Our project manager Magali Hochberg attended the AIM SYNC 2019 that took place in London on January 28. The event, which is focused in connecting businesses from the key areas of sync licensing, was an amazing experience that included panels, networking and one-on-one meetings discussing future opportunities for the label's catalog in Europe.
As part of the honorary consul for South America’s largest music festival and conference, SIM São Paulo, our CEO Myla Hardie was invited to mediate the panel “Be A Part of New York City’s Cultural Nightlife” and presented the award for innovator of the year to UK company, Keychange during the SIM annual awards.
Over 4,000 people attend this event and Myla was able to bring some very influential international industry players. The entire Worldhaus’ team also came along to the conference to celebrate the successful year of new partnerships and work together.
This Thursday, November 29, a second screening of the road movie staring Fernando Noronha, Highway 61: from Chicago to New Orleans, will happen at Bar Ocidente in Porto Alegre, Brazil. After the movie the night will be followed by a performance of the band Fernando Noronha & Black Soul.
The tenth and final single from Myla Hardie's Hardie Theater is "Keep The Hope Alive". Alongside Gustavo Chaise, Myla closes the show serenading the audience with an acoustic rendition of her original song.
“Real” is the ninth release of Hardie Theater. The song was originally written by Michael Hardie and is the first track of his album “Real” released in 2014. Michael is also the special guest in this version performed by Myla Hardie.
Worldhaus Music is very happy to announce our new office in Porto Alegre, Brazil. In partnership with our friends from studio Armazém Sonoro, the label is now one of the residents at Vila Flores, which is a collaborative association of artists, creative entrepreneurs, and social and cultural producers.
The seventh release of Myla Hardie's Hardie Theater is out today on Youtube. "Porto Alegre" pays homage to the city in the South of Brazil where Myla lived for 8 years. Written by Michael Hardie with the help of Brazilian artists Tonho Crocco, the song also features special guest and accordion legend Renato Borghetti, who became a close friend of the Hardies during those years they visited and toured around Brazil.