ACCES 2019 set to bring global music industry to Ghana

ACCES 2019 set to bring global music industry to Ghana

Music industry professionals from more than 50 countries are set to travel to Accra, Ghana, for the much-awaited Music In Africa Conference for Collaborations, Exchange and Showcases (ACCES), taking place on 28, 29 and 30 November 2019.

Now in its third edition, ACCES is the leading pan-African music business event organised by the Music In Africa Foundation in a different African city every year.

This year's robust programme features an exciting roster of musicians and industry experts from all corners of the globe.

ACCES 2019 set to bring global music industry to Ghana

ACCES 2019 set to bring global music industry to Ghana
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Global superstar Akon is one of the leading speakers at this year's event. The five-time Grammy nominee joins a star-studded line-up that includes top Ghanaian musicians and experts such as Sarkodie, Efya, Samini, Kyekyeku, John Collins, Ebo Taylor, Bibie Brew and Wanlov the Kubolor.

Other high-profile speakers and facilitators at ACCES 2019 will be Chocolate City Vice-President Aibee Abidoye (Nigeria), Ditto Music founder and CEO Lee Parsons (UK), Airforce1 Records managing director Joe Chialo (Germany).

Others are Gallo Music Group general manager Rob Cowling (South Africa), Boulevard Festival co-director Hicham Bahou (Morocco), TRUE Africa founder and editor-in-chief Claude Grunitzky (Togo/UK).

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The rest are Simfy OTT music services head Oye Akideinde (Nigeria), Boomplay Ghana manager Elizabeth Ntiamoah (Ghana), Nyege Nyege Festival co-founder Derek Debru (Belgium/Uganda) and Grammy-nominated musician, author and rights activist Mark Levine (US), among many others.

ACCES offers delegates a wide variety of activities, including carefully curated panel discussions, exhibitions, networking and pitching sessions, production workshops and showcases (live performances) by musical acts from Africa and the diaspora.

The ceremony will be spread across three venues, namely the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences (for the conference programme), Alliance Française (for evening live performances on 28 and 30 November) and the Gold Coast Hub (for performances on 29 November).

ACCES is free to all Africans. However, online registration is mandatory. Register for free at www.musicinafrica.net/acces.

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