NEW MUSIC SEMINAR
JUNE 21-23, 2015 | WYNDHAM NEW YORKER HOTEL
New Music Seminar (NMS) is an annual music conference and festival acting as a catalyst for change in the music industry. From breakout indie artists to visionary CEOs and executives, NMS is where high-level discussions and interaction will help craft solutions for the era of music business. Taking place in NYC June 21-23, 2015, NMS is dedicated in exploring new ways to support artists, exchange business ideas, and showcase the next generation of stars. The conference is held at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel and the New Music Nights Festival featuring the NMS Artist on the Verge Project will take place at various venues in Manhattan.
For three days and nights, NMS tackles key challenges and discussions on how to generate greater revenue, and restore the music business back to its former glory. You will hear discussions and debates which concern the future of streaming and with Apple and Google announcements coming soon, this are the time we look towards getting 100 Million Subscribers, which will increase nearly $6 Billion in revenue to the Music Business.
Two companies from Taiwan are invited to join the event this year with the help of Taipei Cultural Center. They are Neutron Innovation (BVI) Ltd. and THE WALL MUSIC:
Neutron Innovation (BVI) Ltd. has been the forerunner of trends. With its professionalism in strategic integration, financial and legal services, and horizontal communication, Neutron Innovation (BVI) Ltd. has been helping the creative and entertainment business with overall planning, investment strategy and operation in Taiwan. Several business divisions are under the umbrella of Neutron Innovation (BVI) Ltd. At the core is StreetVoice.com, a cradle for up and coming musical talents. Life/Live is a division for lifestyle promotion, containing Simple Life Festival, Legacy Live House and Good Cho’s, a dining and comprehensive channel.
Starting from a single live house in Taipei, THE WALL MUSIC has grown to become a leader and major tastemaker in Taiwan’s music scene. THE WALL first opened its doors in 2003 with a die-hard commitment to promote indie music in Taiwan and grow together with the scene. The club regularly hosts a full range of musical styles. Musicians and fans alike consider THE WALL to be Taiwan’s foremost performance venue, both for its professionalism and its programming. The dedication to advancing music culture comes through in the way it works closely with local and international acts, showcasing local talent on one hand, while also organizing big concerts and music festivals that have put Taiwan’s name on the international map.
The Taipei Cultural Center of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York (TCC of TECO in New York) plays a significant role in enhancing Taiwan’s image through promoting international cultural exchanges. To cope with the new trend of global cultural competition, the Taipei Cultural Center has been actively bringing Taiwan’s cultures to the east coast of USA.
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Chrissy Borsellino - Chrissy@CatalystGroupPR.com