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Stockholm Songwriting Camp returns with long term vision

Press Release   •   Dec 01, 2015 11:00 GMT

After a successful premier launch in January 2015 Stockholm Songwriting Camp returns to the Pop House Hotel at the beginning of February 2016 for it’s second year with partners ABBA the Museum, Stockholm Business Region, STIM and Auddly.

- It was very successful last time and now we are investing long term in the songwriting camp, says Björn Ulvaeus, one of the initiators of the camp and the owner of the house.

Priding itself on diversity the confirmations for 2016 attendees so far include writers from America, England, Sweden, South Sudan, Australia, France and Jamaica and have written and released songs with artists such as One Direction, Cee Lo Green, Joshua Radin, Zara Larsson, Kylie Minogue, Avicii and Rihanna.

- We pride ourselves on working for the writers and what makes us different from a lot of camps is the fact that we do not claim any publishing rights, all property is the writers – we are simply the meeting place, says Niclas Molinder, founder and co-owner of the camp and founder of Auddly.

To be held 5th – 8th February 2016 Stockholm Songwriting Camp is a 3 day event with 45 writers and producers attending. The writers spend the three days at the Pop House Hotel and are placed into groups of three which are rotated each day. Thanks to the Yamaha, Fender and 4sound 15 of the rooms are made into producer suites allowing for total immersion in the writing process.

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MORE INFORMATION

Laura Tomlinson, Stockholm Songwriting Camp,

laura@stockholmsongwritingcamp.com, +46-735-213582

Catarina Falkenhav, ABBA The Museum,

catarina@abbathemuseum.com, +46-733-603117

Ann-Charlotte Jönsson, Stockholm Business Region,

ann-charlotte.jonsson@stockholm.se  +46-768-254992

Mårten Karlsson, STIM, 

marten.karlsson@skap.se +46-8783-9517

Amanda Elefelt, Auddly ,

amanda@auddly.com  +46-733-484-700

ABOUT S/SC Stockholm Songwriting Camp is an initiative that brings together writers and producers from around the world. It is a hub that values the creativity of others and wants to provide a neutral platform for embracing creativity and instigating relationships across the songwriting world. Being actively concerned about equality, encouraging multiculturalism and being gender neutral Stockholm Songwriting Camp wants to embrace the inspiration and nurture the artistic expression of songwriters and producers everywhere. The concept was founded by Niclas Molinder.

ABOUT ABBA THE MUSEUM ABBA The Museum opened its gates to the public on May 7, 2013 and is located on Djurgården, right between Liljevalchs and Gröna Lund. ABBA is one of the world’s most successful music groups, with over 380 million records sold worldwide. ABBA The Museum presents a complete image of the band from the time ABBA was formed in the early 70’s to their breakthrough in 1974 with Waterloo, their big world tours, up until their break in 1982. Since opening the museum has counted over 800 000 visitors from all over the world. The building also houses a history of Swedish Popular Music presenting over 400 Swedish artists from 1920’s until todays artists such as Robyn, Roxette and Avicii. A special place in the museum is dedicated to present the Swedish songwriters and producers such as Max Martin, Shellback and Jörgen Elofsson just to mention a few.

ABOUT AUDDLY Auddly was formed to facilitate royalty distribution and copyright management for music creators. The service aims to resolve a big problem in the music industry today, the question of copyrights and other compensation for songs where several parties are involved. Auddly is a web-based community that gathers all information about a musical piece in one place, as an independent bridge between the music industry’s copyright owners and master owners. Songwriters, producers, writing companies, artists and other interested parties can collaborate here on the production of their songs, while at the same time managing the legal aspects involved.

ABOUT STIM STIM is a Swedish collective management organization for music creators and publishers. On their behalf, STIM administers and licenses performing and mechanical rights to music and lyrics. STIM is a non-profit organization representing 77,000 songwriters, composers, text authors and music publishers worldwide.

Stockholm Business Region, with its subsidiaries Stockholm Business Region Development and Stockholm Visitors Board,  is the official investment and tourism promotion agency for the Stockholm region.  Stockholm is one of Europe’s most dynamic sustainable regions. Stockholm Business Region is fully owned by the City of Stockholm. Our common brand is Stockholm – The Capital of Scandinavia.

www.stockholmbusinessregion.se
www.visitstockholm.com
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