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MMF Chair Paul Craig chaired this session which drew on expert global perspectives from managers working across multiple genres

With the bulk of artists dependent on live music revenue and audience connection, the Covid-19 crisis has decimated livelihoods.

But what does it mean for their managers? The individuals thrown into salvaging campaigns, rescheduling tours, interpreting contractual changes and navigating the most uncertain of futures. How are their own businesses faring? And what do they see as the challenges – and hopefully opportunities – ahead for the live sector, in what we are all optimistically calling the “new normal”.

MMF Chair Paul Craig (Nostromo Management) chaired this session which drew on expert global perspectives from managers working across multiple genres, including Kaiya Milan (Off Balance Group / The Sorority House & Co.), Marc Thomas (Red Light Management / Go Artist Management), Meg Symsyk (eOne Management / MMF Canada) and Per Kviman (Versity Music / MMF Sweden / EMMA).

 

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