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Paris et Berlin, deux scènes musicales cosmopolites ? La diversité nationale des intermédiaires culturels en question

Abstract : Paris and Berlin stand out in Europe for their nightlife and the vitality of their music scene. Music bookers play a key role in both of these capitals' cultural influence. Analysing the national and geographical diversity among these central, yet little-known, actors provides a better understanding of the issues pertaining to their international circulation and its effects on the scene. On both sides of the Rhine, access to the music field varies for foreign cultural intermediaries. While Berlin's scene seems more open to foreigners than Paris, this relative openness nevertheless leaves out the Germans from the former GDR. Studying the intermediaries' national and geographichal diversity finally highlights the difference in working practices implemented in both cities' music venues.
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Myrtille Picaud. Paris et Berlin, deux scènes musicales cosmopolites ? La diversité nationale des intermédiaires culturels en question. Hommes & migrations, Musée de l’histoire de l’immigration 2019, Capitales européennes et diversité culturelle, Octobre-décembre 2019 (1327), pp.15 - 21. ⟨10.4000/hommesmigrations.10074⟩. ⟨hal-02470558⟩

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