MELBOURNE, Australia (Top40 Charts/ OMFM) - One Movement for Music
Perth (OMFM) makes another major step forwards this week in unveiling the third round of speakers and showcasing artists for this groundbreaking event to be held October 16-18.
Western Australian Tourism Minister, Dr Liz Constable said that One Movement For Music would create a cutting-edge live-music event, giving thousands of Western Australians and interstate and international visitors access to some of the world's best new talent.
"With music's international heavyweights coming to Perth for the conference as well as 80 bands from around the world coming to showcase their music, One Movement for Music Perth is a truly significant international music event" Dr Constable said.
MUSEXPO ASIA PACIFIC - Held at the Parmelia Hilton Hotel
OMFM is proud to announce the last round of industry leaders who will be taking the stage for MUSEXPO Asia Pacific at One Movement for Music Perth, including Julie Horton from Realsongs, Mark Poston of EMI Australasia and Paul Piticco from Dew Process/Secret Service.
They join, among others, Diane Warren (international hit-maker extraordinaire and Founder of publisher Realsongs) and Dave Holmes (Coldplay's worldwide manager and founder of 3D Artist Management) for their first major speaking engagements in the Asia Pacific region, Korda Marshall (President of the UK's legendary Infectious Records), Jeff Craib (Senior Vice President of Canada's leading full service agency SL Feldman and Associates), Markus Ku"hn (Managing Director for Germany's iconic MotorFM) plus many more.
Tackling issues such as the ever-evolving digital industry, the growth of the Asian and Pacific Rim markets, music and visual media plus contemporary publishing, MUSEXPO Asia Pacific is the forum for the leaders of the future. A full program of forums and keynotes will be available in the weeks ahead.
Joining the list of speakers in this third announcement are: Julie Horton (USA - Executive Vice President, Realsongs), Mark Poston (Aust - Chairman, EMI Australasia), Paul Piticco (Aust - Founder/Director, Dew Process/Secret Service), Doug Banker (USA - Vice President, McGhee Entertainment), Surachai Sensri (Thailand - Managing Director, GMM international), Adarsh Gupta (India - Chief Operating Officer, Times Music), Peera Lucksanapirak (Thailand - Licensing and Publishing Manager, GMM international), Brett Cottle (Aust - CEO, APRA/AMCOS), George Negus (Aust - Founder, Negus Media International), Jason Bentley (USA - Music Director, KCRW), Jon Niermann (Singapore - President, EA Asia), Andrew Ing (Singapore - Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director, St James Holdings Ltd), Richard Kingsmill (Aust - Music Director, Triple J), Rob Graham (Thailand - Managing Director, Virgin Radio Thailand), Steve Knill (USA - President Music and Entertainment, Radiate), Vince Bannon (USA - VP Digital and Entertainment, Getty Images), Norman Parkhill (Aust - Director, Sandcastle Studios), Tom Zutaut (USA - band manager/consultant), Bruce Garfield (USA - President and Founder, Monster Management), Bill Cullen (Aust - Manager, One Louder Management), Richard Moffat (Aust - Founder, Way Over There), Andrea von Foerster (USA - Music Supervisor, Firestarter Music), Brian Nielsen (Denmark - CEO, Skandinavian Booking Management), Cassandra Gracey (UK- Manager, Crown Music), Craig Hawker (Aust - Vice President of A&R and Labels, EMI Australia), Mark Pope (Aust - Founder, Mark Pope Music and Events), Matthew Daniel (China - Vice President Strategy Development, R2G Media), Ritch Esra (USA - Publisher, Music Business Registry), Sudhir Shreedharan (India - Editor, Indian Music Talks) and Andrew Phillips (UK - media consultant).