After the success of their first IP, the two-day multi artist festival Bollywood Music Project, Tarsame Mittal Talent Management is set to host its first B2B educative and interactive music unconference titled ‘All About Music’ on September 18th and 19th this year at Taj Lands End, Mumbai.
This initiative aspires to create, build and sustain the opportunities between the various verticals and markets of the music industry, evaluate global business prospects and create a gateway for international markets as well as address the shortcomings and roadblocks within the rapidly evolving music business.
With representation from over 10 states, the forum will play host to over 500 delegates and over 50 speakers and experts. Through an intimate series of programmes such as panel discussions, case studies, expert meet and greets, networking hub, the two-day unconference will act as a catalyst for collaboration, exploration and expansion of the indigenous music industry and will culminate in a music showcase featuring a leading artist.
The unconference will see representation from key influencers and personalities from the music industry including regulatory heads, law firms, digital distribution companies, record label owners, management agencies, festival organizers, programmers and arrangers, mix-master engineers, lyricist, musicians and artists across all genres and regions of music. Topics discussed would widely range from rights & legal, revenue, marketing, management, digital, deployment, technology & creative.
Tarsame Mittal, Founder, Tarsame Mittal Talent Management states, “India is currently one of the world’s biggest music markets that caters to 1.3 billion people and is estimated at Rs. 12.2 billion which is expected to double by 2020. All About Music is a platform curated to put the spotlight on the potential of the Indian music industry and set new benchmarks and goals. Our aim is to bring together all the different stakeholders of the music industry together on an exclusive platform to amplify the future of music.”