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Rethink Music Valencia – Presented by the Global Entertainment and Music Business program

Friday, April 26, 2013 - 10:00am
Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía
1 Avenida Autopista del Saler
Valencia, , 46013

Rethink Music Valencia is a one-day workshop focusing on soliciting and testing new business models for the music industry. Join us to be a part of analyzing and building a new music ecosystem on April 26.

The day will feature a keynote speech from Jim Griffin, who is working with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) on the Global Repertoire Database (GRD), followed by a panel discussion from music industry executives, and an afternoon hands-on work session focusing on entrepreneurship and new business models.

Tickets and more information are available at rethinkmusicvalencia.com. The event is free for the first 50 registrants and 25€ thereafter. Tickets are available at http://rethinkmusicvalencia.eventbrite.com/.

Also at Rethink Music Valencia, a framing paper about a research project Berklee Valencia global entertainment and music business graduate assistants are conducting. This research explores current and future music consumption.

To participate, take a 10-minute survey. Participants can win a $50 or 50€ gift certificate (depending on residency) to Amazon.com.

For more information and tickets, visit: rethinkmusicvalencia.com/ or the event's Facebook page.

Admission: 1st 50 tickets are free, General Admission 25 euros

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