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Puglia sounds - Consorzio Teatro Pubblico Pugliese

Puglia Sounds is the program of the Puglia Region for the development of the music system where the system is intended as the set of all components of artistic, professional, business and institutions that contribute to the musical creation, production, distribution and promotion of territory. 
A set of actions to foster the development of the entire music industry (artists, companies, record labels, festivals, recording studios, service, manufacturers, distributors, organizers, institutions, local authorities operating in the region) and at the same time consolidate regional musical activities for the benefit of the public and of the generated economic system.
Puglia Sounds activities aim to the growth and development of the regional music industry: a production segment that can affect cultural development, tourism and economic 
development of the territory.
Puglia Sounds, financed by the European Union extraordinary funds called ERDF - European Regional Development Fund, supports the regional music system through the provision of services subject to public notice - published on the website and promoted widely through major distribution channels - in order to adopt selection criteria and parameters for transparent access.
Public notices published by Puglia Sounds are intended for legal entities resident in Puglia and legal entities not resident in Puglia, which carry out their activities of music production, distribution and promotion in the region.


An article by Henning Bolte on EJN General Assembly in Bari   on Tue, 06/11/2012 - 16:16  PDF version
Link to the Article:
Puglia Sounds at Womex. Puglia, a protagonist of the most important European Music Expo  on Tue, 06/11/2012 - 11:50  PDF version
10 October 2012 Thessaloniki – October 17-21,  2012. Stand number 5.108 Puglia will play a leading role in the next edition of  Womex, the main European Music Expo which gathers more than 2,500 delegates and1,250 music businesses from 98 countries ...