Slash Program — season 2 : open call

Slash is a European learn­ing pro­gram ded­ic­ated to nine emer­ging pro­fes­sion­al song­writers-pro­­du­cers, who wish to step up their career. 

The main goals of this pro­gram is to sup­port them in this new con­text and to provide them con­crete and prac­tic­al tools to solve issues, detect new oppor­tun­it­ies and deal with day-to-day life.

The pro­gram : 

  • three 6‑days work­shops in Lis­bon (PT), Aar­hus (DK) and Nantes (FR) (TBC), 
  • an indi­vidu­al coach­ing pro­gram (online) 
  • inspir­ing meet­ings with pro­fes­sion­als from cul­tur­al & cre­at­ive industries
  • a cre­at­ing res­id­ency with the mentors 

The themes approached will be actu­al, innov­at­ive and con­crete : design­ing a SLASH musi­cian brand based on storytelling, mar­ket­ing and oper­a­tion­al dir­ect-to-fan strategy, mon­et­iz­ing the artist’s music, dis­cov­er­ing future issues of music (con­nec­ted speak­ers, block­chain, arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence, algorithm…), under­stand­ing the entire author’s right and copy­right value chain and com­pos­ing in a bin­aur­al approach, etc.

The pro­gram also includes net­work­ing oppor­tun­it­ies on inter­na­tion­al fest­ivals and showcases. 

The learn­ing pro­gram is com­pletely free. Every travel, hous­ing, food­ing, coach­ing and work­shops expenses are covered by the program. 
Slash — sea­son 2 has been cre­ated and is cur­ated by Trem­polino with the great sup­port of Sacem. It is co-foun­ded by the European Uni­on through its Europe Cre­at­ive pro­gram (Music Move Europe).

→ Apply before 6th December 

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).

The European Commission’s sup­port for the pro­duc­tion of this pub­lic­a­tion does not con­sti­tute an endorse­ment of the con­tents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Com­mis­sion can­not be held respons­ible for any use which may be made of the inform­a­tion con­tained therein.