More on “Professional” Nomenclature

Last week I posted a Reader Response that stemmed from a reader’s email inquiry about what characteristics differentiate between who is a professional musician and who isn’t.  The article generated some interesting responses and a few additional questions.  “I believe any neologisms would just call attention to the whole dilemma rather than giving the affected people a straightforward way to refer to them when asked.” –  Eric Bruskin, Pennsylvania “A professional …

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Reader Response: Klaus Heymann Interview

Frequent reader and theatre manager guru Joe Patti wrote in with some reflections on the Klaus Heymann Interview.  In particular, what struck him was the segment of the interview where Klaus suggests that arts administration programs should provide much more practical experience for their students.  But instead of just writing to me about it, he wrote an entire article about it at his theatre management blog.  Joe starts off his blog …

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A Few Worthwhile Pointers

There’s a new website called myauditions.com that’s doing its part to solve a problem I see in the industry.  It’s organizing and making available a comprehensive list of job openings in the field of arts management, music performance, and arts education.  And the best part is that you don’t have to pay any fee to view and apply for the jobs.   They also have a discussion board, recent appointments list and …

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An Interview With Klaus Heymann Part 3

To continue where we left off yesterday, this is Step Three in the series entitled How To Save Classical Music.  In this installment we will continue the interview with Klaus Heymann, Chairman of HNH International, the parent company of Naxos.  Today’s installment will focus on the third theme concerning how classical music needs to improve as well as additional comments and conclusions.

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An Interview With Klaus Heymann Part 2

To continue where we left off yesterday, this is Step Three in the series entitled How To Save Classical Music. In this installment we will continue the interview with Klaus Heymann, Chairman of HNH International, the parent company of Naxos.. Today’s installment will focus on the second theme concerning how classical music needs to improve.

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