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Un-Convention Hub Moscow
December 1, 2013 10:25


International Music Festival - Un-Convention Hub Moscow will be held within the framework of the "Night of Arts” on November 2-3, 2013. It is a series of music events aimed specifically at the grass roots of the industry, the goal of Un-Convention is to bring together like minded individuals to discuss the future of independent music.

The aim of the festival is to unite all the participants of music industry: artists, producers, representatives of the recording studios and record labels, promoters and industry experts. During these two days there will be round-table discussions, lectures, webinars and workshops. There will also be a special record of all the musicians who take part in the festival in order to release an album after that.

The objectives of the Un-Convention Hub Moscow are the following:
- Promotion of authentic music and young artists
- Union of the musical community
- Discussion of the role of media support in the development of contemporary music culture
- Introduction of participants to the music community with the possibilities of implementation and monetization of their creativity with the usage of relevant tools and services
- Activation of the dialogue between Russian and international music community

Un-Convention is a not for profit global grassroots and independent creative membership organization. It crowd sources from it’s community for ideas that will help independent music makers, producers and communities. These could be initiatives such as the development of touring networks or ideas for content at Un-Convention events or ideas for where to hold Un-Conventions.

Un-Convention has already happened 29 times around the globe in three years. Un-Convention happens over five continents and in cities from Swansea to Sao Paulo. It annually involves 1,500 artists and bands, 16,400 participants, 36,000 gig goers and 140,000 people online. Of those attending Un-Convention, 40% of people are from disadvantaged backgrounds. Un-Convention takes its events into favelas, barrios, communities and to the streets to reach marginalised people. Un-Convention empowers individuals to change their lives through music and access to knowledge, and promotes the ethos of working together and collaboration to enhance communities.

Participants of the Un-Convention Hub Moscow are:
Ruth Daniels (Un-Convention, Global Music Network, In Place of War)
Luke Bainbridge (The Guardian, Festival No. 6)
Jon McClure (Reverend and The Makers)
Vincent Millioud (Switzerland)
Oleg Nesterov ( SnegiriRekords )
Alexey Nikolaev (Individual Expert of music market)
David McFadden (Professor, University of California , FarFromMoscow)
Festival "Avant - fest"
Representatives of the labels FancyMusic, Kotarecords
Music journalists
Representatives of the Department of Culture of Moscow

Jon McClure (Reverend and the Makers)
Vincent Millioud
Bio Trio
Surfing Dog

The Business School RMA professor, an independent music market expert, Alexey Nikolaev remarked the importance of the educational component in improving communication between the local music scene participants. "Today the lack of knowledge about the way the music industry works, often hinders communication of musicians, producers, record labels, and the audience. Musicians do not understand how to organize the distribution of its records, the audience does not understand how the musicians earn their money. My lectures are aimed at telling simple words young musicians and the audience, how the music business works, what is the scheme of the processes in the music community. In an atmosphere of easy communication together we formulate relevant questions and find the answers. This format of interaction helps to acquire new knowledge and improve communication "- comments Alexey Nikolaev.

2 November: from 12.00 to 23.00.
3 November: from 12.00 to 23.00.
The concerts start at 19.00.

Tickets price:
For the lecture part (12.00-15.45) free admission.
For the practical course (16.00-23.00) - workshops, film screenings, a concert - 500 rubles.
Subscription for 2 days - 800 rubles.
Subscription for two days at a discount (for students) - 600 rubles.


2 November: from 12.00 to 23.00.

2 November: from 12.00 to 23.00.

2 November: from 12.00 to 23.00.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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