The Culture Bar
Summary: The Culture Bar is a panel discussion podcast exploring, dissecting and shedding light on important topics in the arts and music world which matter to you.
In podcast episode No.4 of The Culture Bar we are considering the future of music, where it's headed, trends, and of course the impact of COVID19. We are delighted to be joined by Ben Hogwood from Naxos, Silvia Pietrosanti from Pentatone, and Till Janczukowicz from Idagio. This episode is hosted by HarrisonParrott's Lorna Aizlewood.This lively debate talks about how we consume music and where we get our music fixes from, be it live or recorded, and what's happening in that world today. What changes are there, what are the trends, and COVID-19 and how that's changing where we get our music from.
In this episode we will be considering the future of international cultural exchange. We are delighted to be joined by Roy Luxford Planning and Operations Director of Edinburgh International Festival, Nadja Race Director of International Engagement at British Museum, and HarrisonParrott's Director of Touring Rafi Gokay-Wol. In this episode we will be considering the impact of COVID19 Pandemic, Climate change debate and Brexit on cultural exchange.
We will be discussing arts sponsorship more generally but also the challenges and opportunities presented by the COVID19 pandemic. We are delighted to be joined by Charlotte Appleyard Director of Development and Business Innovation at Royal Academy of Arts, Simon Fairclough Director of Development at City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and Diana Williams fund-raising, sponsorship and project management consultant currently serving on the boards of The Collective in Edinburgh and the Association for Visual Arts in Cape Town. We will cover these key areas:Individual givingCorporate fundraisingTrusts and FoundationsStatutory fundingNew Business Initiatives
We are delighted to be joined by Jasper Parrott HarrisonParrott's co-founder and executive chairman, and Professor Anatol Lieven of Georgetown University in Qatar. Professor Lieven is author of 'Climate Change and the Nation State, the Realist Case' published this Spring by Penguin. Jasper and Anatol will be discussing the UK government's so called 'Rooseveltian New Deal', the importance of a green new deal, and how the arts and culture might be affected.