Andi Studer is the founder of the Netaudio London festival and together with Matt Spendlove, a Director of Cenatus CIC.
By developing Netaudio London, Andi realised his dream of producing a music festival focused on new music, sound art and creativity enabled by Internet technologies. Running Netaudio with Matt and a wider network of like-minded people the festival remains a major source of inspiration that Andi channels into his work as creative producer.
Andi’s past experience includes working as project manager for The Hub with whom he is now an associate. Having been at the centre of the Hub operations and involved in projects such as Fertilizer and Phrased & Confused, Andi gained a detailed understanding of the UK’s creative industry across the fields of production, research and training.
During 2009, Andi Studer participated in New Music Plus… developed by the PRS Foundation in association with the hub, supported by Arts Council England, the Cultural Leadership Programme and Sound and Music. As part of this producer development programme, Andi enjoys the success of working with the Serpentine Gallery on a series of music events.
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