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Türkiye Terremoto

Ayuda humanitaria

Golden hour view of the magnificent Sultan Ahmet Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii) in Istanbul T

Türkiye declara el estado de emergencia durante tres meses en 10 regiones afectadas por el terremoto | Las continuas réplicas y el frío complican las labores de rescate | En ambos países han muerto más de 7.000 personas y más de 35.000 han resultado heridas.

Las personas que deseen ayudar en relación con el terremoto ocurrido en Pazarcık, Türkiye, el 6 de febrero de 2023, que causó muchas muertes y daños en una amplia zona, pueden hacer donaciones en los siguientes sitios web de AFAD, la Media Luna Roja y la Presidencia de Asuntos Religiosos:

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Al mismo tiempo, se pueden donar materiales. Se espera que los materiales donados sean nuevos (o muy limpios y en buen estado) y adecuados para las condiciones invernales. Por favor, coloque los materiales en cajas que no sean demasiado grandes para la carga del avión y escriba en ellas información sobre el contenido de los paquetes. Las cajas deben cerrarse después de pasar los controles necesarios.












Ropa interior




Colchón (para la tienda)


Sacos de dormir

Cocina de gas butano catalítico, calefactores

Bombona de butano




Generador eléctrico








 In 'Claiming Your Rights', Ben Mawson (Co-Founder, TaP Music) will present a fascinating case study. TaP Music spearheaded the legal action that led house legends Larry Head and Robert Owens to win a major court battle to reclaim the rights to their music catalogue after decades of struggle.


The live recording of the 'Takin' Care of Lady Busine$$' podcast will join Jennifer Justice (Founder/CEO, The Justice Dept.), executive and former lawyer for Jay-Z, well known for her expertise in forging the careers of many artists, along with TOKiMONSTA (Artist), to discuss her latest business venture as co-founder of SONA, a web3 focused on music etiquette where artists are the sole owners of their creations.


Fat Tony (Artist), will share the journey from his rise as a leader during the 80s and 90s of the club scene as one of London's most hedonistic DJs to his rehabilitation and recovery, in an intimate interview.


Planet in Progress by will feature DJ, producer, pianist, activist, founder of Femme House and music director of W Hotels, LP Giobbi (Artist), leading a workshop to learn key tools in sound production, engineering and design for women, queer and non-binary people.


Elijah (Founder, Make The Ting) will bring to Ibiza the workshop 'Social Media as a Canvas', sharing his vision and experience in the field to build resonant brands through these tools.


In 'Trust the Process', Cristiana Simon (Artist Manager, Alegria Agency), manager of Grammy award winning artist Black Coffee, will share her experiences based on trust as a young manager.


IMS brings back panel discussion with Tom Schroeder (Wasserman, Partner; Agency) in a one-on-one chat with a soon-to-be-announced leading industry promoter.


Trendsetter and master curator David Sinopoli (Founder, iii Points; Co-Owner, Club Space), will share some of his secrets in creating one of the most innovative festivals and running one of the best nightclubs globally, Club Space, which has made Miami one of the most important cities in the dance scene.

Each year, IMS presents opportunities for delegates to explore best practices and innovation in topics related to technology, diversity and inclusion, education and wellness, presented in a variety of formats located at Destino Pacha Resort.

The Art of Areté wellness platform returns for another year to be integrated into the IMS experience for all attendees thanks to the generosity of Pioneer DJ, offering daily programming supporting mental health in our industry, including Vedic meditation, breathing workshops, yoga, sound healing, sunset walks and artist interviews to be confirmed soon.

IMS College, presented in partnership with Point Blank Music School, will offer a full programme led by renowned artists with DJ and production workshops and masterclasses. In between sessions, delegates will have the opportunity for one-to-one consultations, professional coaching and product demonstrations.

IMS Tech X will showcase the latest in technology, with a selection of the world's most innovative brands including Pioneer DJTribeXR and more.

The YouTube Lounge will create a workspace for all delegates where they can schedule meetings and expand their network. On a daily basis, delegates will be invited to meet some of the YouTube team to discuss aspects of the platform and receive top tips for the electronic music industry. During the IMS there will be additional rooms programming Beatport, Deezer and Party Degenerates.

The Legends Dinner presented by YouTube will once again be held to recognise a true pioneer of the electronic music industry for their contribution to the scene. Previous honorees have included Simon Dunmore founder of Defected Records, UnderworldNile RodgersFatboy SlimCarl Cox and Ricardo Urgell, founder of Pacha Ibiza, and the Pacha Group.

IMS co-founder and chief curator Ben Turner states:

"IMS returns to Ibiza's summer season with powerful and diverse content focused on the keys to addressing the challenges facing our industry today. In 2023 we don't have the luxury of speculating about the future. In our industry, the first full year back in business after the pandemic, we will present a dizzying collection of new products, problems and possibilities.


Artists have returned to touring or do so in the midst of a major generational shift, with high production and travel costs and increasingly complex environmental issues surrounding live music. As a tidal wave of AI-generated content moves forward, some welcome a new era of creative possibilities, while others bemoan the loss of another aspect of humanity in music. All the while creating a cornucopia of unanswered questions about rights control. It's time we collectively 'Face the Future'".

Dan Chalmers, Head of Music EMEA at YouTube states:

"YouTube is proud to support IMS in bringing together global industry leaders. Innovation has always been at the heart of electronic music and certainly conferences like IMS are vital to explore together as an industry how to collectively innovate and break new ground in the face of an ever-evolving technology landscape. Change comes from within and we are excited to continue our collaboration with IMS to empower the next generation of electronic music visionaries.

IMS Ibiza delegates will also get to experience some of the island's most famous parties and events, including the iconic IMS Dalt Vila celebration that closes the congress each year.


Delegate tickets for the IMS Ibiza Summit are available to buy now on the IMS website through exclusive broadcast partner DICE, including concessions for students, under 27s and those using sustainable transport to get to Ibiza. Residents get a 50% discount by emailing to certify registration. More information at


Max Lousada (CEO, Recorded Music, Warner Music Group) - Keynote Interview

Sherelle w/ Fabio & Grooverider - In Conversation

Ben Mawson (Co-Founder, TaP Music) - Reclaim Your Rights: A Case Study with TaP Music Publishing

Jennifer Justice (CEO, The Justice Dept.) w/ TOKiMONSTA - Tak

Fat Tony - Main Interview  

LP Giobbi - Planet In Progress by Foundation FM (Production Masterclass)

Elijah presents Yellow Squares (Founder, Make The Ting) - Social Media As A Canvas (Workshop)

Cristiana Simon (Artist Manager, Alegria Agency) - Trust the Process (Debate)

Tom Schroeder (Executive VP, Wasserman) - Agent vs Promoter (Presidential Debate)

David Sinopoli (Founder, iii Points; Co-owner, Club Space) - Main Interview 


Understanding the Unstoppable: AI Unravelled (Half Day)

Web3: Where do we go from here? (Half-day)

Diversity and Inclusion: An in-depth debate

Ageing in Club Culture, presented by Jennifer Cardini 

Claim your rights: A case study from TaP Music Publishing with Ben Mawson and Anna Neville (TaP Music Publishing) and John Truelove (Truelove Music) 

Mental Issues: Understanding Neurodiversity, organised by AFEM (Electronic Music Association)  

Agent vs. promoter (presidential debate)

AI: For and Against (Presidential Debate)

The State of Electronic Music Journalism presented by Shawn Reynaldo of First Floor

How To...Sell Your Career Catalogue presented by Maximilien Jazani (Founder, Catalogue Associates Limited)


IMS Business Report 2023 + Q&A Analysis (Wednesday)

IMS Legends Dinner presented by YouTube (Thursday)  

IMS and Pioneer DJ present: Pioneer Award 2023 

IMS Visionaries 2023 Contest: Entrepreneurship Competition 

IMS Dalt Vila + After-Party presented by Pioneer DJ & YouTube (Friday)

IMS presents The Art of Areté in collaboration with Pioneer DJ (Wellness Space) IMS College in collaboration with Point Blank Music School (Education Space)

IMS Tech X (Technology Space)

Networking Drinks presented by Ultra Music (Wednesday)

Lounges presented by YouTube; Beatport; Deezer; Party Degenerates

The International Music Summit

(IMS) was created in 2007 by Ben Turner, Danny Whittle, Mark Netto, Pete Tong and Simeon Friend. A thought leadership platform for industry, culture and education in electronic music and education in electronic music that advocates for ethical and sustainable growth and aims to be a catalyst
and sustainable growth and aims to be a catalyst for positive progress and transformation from the offices to the transformation from the office to the dancefloor. IMS' annual flagship event IMS' annual flagship event, IMS Ibiza, unites thousands of delegates from across the electronic music industry in a three-day congress. music industry for a three-day congress, the IMS Business Report, the IMS Legends Award
Report, the IMS Legends Award, and the iconic closing celebration of IMS Dalt
, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. IMS is co-sponsored by Pete
Tong and Jaguar (both BBC Radio 1), along with sponsor Pioneer DJ

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