SILVA | 11.00 – 12.00
Martin Elbourne is based in the UK and has over forty years of experience in the music industry. He is one of the main bookers for the Glastonbury Festival and is a Creative Director of The Great Escape Festival in Brighton. Martin was a co-founder of WOMAD Festival with Peter Gabriel and has been an agent for The Smiths and New Order. He has owned a record label and a music magazine, and has acted as a manager, agent, promoter, booker, international live music consultant and was commissioned to be the official ‘thinker in residence’, reporting on music policy, for the South Australian government. He is also working internationally as president of MusikThinkSki, music consultant to NH7 in India, ‘M for Montreal’ in Canada and for Music Cities Convention. Martin is an advisor to various governments for live music and is on the advisory board of both Music Glue and Sound Diplomacy.

THE ART OF PROGRAMMING
FUNDAÇÃO ARPAD SZENES - VIEIRA DA SILVA | 12.30 – 13.30
What are the main criteria for booking an artist for a festival? What are the possible scenarios? What problems and approaches can we anticipate? From sales to social media interaction and press coverage, which are the most relevant audience indicators? How does the relationship between the music programmer and the other professionals of the sector affect their work? These and other questions will be debated by a group of European programmers who will meet to talk about their work and share their vision about the main challenges of the art of music programming.


PRESENTATION | LUSOPHONE MARKET 2030 
ESPAÇO ATMOSFERAS | 14.00 – 15.00
The idea of a market with 270 million consumers is subject to debate and represents new opportunities. This session proposes a reflection on the main characteristics of the different Portuguese-speaking language markets.
*This panel was co-organized by MIL and Adriana Belic.

THE HAPPY CITY
CÂMARA MUNICIPAL DE LISBOA | 15.30 – 17.00
How can a city become more attractive to artists and the public? What factors and mechanisms are behind the transformation of a city into a creative and artistic hub? MIL’s first edition will bring together a group of professionals that will analyse these questions – approaching them through economical, political, artistic, social and demographic criteria from different cities of the world – to better comprehend the city as an important creative and artistic hub.


ARTISTS AND MANAGERS: REINVENTING A COLLABORATION IN PROGRESS 
ESPAÇO ATMOSFERAS | 16.30 – 17.30
One role of the manager is to adapt to the artist’s reality. Nowadays, the artist-manager relationship is constantly challenged by new elements like new technologies, the economic crisis or the countless possibilities that social networks provide. What is the primary role of a manager in an artist’s career? Fund debut singles? Negotiate new contracts? Produce videos and social media content? What is the manager’s role in collecting royalties and related rights? Does the manager need to master every trick in the industry’s commercial playbook? Based on these questions, the relationship between the artist and the manager will be debated, taking into consideration the constant mutations that the sector itself imposes upon the artist and the creative process, plus production and distribution.
*This panel curated by ETIC.

MUSIC: HISTORY AND TRENDS IN THE PORTUGUESE SPEAKING TERRITORY
PENSÃO AMOR | 17.30 – 18.30
Through history, different rhythms and cultures crossed paths in Portuguese speaking territories, leading to much diversity and new cultural expressions. In time these have been translated into innovative musical languages. In this debate, we propose a chronological journey through the history of Lusophonic sounds, guided by journalists and programmers who will share music and rhythms that mirror the originality and creativity of musical production in these countries.

PORTUGUESE MARKET: STATE OF THE ART 
ESPAÇO ATMOSFERAS | 18.30 – 19.30
 In this session, the Portuguese music industry will be debated. How well are we doing and where are we going? Through a reflection on the problems that affect the sector and an analysis of good practices, this conversation aims to examine the present and future the music industry in Portugal.
*This panel curated by Why Portugal.
 


Os bilhetes para o MIL encontram-se à venda nos locais habituais e no site Bol.pt. O Concert Ticket custa 20€ (apenas dá acesso aos concertos) e o Pro Ticket custa 40€ (com acesso aos debates, à lista de participantes profissionais e entra prioritária nos concertos). 

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