CISAC supports songwriting camps move to Hungary with ARTISJUS

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Paris, France 17 July, 2017 - CISAC is partnering in the latest international expansion of Songwriting Camps, which announced today that it will be making its way to Budapest in February 2018, with the support of CISAC’s Hungarian society Artisjus.

CISAC Director General Gadi Oron said: “It’s  great to see Songwriting Camps spreading internationally and now joining up with our member  society Artisjus in Hungary. The Songwriting  Camps are a great initiative, helping  nurture  the  next generation  of  music creators. We at  CISAC  are  delighted  to  be  involved, offering  our  experience  and  knowledge to help  songwriters  navigate the complex music  market, understand their  rights and make a living from their craft.”

Started in  2015 in Stockholm the donation  funded  organisation  Songwriting Camps has been developing camps around Europe. Now with the support  of its partners  Artisjus, YouTube and international confederationn  of  authors’  society  CISAC, it is making  its  way to Budapest.   

Confirmed for February  2018, the camp will gather  together  21 of the world’s most exciting songwriters and producers for three days of writing  sessions at Brody Hotel in Budapest. The writers are put into different working groups each day and  seven  producer   rooms  are  built with 24-­hour  access  to  allow  for  total  immersion  in  the  writing  process.  

For the Songwriting Camps press release and more information click here.