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SXSW 2020

Innovations in Live Performance & Storytelling

Musicians are increasingly moving beyond traditional concerts and entering the sphere of innovative and interdisciplinary live performances. The creation and production of these shows help artists and musicians expand their creative skill set, enter new markets and access new audiences in complementary live performance spheres. Using the examples of Kid Koala’s Nufonia Must Fall and Richard Reed Parry’s Quiet River of Dust, Montreal-based Envision founder & president Ryhna Thompson along with Hamburg-based Artistic Director of the Kampnagel International Summerfestival will explore how pursuing new types of live performances can take an artist's career to the next level, as well as how to develop such productions.

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  1. New media and interdisciplinary live shows present new pathways for artist career development and career sustainability.
  2. There are different models to producing and developing musician and artist careers with innovative live shows.
  3. Artists and their teams can look at their careers in a new light, create out of the box ideas, and see those ideas through to production and touring.

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Ryhna Thompson, Founder & President, Envision Management and Production

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  • Event: SXSW
  • Format: Panel
  • Track: Future of Music
  • Level: Intermediate
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