I dette panelet skal vi ta utgangspunkt i en fiktiv case om hvordan et team blir bygget opp rundt en artist.
Hvordan knytter man riktige samarbeidspartnere til prosjektet, hvordan finansierer man utviklingsfasen og hvem gjør hva?
Jennifer Gunn (manager, MADE), Eric Elvenes (publishing, Artic Rights) og Julie Sandberg (plateselskap Sony Music Norway) skal fortelle hvordan de arbeider med en artist og hvordan de samarbeider i team mot en felles målsetting.
Kristian Stockhaus skal tegne opp scenarioet og skvise mest mulig matnyttig informasjon ut av panelet.
Eric Elvenes (Co-founder of JB Music and A&R at Arctic Rights)Elvenes’s career started with a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism and Management. He later got offered the position as an artist manager at Knirckefritt Management(Jaa9 & OnklP, Admiral P, Tommy Tee). During his time there he worked on the booking and management side as well as tour managing, planning and producing events all around Norway. In late 2020 he started as an A&R at Arctic Rights working with songwriters and producers.
Julie Sandberg (A&R Manager Sony Music Entertainment Norway AS)Julie took a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Management at Rena in 2015. Whilst studying, she established a management called “Northwind Management” with a fellow student. They worked with several EDM acts, among them was K-391 and Tungevaag to name a few, and they got particularly successful with Tungevaag’s track “Samsara”. She’s been working as an A&R Manager at Sony for the last six years, and look after acts such as Staysman, Jesper Jenset, Morgan Sulele, Adelén, Rat City and Halva Priset among others.
Moderator: Kristian Stockhaus er prosjektleder i Brak og jobber også som artist med prosjekter som Stockhaus, Lekende Lett, Ungdomskulen og Healthy Boys.