Music Moves Europe: Dialogue On Music #3 | Jan 18, ESNS, Groningen

The survival of the music ecosystem

The third Music Moves Europe: Dialogue On Music session will take place this Thursday, January 18, from 10 am to 12 pm, at ESNS, the annual four-day showcase festival and music conference across venues in Groningen, the Netherlands.

All delegates are invited to join the discussion that should truly concern every single participant in the music ecosystem: the weather.
In between floods, storms and excessive heat waves, how can the European music sector combat climate change? Let’s take a look at the weather forecast from the experts to see what we can expect.

In 3 interactive parts we’re discussing what is happening now and what will the weather in Europe will look like in a hundred years .


      • 10.00-10.10: Addressing the challenges of climate change (short introduction by Robert Meijerink, opening by Susanne Hollmann)

      • 10.10-10.40: Weather Forecast (panel with Bob van Oort, Tim van Hattum, moderator Linea Svensson)

      • 10.40-11.30: Let’s talk about it (audience, digital attendees and moderator Linea Svensson)

      • 11.30-12.00: Conclusion: Findings and learnings + Roadbook for the future (Moderator/host: Linnea Svensson)

    What can be done, both at the individual and organizational levels, and what are the potential next steps and bottlenecks for the future?

    ESNS info & tickets HERE

    If you cannot join us physically at ESNS – you and your colleagues are kindly invited to participate in this Music Dialogue on Thursday 18 January, 10:00-12:00 by visiting the link:

    Music Dialogues is part of a series of 10 dialogue sessions under the Music Moves Europe initiative (MME) steered by the European Commission and happening at music conferences all over Europe. The dialogue programme is carried out by Eurosonic Noorderslag, East European Music Conference, Linecheck, MaMA, Reeperbahn Festival and Tallinn Music Week.

    ESNS (Eurosonic Noorderslag) is a non-profit organisation and independent platform dedicated to the promotion and discovery of new European and Dutch music.
    Founded in 1986, ESNS hosts an annual four-day showcase festival and music conference across venues in Groningen, the Netherlands. Uncover the most enthralling emerging European (Eurosonic) and Dutch (Noorderslag) acts ranging from mainstream pop to progressive finds during the festival, which sets the stage for leading European festivals. Expand your knowledge of industry-leading topics and innovation during the conference, geared at trailblazing the music industry towards a sustainable future.