fbpx
x

The latest industry news to your inbox.

    

I'd like to hear about marketing opportunities

    

I accept IQ Magazine's Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy

news

Albert Salmerón named APM president

At its 17th AGM, the Spanish Association of Music Promoters this morning elected a new president and board of directors

By IQ on 03 Mar 2017

Albert Salmerón, Producciones Animadas, APM president, cultural VAT

image © APM

Albert Salmerón, director of Barcelona-based Producciones Animadas, was today appointed president of Spain’s Association of Music Promoters (APM).

Salmerón (pictured), who takes over from Pascual Egea, leads a board of directors comprising Doctor Music’s Neo Sala, Tito Ramoneda of The Project, Julio Martí of Serious Fan Music and Maricruz Laguna, director of marketing at Universal Music’s GTS.

The news was announced at APM’s 17th annual general meeting in Peralada, Catalonia. Egea was not eligible for reelection, having already served eight years in the role.

With Animadas, Salmerón is involved in the Barcelona Acció Musical (BAM), Hipnotik and Utopia festivals, as well as Legal Music’s troubled SOS 4.8. He has been an APM board member for the past four years.

His presidency, he says, will be “discreet and conflict-free”.

 


Get more stories like this in your inbox by signing up for IQ Index, IQ’s free email digest of essential live music industry news.

FOLLOW IQ