Selam attending the Music Cities Convention in Brighton

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Selam’s director Teshome Wondimu and project manager Johan Egerbladh Eurenius are attending the Music Cities Convention at Komedia in Brighton, UK, wednesday 13 May.

At the convention Teshome and Johan will be doing a presentation on Selams projects in Addis Ababa, explain how they work and how they relate to using the music industry to  being a part of  making Addis a place for cultural development and exchange.

About Music Cities Convention:

Music Cities Convention is the world’s first conference focusing on the relationship between city planning, strategy, development and the music industry.

From venue and community space development to education, employment, event provision, licensing, regulation and demographics, city tourism, soft power and brand development, music industries impact a number of issues prevalent in city planning, strategy, regulatory and legislative aspects.

Music Cities Convention will bring together the top minds from municipalities, regions, academics, consultancies and the music industry to discuss, debate and  introduce new thinking, action and structure to develop more vibrant, global cities.

Held alongside The Great Escape – Europe’s Leading Festival for New Music, Music Cities Convention is initiated by The Great Escape co-founder Martin Elbourne and global music market development agency, Sound Diplomacy. 

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