On July 31 - August 1, 2015 the British Council in collaboration with Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design will hold a two-day music forum Selector PRO -  bringing together leading music theoreticians and practitioners. 

The entrance to all the events except for the Selector Live Beefeater Sessions party is free of charge.  

Registration is required. 

Live streaming schedule 

July 31, Friday (Moscow time)
18.00

Discussion “How technology determines music industry development”

The participants: Andrew Dubber, director of Music Tech Fest and Professor of Music Industry Innovation at BCU, and Nick Zavriev, an artist, sound producer, DJ, journalist and lecturer. 

19.00

Discussion “In search of the audience. My cat, my mom, who else?” 

Participants: Katherine O’Neill (Young Turks), Peter Taylor and David Grinel (Donky Pitch label), Sergey Saburov (Hyperboloid label), Ildar Zaynetdinov (Gost Zvuk label).

  • The British Council live streaming (the link will be active by the beginning of the discussion)
20.00

“Ocean of Sound. How music is born” by David Toop 

Lecture of David Toop, an artist, critic, leading modern experimental music researcher and the professor of the UAL.

  • The British Council live streaming (the link will be active by the beginning of the discussion)
 
August 1, Saturday
16.00

Discussion  “When will Radiohead arrive, why are the tickets so expensive and other questions that you wanted to know about the concert business but were afraid to ask”

Participants – Igor Tonkyh (Glavclub), Dmitry Zaretsky (Pop Farm), Jason Edwards (Coda Agency), Greg Lowe, Stephen Nickolls (The Agency Group). Moderator Gleb Lisychkin.

  • Live streaming on m24
  • The British Council live streaming (the link will be active by the beginning of the discussion)
17.00

Discussion “The future of urban festivals”

Participants: Jon Clifford (Field Day), Andrey Samorukov (Subbotnik), Anna Pavlyuchkova “Afisha Picnic”.

  • The British Council live streaming (the link will be active by the beginning of the discussion)
18.30

Discussion “Do we need music?” 
Participants: writer and journalist Paul Morley, the legendary electronic musician Matthew Herbert and editor-in-chief of Prime Russian Magazine Maxim Semelyak

  • The British Council live streaming (the link will be active by the beginning of the discussion)