The first Romanian music export in the entrepreneurial area announces its call for music fans, who play either solo or in a band.
Romanian Music Export, whose launch event will take in Sibiu, on July 27, at the East European Music Conference, will put five Romanian artists/bands face to face with promoters, producers, managers and booking agents from the European musical industry. Any band in Romania can sing up, provided their music is an original creation.
The artist selection will be done in two stages. During the first stage, a jury made out of producers, journalists, representatives of festivals and concert venues in Romania will make a short list for the second stage, when an international jury will chοose the five bands that will play on July 26, in Sibiu.
Bogdan Serban – Radio Guerrilla, Mihai Tița – journalist, Mihai Dinu – eclecticfm.ro, Norbert Tako – PLAI Festival, Andi Vanca – Electric Castle, Guido Janssens – Emagic, Dudu Radoslav – Made In TM, Andrei Coste – Stereo Beasts, Ioana Moldoveanu – Local Rec, Florin Oslobanu – Club Control, Teodor Negrea – Form Space and Ștefan Zaharescu – Rockstadt are the 12 jurors in the national jury for Romanian Music Export.
The deadline is April 30, 2018. The short list from the local jury will be announced on May 18, 2018. The final list, selected by the international jury, will be announced on June 7, 2018.
East European Music Conference brings together representatives of large European festivals, producers and managers form the European musical industry, in a large event, unique for Romania. EEMC is the place where artists, managers, producers and cultural operators in Romania have the opportunity of meeting and initializing collaborations with the conference special guests.
The conference in Sibiu is organized in partnership with AROC – the Romanian Association of Concerts and Cultural Events Organizers, which includes among its founding members some of the most important promoters in Romania like Emagic, Electric Castle, Summerwell, ARTmania, Blaj aLive or Twin Arts. EEMC is a project supported by Kaufland Romania.
Tickets are already available online for 190 lei for the three days. One ticket grants access to Romanian Music Export Showcase and days 1 & 2 of EEMC. Buying an EEMC tickets offers the possibility of buying an ARTmania Festival ticket at the special price of 110 for the two festival days.
East European Conference takes place the same time as the ARTmania Festival, contributing to the transformation of Sibiu, through art and music in a true European Capital of Culture.