MusicDish e-Journal - December 21, 2014
MusicDish Advertising Network
» HOME » INSIDER SCOOP » CAREER TIPS » MUSIC SPOTLIGHT » MUSICDISH*CHINA
» INDUSTRY INTERVIEWS » NEWS BEAT » DIGITAL SKOOL » OPEN REVIEW » MUSICDISH EDELWEISS
Search MusicDish e-Journal (Advanced)
Subscribe To MusicDish e-Journal
About | Contact | Advertise | RSS | Submit Article | Submit News | Artist Development | Premium PR Distribution
Mi2N | MusicDish*China | MusicDish Network | MusicDishTV | Urban Music News Network

Talking Taiwan @ CMJ: Asia's Growing Marketplace
The panel will focus on collaborative projects that can help American musicians enter the Taiwanese and broader Asian markets
By Eric de Fontenay (Founder & Publisher)
(more articles from this author)
2013-10-01
Comment | Email | Print | RSS

On October 16th, CMJ will host the panel "How Taiwan Is Using Concert Collaboration To Bridge Markets" at NYU's Kimmel Center from 3:30-4:30pm. The panel will focus on the interactions and differences of the music scenes/industries in Taiwan and the US, and the implications for American artists wishing to Enter Asia's growing music market.

Several artists such as Wang Leehom and Miss Ko have started their careers in the US only to reach stardom in Taiwan, while companies such as GCA Entertainment have been developing collaborative projects between U.S. and Taiwanese musicians. The panel will include musicians and executives sharing their first-hand experiences on both sides of the Pacific as well as on collaborative projects that can help American musicians enter the Taiwanese and broader Asian markets.

How Taiwan Is Using Concert Collaboration To Bridge Markets
Moderator: Eric de Fontenay, MusicDish
Ed Yen, GCA Entertainment (Taiwan)
Taiwanese-American female rapper Miss Ko (Taiwan)
Award-winning singer-songwriter Joanna Wong
Jack Hsu, lead artist for NY-based Hsu-nami
Derek Graham, Vertusent Music Group
Rabbi Darkside, CMJ-charting rapper

Taiwan Music at CMJ 2013 is supported by the following organizations: Radionomy, Hip Hop USA, HYPE Magazine, AsianinNY and Yibada.

Contact info:
Eric de Fontenay
MusicDish
Tel: 718-278-0662
ecfont@musicdish.net


Home » MusicDish*China » Talking Taiwan @ CMJ: Asia's Growing Marketplace
Permalink:http://www.musicdish.com/mag/?id=13479
Email |Print |Comment |RSS

back | top


MusicDish Advertising Network

MusicDish*China

» The Connect Sessions: An Extravaganza Presented by SPIN and Powered by Microsoft

» BMG Signs Worldwide Rights Management Deal With Chinese Music Company Giant Jump

» Incisors Break Through The Dawn With Their Debut Album On Nov. 28

» The First Chinese Rock Exhibition Launched in Beijing

» The Modern Musical Magi Of Beijing

MusicDish*China Directory



» [2014-12-20] Is Nashville's New "It" City Status Threatening Its Musical Roots?; In Nashville's Progress V. Preservation Debate, The Home Turf For Blues 'n' Roots Master Stacy Mitchhart Is At The Epicenter Of The Battle

» [2014-12-19] The Connect Sessions: An Extravaganza Presented By SPIN And Powered By Microsoft; The Connect Sessions: An Extravaganza Presented By SPIN And Powered By Microsoft

» [2014-11-20] BMG Signs Worldwide Rights Management Deal With Chinese Music Company Giant Jump; BMG Will Exclusively Manage All Giant Jump's Recording And Music Publishing Rights, Both Domestically And Internationally

» [2014-11-20] CMA Gives Snapshot Into Music Discovery Behavior; While AM/FM Radio Ranked No. 1 As A Music Source, Streaming Apps And TV Drove Higher Levels Of New Artist Discovery Compared To Radio

» [2014-11-13] How To Manage Your Talent: FIVE Realistic Tips For Success; Talent Agent, Motivational Speaker And Author Of Come Fly With Me... Michael Bublé's Rise To Stardom (A Memoir)

» [2014-11-13] Executive Wach: Villanova University School Of Law, Mozart's Estates Theatre, Universal Music Publishing Group, Music Group, HighVolMusic, New West Records; Villanova University Law Professor; Stage Director Of Don Giovanni Production; UMPG Special Advisor; Music Group Snr Manager, Professional Division For Asia Pacific; HighVolMusic Talent Relations VP; New West Records President

» [2014-11-13] PRS Guitars Amps Up 30 Years Of Manufacturing; The PRS US-made 30th Anniversary Core Model Is A Prime Example Of How Paul And The Craftsmen At PRS Keep Focused On Providing The Best Possible Instruments

» [2014-11-09] Spotify Overtakes ITunes In Europe For Kobalt; Spotify Revenues Surpass ITunes Revenues In Europe By 13% For Kobalt Clients

» [2014-11-06] Incisors Break Through The Dawn With Their Debut Album On Nov. 28; Incisors Break Through The Dawn With Their Debut Album On Nov. 28

» [2014-11-04] The First Chinese Rock Exhibition Launched In Beijing; "Serve The Rock" Exhibition Showcases Rare Collections And Documents From Major Historical Events In The Development Of Chinese Rock

» [2014-11-02] CIAM Congress Meets In Nashville To Discuss Music Copyright In The Digital Age; Fair Trade Music Project Unanimously Adopted To Promote Fair Trade Remuneration For Creators

» [2014-11-01] The Modern Musical Magi Of Beijing; Djang San Will Be Performing At Yugong Yishan On November 26 As Part Of The Dong Dong Music Festival And Convention
MusicDish Advertising Network

follow MusicDish on
Follow MusicDish on Twitter

Mi2N Music PR

Darrell Cole's "Swahili" Fights Negative African Stereotypes

The Inspiration Behind The Versions Of "Santa Baby" Remakes... Hint, Never Marilyn Monroe!

China Arts Foundation International 2015 New Year's Concert

EVENTIDE UPDATES TIMEFACTOR WITH NEW LOOPER

The New Black 7 Release "God Willin' And The Creek Don't Rise" EP

Indie Act Automatik Eden Garner Rave Reviews For Both EP And Video With Their New Release "Gold To Straw"

Luna Sopor Releases Second Album - Cobalt - Rock

EVENTIDE ANNOUNCES H9 MAX



Websites: Mi2N | MusicDish*China | MusicDish Network | MusicDishTV | Urban Music News Network
Services: Submit Article | Submit News | Submit Video | Artist Development | Premium PR Distribution

Copyright © 1997-2014 MusicDish LLC., all rights reserved.
About MusicDish e-Journal | Contact Us | Advertise | RSS | Internships