Internationale Kulturbörse Freiburg (IKF)


26-29 January 2020


The Internationale Kulturbörse Freiburg (IKF) is a professional trade fair for stage productions, music and events.

A special focus is laid on music, to which the trade fair dedicates its own exhibition hall as well as a significant part of its showcase program.

Images
  • 1 / 18
    The SWISS MUSIC stand 1.1.16
  • 2 / 18
    The SWISS MUSIC stand 1.1.16
  • 3 / 18
    Little Swiss reception
  • 4 / 18
    The SWISS MUSIC stand 1.1.16
  • 5 / 18
    Tobi Bolfing (TOURBOmusic), Katharina Herter (IKF)
  • 6 / 18
    Little Swiss reception
  • 7 / 18
    Moes Anthill
  • 8 / 18
    Johannes Rühl, Susanne Göhner (Head of IKF)
  • 9 / 18
    Little Swiss reception
  • 10 / 18
    César Barriel, Anissa Damali, Thomas Schauffert (Basel World Music Festival)
  • 11 / 18
    Bruno Bieri
  • 12 / 18
    Robi Maurer (Intermusic) and the ECHO-Team (Mich Gerber)
  • 13 / 18
    Mich Gerber
  • 14 / 18
    Gina Été
  • 15 / 18
    Moes Anthill
  • 16 / 18
    Bruno Bieri
  • 17 / 18
    Park Stickney
  • 18 / 18

SWISS MUSIC @ IKF 2019 − review

20-23 January 2019, Freiburg (DE)

Yellow-white-black at IKF: for the first time FONDATION SUISA and Pro Helvetia organised the Swiss umbrella stand SWISS MUSIC at the Internationale Kulturboerse Freiburg.

Eleven co-exhibitors – above all agencies and musicians – were benefitting from the new stand offer SWISS MUSIC at the 31stIKF in Freiburg i.B. During the three days, the stand was providing them with meeting tables and promotion surface. 

"Umbrella stands are of enourmous value for us agencies, but also for artists, because here you can entirely focus on the networking and the discussions with potential partners, no need to look after your own booth. Besides, a SWISS MUSIC-stand catches way more attention than a separate stand of a singe agency or an artist." (Tobias Bolfing, Agenur TOURBOmusic)

Not less than six Swiss musical acts entered the Kulturboerse’s showcase stage to present themselves to an international, mainly German-speaking, audience: Mich Gerber, Gina Été, Postharmonic Orchestra, Moes Anthill, Bruno Bieri and Park Stickney all testified to the broad, lively and highly talented music scene of Switzerland.

IKF 2019 in numbers:

  • 400 exhibitors
  • 4'900 visitors
  • 190 Live-performances with artists from 36 countries

ikf.swissmusic.ch

 

by moxi