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Wednesday, 27. February 2019

SUISA’s IT under new management

IT is the technological backbone of every service provider. SUISA’s IT is now managed by a new team. (Photo: Sibylle Roth)To notice

SUISAblog
Tuesday, 26. February 2019

Changes in the distribution of revenues from radio uses

The classifications for radio broadcasting stations have been changed. Starting with the 2019 settlements, a uniform factor of 0.25 will be applied for level D uses (sound logos, jingles, background music, etc.), and a factor of 1.5 for level E (other music). In addition, calculations will be made on a per-second instead of a per-minute basis. (Photo: T.Dallas / Shutterstock.com)To notice

SUISAblog
Monday, 25. February 2019

Attendance at IKF opens up new prospects for Swiss musicians

The FONDATION SUISA and Pro Helvetia presented their joint stand under the banner “Swiss Music” for the first time at the 31st Internationale Kulturbörse in Freiburg, Germany. The results have been positive. (Photo: Marcel Kaufmann)To notice

SUISAblog
Friday, 22. February 2019

Eurovision Song Contest: SUISA Songwriting Camp song in the German qualifier | plus video

Success for the SUISA Songwriting Camp: The song “Sister” created during last year’s camp is in today’s German ESC qualifier. The piece was composed and produced by an international songwriting team consisting of Marine Kaltenbacher, Laurell Barker, Tom Oehler and Thomas Stengaard. The German qualifier “Our song for Israel” (“Unser Lied für Israel”) will hit the stage today, Friday, 22 February 2019. (Photo: Sibylle Roth)

SUISAnews
Thursday, 21. February 2019

WOMEX 19 in Finland: Apply now for the showcase festival!

The world’s biggest trade fair for World music WOMEX is taking place from 23 to 27 October in Tampere, Finland.To notice

SUISAblog
Friday, 15. February 2019

“Adiós”: Caribbean-style summer hit with a cembalo | plus video

At the “Swiss Music Awards” 2019, together with four co-composers Loco Escrito can hope for the sought-after concrete blocks in the category “Best Hit” for the song “Adiós”. The musician and music university lecturer Hans Feigenwinter talks about where the strengths of the song lie in a video with his song analysis. (Photo: Sibylle Roth)To notice

SUISAblog
Wednesday, 13. February 2019

“Us Mänsch”: Last minute hit with loads of energy | plus video

“Us Mänsch” by Bligg and Marc Sway was one of the most successful Swiss songs last year. This despite the fact that the song only made it to the Bligg album “KombiNation” last minute. Now, the song is nominated for the “Best Hit award at the “Swiss Music Awards” 2019. Musician and music university lecturer Hans Feigenwinter has analysed the composition of “Us Mänsch”. (Photo: Manu Leuenberger)To notice

SUISAblog
Monday, 11. February 2019

“079”: A tragicomic hit story | plus video

Lo & Leduc and their co-composer Maurice “Dr Mo” Könz have made history with “079”: Last year, the song stayed an entire 21 weeks at the top of the national charts – and thus broke a Swiss record. “079” is one of the three nominated songs for the “Best Hit award at the “Swiss Music Awards” 2019. Musician and lecturer for musicology, Hans Feigenwinter, analysed the hit composition. (Photo: Sibylle Roth)To notice

SUISAblog
Friday, 08. February 2019

Income from performing rights set to rise in 2019

SUISA’s December Board meetings usually focus on the figures for the coming year. Budgets, staffing plans and cost coverage deductions for business year 2019 were thus the central discussion point. (Photo: Anne Bichsel / Label Suisse)To notice

SUISAblog
Thursday, 31. January 2019

Michel Legrand, a life for music

Michel Legrand died on January 26th 2019. He was 86. The composer leaves behind a prestigious career spanning 60 years that earned him a worldwide reputation. The maestro with a fiery temperament conducted his life by the baton. (Photo: Regis Duvignau / Reuters)To notice

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