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August 19, 2019

Music Press Asia / Live / Opinion: "We believe in the music space in China," says Claire O'Shannessy. Photo credits: Leweilive.com / Splitworks United.
Music Press Asia / Live / Opinion: "We believe in the music space in China," says Claire O'Shannessy. Photo credits: Leweilive.com / Splitworks United.
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Musical Consistency, Cultural Vibrancy, And Courage (Part 2)

How do brands work with live music events?Claire O’Shannessy is the GM of Splitworks United, a Shanghai-based music promoter, festival operator, and creative agency focused on music-based activations and strategy.  Splitworks is also the organizer of the Concrete & Grass outdoor summer music festival for 5 years running.   Polar opposite to many music festival companies, Claire’s company works with…

TENGKU IRFAN MALAYSIA CONDUCTOR PLAYS RAVEL

Praised by The New York Times as “eminently cultured” and possessing “sheer incisiveness and power”, Malaysia conductor, composer and pianist Tengku Irfan makes routine appearance at Malaysian Philharmonia Orchestra. Irfan…

Music Press Asia: Tengku Irfan performs Ravel and Schumann with Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.
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Source: Wired Music Week
Source: Wired Music Week
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Editor’s Choice: Wired Music Week [Mar 7-10]

GET YOUR WMW CONFERENCE TICKETS HERE. GET YOUR WMW PARTY TICKETS HERE. WMW, founded by RBRN IDEAS [John Beh], amps up its second edition in 2019 with an earlier, and more extensive, conference session that saw over 600 attendees last year. Estimating over 2,000 attendees over the course of its four-day event this March 7-10, it aims to help connect…

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Wonderfruit Trumps Music Curation of the Year

This year’s Wonderers can expect to explore and be enthralled with Wonderfruit’s six pillars: the primary theme is Art & Architecture, together with Music, Farm to Feasts, Talks & Workshops,…

Futuro - X is a project in collaboration between Wonderfruit and The Waldorf Project
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Djakarta Warehouse Project Calls Bali Its New Home

In celebration of its 10th anniversary, and always striving to keep things fresh, Ismaya Group have not only announced a jaw-dropping line-up, but also the relocation of Djakarta Warehouse Project…

DWP festival year end makes a bold move from Jakarta to Bali.

Moogfest Stirs Durham Economy

This proves that a long-lasting music festival and conference can be an advantage to the local economy.  Moogfest, the annual celebration of the legacy of inventor and synthesizer pioneer Bob Moog,…

Moogfest attracted over 6,000 attendees this year alone.
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Editor’s Top Pick At Wonderfruit Festival

We picked five acts from the impressive lineup of indie, folk, pop and electronic names that we think were Wonderfruit’s best so far and why. Izzy Bizu [caption id=”attachment_1872″ align=”alignnone”…

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Top 8 Highlights Of 2017

Before the year marks its very last day, we’ve turned nostalgic and just wanted to say that the roller coaster ride was all worth it. As much as it was a huge success to celebrate our very first anniversary, it was without a doubt that…

Daito Manabe is one of our favourite gig to date. His work 'Nosaj Thing' is an innovative infuse the use of drones, lighting and dance.
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