About Ramzi SAIDANI

Ramzi SAIDANI is fond of classical music (abooove all opera) and new technologies. He particularly likes digital, the web, Puccini, Massenet, Domingo, Alagna, Netrebko & Gruberova (Grubi for the closest friends :). He has been working as digital marketer and strategy consultant for 15 years. He has funded Lanoramax a consulting company focused on cultural industries that helps the start-ups (of which Sonic Solveig) and the incumbent musical institutions to achieve their digital transformation and strategies. He has created and animated the Meet-up Music and Digital (#MusikNum) in the CentQuatre Paris since septembre 2016. Ramzi is a also a tenor. He has studied lyric singing with Pierre VANHOENACKERE in Tourcoing Conservatory and Robert Expert and Sonia Morgavi in Bobigny. He is also president of the Association Cavatine et Rondo (dedicated to lyrical music promotion) and he wrote a book of short stories ”Nouvelles Russes”, in which of course music play a major role :)

Standing area : a part of the wordwide fame of the Vienna State Opera

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in this series dedicated to intangible asset of classical music institutions (See former posts dedicated to Berliner Philarmoniker and Sydney Opera houses),  today, I will be talking about Vienna State Opera House (in German Wiener-Staatsoper) and more precisely about its Continue reading

Digital signage vs paper poster in Wiener Staatsoper: spot the difference !

Digital signage and paper posters are both used to promote and inform loyal audience as well as numerous curious onlookers going around the well-know Wiener-Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera House). Due to reflects (indeed it is sunny weather in Vienna in Continue reading

Wiener Staatsoper Live Operas : a peep at some cross-channel tactics

 Live Oper am Platz Der Fliegende Holländer was broadcast live from the Wiener Staatsoper on 09 May 2013. As this Wagner’s first major opera lasts 2 hours and halfstill with no intermission, I traded off between a standing place inside Continue reading

Intangible assets of musical institutions : focus on Sydney Opera House

By way of introduction Some cultural institutions do have a high brand value and valuable assets to differentiate and hold both their position and search for larger audience. Often the more difficult for a non-initiated one is to cross the Continue reading