|The fourth annual Moshito Conference and Exhibition is to take place in the Newtown Cultural Precinct’s Museum Africa from August 22 – 25, 2007.
South Africa’s only Music Conference and Exhibition is back – and will take place over four days at the Museum Africa in Newtown, fittingly the custodian of Johannesburg’s cultural industries.
Moshito ’07 is all about the business of music and is open to delegates from a broad cross-section of sectors including songwriters, record company personnel, artists, promoters, those involved in the digital domain, engineers, producers, distributors, media, radio, and television and many others.
Over four days, industry experts drawn from around the globe and South Africa, will stimulate debate and discussion over key issues facing the SA music industry. Piracy, markets, socio-economic development and technology are just some of the topics that will be spotlighted at Moshito’07. An exhibition showcasing key industry organisations, businesses and more, is also taking place at Moshito’07, providing a great place to make contacts and network.
Moshito ’07 – what to expect
Conference Discussions. The core element of Moshito ’07. See industry experts deliver papers and take part in panel discussions around some of the most pressing issues facing the South African music industry.
Exhibition. This growing element of the MMC&E is expanded in 2007 and will showcase key industry organisations, companies and other entities.
Hot Seat. As its name suggests, this is where things heat up! In one of the most popular aspects of Moshito, the topics are controversial, the opinions frank and this alone makes attending Moshito ’07 essential.
Showcase. If you’re in a band or are a solo artist, now is your chance to get the input of industry experts on just what you need to do, to secure a deal or move your career forward. Details of how this process will be undertaken are available from the Moshito offices.
Public access. From Friday afternoon (August 24th) and all of Saturday (August 25th) the public will be able to experience Moshito for themselves – free of charge. Access to the exhibition, information sessions, showcases and more are available.You can register online at www.moshito.co.za or phone 011 838 9145. There are limited seats available so it is advisable to book now.
Photographic Exhibition - South African
Women In Music
Books on sale
Music Industry Information Sessions
Fri 24th - 14h00 - 17h00
Sat 25th - 10h00 - 15h00
Moshito ’07 takes place from Wednesday 22nd to Saturday 25th August at Museum Africa, Newtown, Johannesburg.