HONG KONG (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Music Matters donates over HK$ 200,000 in admission tickets to alivenotdead.com members to attend Asia Pacific's only music business conference, Music Matters.
In a move to support Hong Kong's creative and musical communities, Music Matters has announced a donation of over HK$ 200,000 worth of admission tickets to artists and bands who are members of Hong Kong based artist site alivenotdead.com.
Working closely with alivenotdead.com's co-founders, Patrick Lee (CEO), Stephen Wang (CTO) from Rotten Tomatoes, and Daniel Wu, Terence Yin, Andrew Lin and Conroy Chan of ALIVE, Music Matters aims to encourage artists to gain more exposure amongst leaders from the local and global music industry and learn more about the business of music.
Music Matters takes place in Hong Kong from 2nd to 4th June. In total 50 artists will be given this fantastic opportunity.
"Music Matters is the only industry event of its kind in Asia Pacific and we want to support the region's creative community," says Jasper Donat, Music Matters President and co-Founder of Hong Kong based Branded Limited.
"Musicians just don't get the opportunity to meet so many business leaders in one place at one time. Our prices are very reasonable in relation to global music conferences in other parts of the world. However, in many case artists can't afford the registration price so we're delighted to be able to do this." Donat added.
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