Nordic Sound Conference: Going digital during Covid-19 (via link)

Invitation: Nordic Sound Conference: Going digital during Covid-19

Thursday the 28th of May, 15.00-17.00 via link

Covid-19 has meant cancellations and postponements of planned concerts and performances around the world.

At the same time, there is no doubt that this has also meant a tremendous acceleration of the orchestras' digital presence: new works are performed digitally, old recordings are being published, digital events and new meetings between artists and audiences are taking place on digital platforms.

On May 28th, Nordic Sound invites you to a digital (of course) conference where we can share our experiences and learn from each other. This is a chance for the orchestras to share your experiences and learnings from the Covid-19 period. The hope is that together we can carry on some of the good experiences and lessons that have been learned, also when the world is normalized.


Keynote: Andrea Zietzschmann, General Manager of Berliner Philharmoniker, will share insights and new learnings from the Covid-19 period.

Clemens Trautmann, President of Deutche Grammofon – will give us insights seen from the label.

Kim Bohr, Head of DRs orchestra’s and Concert Hall will give an overview from Public Service Orchestras from all over Europe.

Alejandra Solis, Business Development Manager Adagio, will talk about how they work with live streaming from various orchestras.

Hugo Dozzi, Head of Relations at Pindify, will give an introduction to the platform and it’s features

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The conference is for members and for friends of members only. Its free to participate at the conference!

On behalf of the board,

Eva Essvik
Chairperson, Nordic Sound

Nordic Sound aims at growing and facilitating the online viewing and listening of classical music. Nordic Sound work with orchestras, ensembles, concert venues, artist agencies, composer associations, copyright associations and technology partners around the world. The goal is to keep it simple for the users to experience classical music online. The organization is non-profit and is building on a philosophy of sharing technology and collaborate on content.