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As the audience is getting grayer and grayer at symphony concerts around the country, American symphony orchestras are being forced to come up with new and imaginative ways to attract younger audiences.
In the first cross-post of Angela Beeching’s “Monday Bytes,” we pose the question: “What’s Your Business Model?”
eighth blackbird, the Chicago-based contemporary music ensemble, can teach us a great deal about how to make an impact in classical music.
Two methods of movement education that have been particularly popular with musicians are the Feldenkrais Method and Alexander Technique. These two methods of somatic education use specific patterns of movement to help bring our attention to how we move.
Now, more than ever before, musicians need to be entrepreneurial in creating their own paths to success. Read on to learn from expert Angela Beeching about how to forge your own way in music.
In the conclusion to “The Future is Now” we explore Visionary, the music innovation project. It is designed to empower classical musicians to play an integral role in revitalizing and reinventing the way classical music is presented and perceived. That is our mission statement… but what are we looking for?
Angela Myles Beeching, author of “Beyond Talent: Creating a Successful Career in Music,” has advised hundreds of musicians on every aspect of career advancement. Here, Beeching offers five keys strategies especially relevant to string players.
Yo-Yo Ma brings contagious joy and energy to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Citizen Musicianship Initiative!
Music for music’s sake can be a beautiful thing. But those out there who are the most creative and innovative are also those who are making a concrete difference in the everyday lives of those they touch. Part 3 of 4 in the “The Future is Now.”
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