Live streaming and connected experiences

5 June 11:30_13:00


Jan Ole Otnaes (Nasjonal Jazzscene, Oslo), Christoph Huber (Porgy & Bess, Vienna), Raffaele Casarano (musician) and Roberto Ottaviano (musician)


Ernesto Assante


  • Language: English;
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  • Webinar on Zoom



How have European venues and clubs used live streaming, network-building and more to respond to crisis in the past weeks? What experiences have the artists had with it? Challenges, successes, live streaming monetization, recommendations.

Which will be the realities of the next live performance? What will reopening look like, and what is the future for those venues and clubs that are in many cases landmarks in their communities? Which is the point of view of the artists?


Managing Director – Nasjonal Jazzscene – Victoria- Oslo, NORWAY

From 2001 – 2013 Artistic Director of Molde International Jazz Festival. In August 2013 he started his work at Nasjonal scene – Victoria, a 300 cap venue in Oslo presenting around 150 concerts pr year, one of Europe’s most important venue for jazz . Program is a variety of unestablished acts and national/ international artists like Arild Andersen, Brad Mehldau, Joshua Redman, Nils Petter Molvær, DeeDee Bridgewater, Bugge Wesseltoft, Gregory Porter, John McLaughlin etc.

Christoph Huber

Artistic and organizational director, Christoph has devoted almost half of his life to the new Porgy & Bess born in the cinemas in the center of Vienna Rondell-Kino. Born in 1968, he was artistic and organizational director of festivals such as the International Jazzfestival Saalfelden, he founded clubs such as the jazz club at the Kunsthalle Wien in the Museumsquartier and curated exhibitions on jazz.

Raffaele Casarano

Raffaele Casarano from Salento is today an established reality of contemporary jazz. Saxophonist of great musical intelligence, he combines technique on the instrument with a recognized ability of composition and arrangement. Launched by Paolo Fresu, he scored several important recordings for the trumpeter’s label Tǔk Music.

He is also deus ex-machina of the project “Locomotive” which, besides being one of his musical projects, is also the name of one of the reference festivals of southern Italy.

Roberto Ottaviano

Active on the international jazz scene for almost forty years, Ottaviano played and recorded with some of the most important American and European musicians. In addition to his own bands, Astrolabio and Eternal Love, he played with Italian Instabile Orchestra and London Improvisers Orchestra. He performs all over Europe, Japan, Russia, United States and Mexico, and recorded for Red, Splasc (h), Soul Note, Dodicilune, Hat Art, Intakt, ECM, DIW and Ogun.

As a teacher, he founded the Jazz Department in the Conservatory of Bari and has been coordinating it for almost 30 years. He has conducted Workshops and Masterclass around the world.

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