Music is a beautiful art that everyone enjoys.  For musicians, singers, songwriters, composers and directors; music is simply a joy to create and express their emotions. But for millions of musicians around the world who want to connect and collaborate to share their passion, how do they do it? That’s exactly the challenge, Musomap.com wants to tackle.

A while back I got a message from an old university friend Amanda Tse in Sydney, who told me about the website her partner, violinist and software developer, Kahne Raja was working on. I checked out the site and I think it’s a really cool idea. Musomap empowers musicians like guitarists, violinists, vocalists etc.  anywhere around the world to join the site, pin their position on a Google Map and say what their interested in doing, whether it be finding people to jam with nearby or collaborate with people around the world or share their music.  It is an initiative by musicians for to promote local musicians and music groups.

The site was only launched in April 2012 but has already gathered around 1,500 musicians around the world. The goal is to connect half a million musicians and by leveraging social sharing features like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest, that number is not hard to believe.

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Jason Lim

Jason is an Australian born Chinese living in Beijing, specializing in entrepreneurship, start-ups and the investment eco-system in China, especially in the tech and social area.