The annual Rio Music Conference has revealed its panelists and workshops for 2017 that will showcase the scope of dance music culture at one of the world’s most renowned conferences.
Set to take place February 15 to 17 at the Museu de Arte, the event hosts industry professionals and visionaries who participate in a series of workshops, discussions, speed coaching sessions and conferences covering the world of electronic music.
This year the panelists include industry leading Brazilian DJs Gui Boratto, Anderson Noise and Amanda Chung along with Renato Ratier, owner of Brazil’s top club and label D Edge. Plus Universal Music's Luis Estrada, ADE director Richard ZIjlma, founder and CEO of 411 Music Kristen Agee and Alex Jukes from Jukebox PR will also share their knowledge.
Attendees will be able to learn about Digital Crate Digging - Sourcing and Breaking New Talent, offering DJs and producers a chance to share their demos with experts to get feedback. There will also be a talk with Roland Leesker, founder and CEO of Get Physical, and Jessica Ibgui, Creative Manager/Head of Business Development at Budde Music France discussing how “publishers are the new labels”, among other workshops.
Find out more about Rio Music Conference here.