Our closing week in Aarhus (DK)

The third and last work­shop of our Slash pro­gram — sea­son 2 ended on May 8. It is now the time to share the high­lights and the pho­tos of this intense and enrich­ing week.

Slash artists star­ted the week with Effi Sum­mers for a two-days-work­shop on brand­ing strategy and social media man­age­ment. They all had the oppor­tun­ity to think about the deep roots and con­tents of their artist­ic project(s) and they were invited to explain and describe their com­mu­nic­a­tion strategy, in light of what they wanted to reflect to their audience.

On Wed­nes­day even­ing, André Julio Tur­quesa, one of the Slash artists, per­formed in Café Stoj and allowed the audi­ence to wander into a poet­ic trip in Por­tugal for a moment. On Thursday, Chloé Nataf from Trempo spoke about time man­age­ment. This work­shop cre­ated real exchanges around everyone’s prac­tice and habits. Quite an enrich­ing time!

Finally, the last two days of the work­shop were ded­ic­ated to the SPOT fest­iv­al and con­ven­tion. The 8 Slash artists had the oppor­tun­ity to assist con­fer­ences and talks about sync, NFTs, web3 and more. Some of them also atten­ded speed meet­ings with UK and US music pro­fes­sion­als. To con­clude, this week was quite a won­der­ful end­ing to the second sea­son of the Slash pro­gram. We still have two months before the real end of the pro­ject to settle indi­vidu­al coach­ing ses­sions and to final­ize some work on Nantes workshop’s creations.

Slash Program

Slash is a Europe-wide train­ing pro­gram build-up by Trem­po with the great sup­port of SACEM. It aims to train emer­ging pro­fes­sion­al musi­cians in their career devel­op­ment. It is co-fin­anced by the European Uni­on through its Cre­at­ive Europe pro­gram (Music Moves Europe).

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