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IFAS is at Moshito Music Conference and Exhibition 2015!

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10 – 12 September 2015
Johannesburg


Since 2004 Moshito Music Conference and Exhibition has established itself as Africa's premiere music industry event. With a purpose to broaden the business intelligence of music industry professionals in Africa, strengthen business networks for participants and inform delegates, traders and the public about the multifaceted and dynamic nature of the global music industry.

Moshito, Africa's Premier Music Conference and Exhibition, will be celebrating its 12th year since its inception. The event will take place from the 10th to the 12th of September 2015 and this year's theme is 'From Kwela to Hop: The Great South African Songbook'.
This is an important milestone for Moshito and the conference recognizes the timelines that have carved the cultural and music landscape of this country. Moshito will, through its inaugural Moshito Music Festival: The Great South African Songbook, on 12 September, recognize those musicians that defined the narrative of our music heritage, from Kwela music, Bubble Gum, Afro-Pop, Kwaito, Hip-Hop and other defining music genres such as traditional music and Gospel.

This year, on top of a two day conferencing at SABC Radio Park Moshito presents Moshito Music Festival: The Great South African Songbook, a Jazz Night at the Market Theatre, a Concert in the City and more...

IFAS will be represented at Moshito by Claire Métais, project manager, who will take part in the session untitled "Live Music and Funding: The Inseparable Twins" on 11 September at 16h30 at M1 STUDIOS, SABC Radio Park.

 

For more information:
Website: http://www.moshito.co.za
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Moshito.Otswela.Pele
Twitter: https://twitter.com/moshito_music
Instagram: https://instagram.com/moshito_conference/

 

The Breathe Sunshine African Music Conference and Moshito Music Conference & Exhibition are proud to announce a three year partnership deal. The deal formalizes an already existing strategic relationship and is a powerful step to uniting the often fractured music industry.
The partnership will facilitate a continued flow of information and knowledge exchange and the two parties will share expertise and resources with the united goal of developing, educating and growing the South African and greater African music markets.

 

10 – 12 September 2015
Johannesburg

Since 2004 Moshito Music Conference and Exhibition has established itself as Africa’s premiere music industry event. With a purpose to broaden the business intelligence of music industry professionals in Africa, strengthen business networks for participants and inform delegates, traders and the public about the multifaceted and dynamic nature of the global music industry.

 

Moshito, Africa’s Premier Music Conference and Exhibition, will be celebrating its 12th year since its inception.  The event will take place from the 10th to the 12th of September 2015 and this year’s theme is 'From Kwela to Hop: The Great South African Songbook'.
This is an important milestone for Moshito and the conference recognizes the timelines that have carved the cultural and music landscape of this country. Moshito will, through its inaugural Moshito Music Festival: The Great South African Songbook, on 12 September, recognize those musicians that defined the narrative of our music heritage, from Kwela music, Bubble Gum, Afro-Pop, Kwaito, Hip-Hop and other defining music genres such as traditional music and Gospel.
 
This year, on top of a two day conferencing at SABC Radio Park Moshito presents Moshito Music Festival: The Great South African Songbook, a Jazz Night at the Market Theatre, a Concert in the City and more…

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