Jose Celso Guida
Audio engineer, music producer, A&R and special marketing director of multinationals companies such as EMI Music, Virgin Records, PolyGram, Reader’s Digest, Warner Music and Universal Music. Former Executive director of ABMI (Brazilian Music Independent Association) and Biscoito Fino Recording Company. Music consultant for new business, licencing deals and repertoire for Telefónica Servicios de Música-Spain, from 2008 to 2011. Member of Screening meeting board of Latin Grammy in 2010 and 2011. Music producer of albums for the artists such as Guilherme Arantes, Moraes Moreira, Grupo 14 Bis, Beto Guedes among others. Founder partner of CulturaXchange, a music licensing plataform for Advertising, TVs, Films and Documentaries. Professor of Music Business executive course for Puc - RJ and FGV - RJ. Music bachelor and marketing degree graduated by PUC Rio de Janeiro. Engenheiro de audio, produtor musical, diretor de A&R e de marketing especial de companhias multinacionais como EMI Music, Virgin Records, PolyGram, Reader’s Digest, Warner Music e Universal Music entre 1982 a 2004. Diretor executivo da ABMI (Associação Brasileira da Música Independente) entre 2006 e 2010 e diretor Executivo da gravadora Biscoito Fino entre 2010 e 2013. Consultor para novos negócios, licenças e repertório para Telefonica Servicios de Musica de Espanha entre 2008 e 2011. Membro do Screning Meeting do Grammy Latino em 2010 e 2011. Produtor musical de albums de Guilherme Arantes, Moraes Moreira, Grupo 14 Bis, Beto Guedes, entre outros. É sócio fundador da CulturaXchange, plataforma de licenças de músicas especializada em licenciamento de músicas para agências de publicidade, cinema e programas de TV. Professor do curso Executivo de Music Business da Puc RJ e FGV RJ. Bacharel em Música com pós-graduação em Marketing pela Puc do Rio de Janeiro.
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This session (NOT A TYPICAL PANEL!), will focus on international collaboration of the music community, exemplified by the co-sponsors, speakers and Screen X Screen, who together work for all; across country and language differences, for creators, fans and committed music executives in all areas to facilitate international trade and development. It will offer introductions and connections for all participants in a fast paced, informative, networking bonanza. It's a result of 5 years of CAB and Mondo, all with LyricFind support, and 4 years of all of us, including many of the speakers, working closely with Indie Week and with CIMA and many others. In a tragic time for too many, we come together to celebrate the individuals and organizations, including all Indie Week delegates, who continue to network, learn, move forward, solve problems, work together, beyond any perceived differences, always for mutual benefit. It will be fun! Chats and direct messages will be flowing. Just afterwards, there will be a networking afterparty of breakout rooms, as I'm sure you've all experienced on Zoom over the past months.
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