MIDEM + unveils its program

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The next edition of Midem+, the global gathering of music professionals, will be held in Cannes from January 24 to 27.

Midem+ (International Record and Music Publishing Market) unveils the program for its 2024 edition, which will take place on January 24, 25, 26 and 27 in Cannes. An essential place for meetings between music professionals, this event welcomes more than 50 speakers in four days around conferences, masterclasses and concerts!

Artificial intelligence, private and public financing, streaming, CSR… all the issues in the world of music will be discussed around round tables and conferences with the aim of stimulating debate to lead to convergent points of view during privileged moments of exchange between decision-makers, copyright experts, political actors, investors from the cultural world , etc..


Among the actors present, find the visionary musician Jean Michel JarreThe musician and composer Steward Copelandthe artist Jacky Noisethe producers Joachim Garraud And Steve Lyons (Depeche Mode, The Cure, Nitzer Ebb…) but also Bertrand Burgalat (SNEP), Cécile Rap-Veber (SACEM), Jeronimo Folguiera (CEO of Deezer)…

You can also find theWECB team with our editor Alma Rota And our editor-in-chief Belkacem Bahlouliwho will host conferences and interviews in public.

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  • January 24: Cannes National Orchestra + Yaron Deutsch
  • January 24: Baxter Dury + Royal Republic
  • January 25: Kid Francescoli + French 79
  • January 25: Yemi Alade
  • January 26: Madame Monsieur + Clara Ysé
  • January 26: Soul +Black Star
  • January 27: Soolking + Mademoiselle Lou

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Check out the video teaser via the player below:

More information on the official Midem+ website


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