Programme

Module I
7–9 November 2019: Self-Reflection and Networking

This module will include a lecture on the diversity of European music markets as well as extensive coaching and peer-to-peer learning sessions on topics such as self-reflection, strategic networking, the development of a career roadmap, exchange of knowledge and information regarding diverse national music sectors; as well as provide an opportunity to exchange experiences with well-established musicians and music industry protagonists.

Lecturers and facilitators:

Sally-Anne Gross, University of Westminster

Aliette Dörflinger, economist, trainer and facilitator

 

Digital hangout I
December 2019: Taxes and Social Security Systems (online)

This webinar session will provide information and exchange on tax and social security systems.

Lecturer:

Helge Hinteregger, mica – music austria

 

Module II
9–11 January 2020: “Hard Skills” for Independent Work

This module will include input on the economics of music and hands-on workshops on business model development, market analysis, and project financing; it will also address crowdfunding and fundraising with sponsors and international foundations, as well as provide an opportunity to exchange experiences with well-established musicians and music industry protagonists.

Lecturers:

Dagmar Abfalter, mdw – Department of Cultural Management and Gender Studies

Peter Tschmuck, mdw – Department of Cultural Management and Gender Studies

TBA, international expert

 

Digital hangout II
February 2020: Preparation of Final Presentations
(online)

Discussion and peer exchange on preparing the final presentations.

 

Module III
27–29 February 2020: Self-Marketing & Final Presentations

This module will include input on self-marketing and promotion in the music business (both online and offline), theatre-based training, and final presentations by the participants.

Lecturers:

Michaela Rosen, actor and trainer

Christoph Gruber, mica – music austria

 

Digital hangout III
April 2020: Follow-Up on the Training Programme and Mentoring Process (online)

Discussion and peer exchange with regard to learning experiences.

 

International Mentoring Programme

Participants are offered mentoring by an experienced person of their own choice from their respective fields in order to ensure the sustainability of the training course and to provide opportunities for reflection.

 

All in-person teaching modules will take place on the premises of the mdw – University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna or mica – music austria in Vienna, Austria.

 

 

For more information please contact:

tuningin@mdw.ac.at