London, uk - 21 MAY 2019
Music As Infrastructure
The sixth global and second 2019 edition of Sound Development was held at The Ministry in London on 21 May 2019.
The event brought together property developers, investors and music industry professionals for an evening of discussions and presentations on the relationship between music and the built environment.
Tickets were available on a 'pay what you like' basis’ and £900+ was raised for Claire House Children’s Hospice - https://www.clairehouse.org.uk/
6.30pm - 6.45pm: Introduction by Danny Keir, Sound Diplomacy
6.45pm - 7.15pm: Presentations
Presentation #1 - Regeneration VS Gentrification: Philippe Castaing, POP Brixton / Peckham Levels / Clarnico Quay.
Presentation #2 - Music In Society Report: Julia Jones, Found In Music
7.15pm - 7.30pm: Break
7.30pm - 8.30pm: Panel Discussion
Moderator: Dr Andew Harris, UCL Urban Lab
Investor / Developer: Peter Cornforth, Benson Elliot
Experiential & Wellbeing: Kate Jones, GLA / Busk In London
Local Authority: Pippa Gueterbock, Borough of Haringey
Music: Lohan Presencer, Ministry of Sound
8.30pm - 9.00pm: Networking
Sound Development is the first event of its kind bringing the world’s property developers and music industry together and has gathered 800+ key stakeholders and decision makers together to explore the intersection of music and real estate.