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Les Chantiers Musicaux du Cameroun: A step towards the evolution of the music industry – Vie Universitaire

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Les Chantiers Musicaux du Cameroun: A step towards the evolution of the music industry – Vie Universitaire

From February 8 to 10, 2024Douala will be the scene of an essential event for the development of music in Cameroon: the Chantiers Musicaux du Cameroun. This event will bring together 60 music professionals, from ten regions of the country, with the aim of laying the foundations of a music industry flourishing where Cameroonian artists will finally be able to live fully from their art.

The main objective of Chantiers Musicaux du Cameroun is to create a solid network of music professionals, ranging from producers to promoters to those involved in music broadcasting. Together, we want to structure the Cameroonian music industry and develop a development plan that will give real impetus to our music.

During these three days of exchanges and reflections, we will address the main issues facing Cameroonian musicians. We will discuss the challenges of producing, promoting and releasing music. We will also explore the opportunities offered by new technologies and streaming platforms to expand our audience and generate sustainable revenue.

Why the Chantiers Musicaux du Cameroun?

Source: CMC

The Chantiers Musicaux du Cameroun will be an opportunity to highlight local talents and encourage collaborations between artists and industry professionals. Practical workshops, inspiring conferences and networking sessions will be on the program to encourage exchanges and synergies between participants.

We are convinced that there is strength in unity. By bringing together our knowledge, experience and passion, together we can build a strong and sustainable music ecosystem for future generations. The Chantiers Musicaux du Cameroun will be the starting point of a positive revolution in our industry, where our musicians will finally be able to live with dignity from their art.

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We invite you to join us, musicians, producers, promoters, broadcasters and music lovers, to contribute to this transformation. Together, we can create an environment conducive to the flourishing of Cameroonian music and support our artists in their quest for recognition and success.

Join us from February 8 to 10, 2024 in Douala and together, let’s make things happen in the music industry in Cameroon! Cameroonian music deserves to be celebrated and valued. Together we can achieve this.

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