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3-7 June 2023
My name is Julia Mihályfy, and I work as a project manager at Pro Progressione. I got my degree in Economics and Marketing at Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and my Cultural Management postgraduate in Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest.
I have more than 10 years of experience in the field of culture, communication, and international relations, as I worked for the Cervantes Institute in Budapest and the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest among others, and have also a strong background in business as I worked for small and multinational companies likewise
László Ágoston embarked on his artistic journey as a baritone opera singer, founding his own opera company, Moltopera, in 2011. Besides his artistic pursuits, he has consistently worked as an online marketing consultant for various entities, ranging from budding startups to esteemed institutions such as the Hungarian State Opera.
Now residing in Bristol, UK, László has emerged as one of Hungary's most popular bloggers, boasting a weekly readership numbering in the hundreds of thousands. He further established his marketing consultancy and training firm, Soborbo, and regularly conducts courses in the United Kingdom and throughout the European Union.
Marta Lozano Molano
Marta Lozano Molano is a spanish rural activist, composer of social music and the president of Wazo Coop, the non-profit social cooperative working with Social Solidarity Economy and Creative Cultural Industries to generate positive impact in rural areas, specially in Extremadura (Spain).
She is also expert evaluator of Creative Europe music and cultural cooperation projects at the European Commission's Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency. She has been chosen as one of the “100 World Leading Women in Cooperatives 2020" by She-Coops and "Top 100 Women In Social Enterprise 2021" in Europe by Euclid Network, and "Cooperativist of the year 2022" by CCC, among other awards.
Marta has recently published "Música Social (Social Music)" a method of musical composition and piano that facilitates education in values in young people in accordance with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.
Omar Shahryar an award-winning composer and facilitator. His most recent commissions include Songs to Remember (Birmingham Opera Company), the participatory concerts Six Fables and Cours, cours, cours (Orchestra National d'Auvergne), and the digital mini-opera Blue, Red, Yellow for English National Opera's “Finish This” programme that has inspired over 5,000 primary school children in 216 classes around the UK to compose their own mini-operas.
His opera, A Shoe Full of Stars, won the YAMAward Prize for Best Opera for Young People 2018. From Colombia to Canada, from Norway to Oman, Omar's expertise in participatory opera is internationally recognised and sought after.
Ricardo van Mildert
The success of his first entrepreneurial project, the music community Future House Music and its sublabels, led Ricardo to leave his career path in academia and political science to work full time in the music industry. Since the beginning of 2020 he strengthened the team of Moon Jelly, the global agency for the music industry, as organizational manager. His passion for psychology and self-development reflects strongly in his view on marketing and business, as well as on the trainings he gives.
More than anything it is his vision is to spark a change in thinking about the music business, marketing and fans. Besides his role at Moon Jelly, Ricardo is an advisor to several blockchain and tech music start-ups. Together with his long-time friend he also runs a coaching and training company focused on burnout prevention, mindset and public speaking. In everything he does he tries to help others reach their full potential.
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