Preview: IMZ Academy in summer 2017
Preview: IMZ Academy “Re-imagining the Orchestra in the Digital World“ in summer 2017!
Lucerne Festival 2016 © Peter Fischli / Lucerne Festival
The next edition of the IMZ Academy will take place in late summer 2017 and focus on the orchestra in digital space, covering all aspects of the visualisation of orchestral performance: from event capture – whether for television, cinema or online – to effective social media strategy, the contextualisation of performance and performers online and the best ways to reach your audience.
IMZ Academy Director Peter Maniura will lead the hands-on workshop together with top level industry people who have already confirmed their participation: Eva Essvik, Audience and Business Developer, and Mans Pär Fogelberg, Producer GSO Play at Gothenberg Symphony Orchestra and Kriss Russman, multi-camera director and filmmaker specialising in the recording of opera, dance and symphony concerts – to name but a few …
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