Next week, I’m off to Fredonia State University of New York as a guest lecturer for a two-day residency. I was delighted to receive an invitation from the Ethos New Music Society, a presenting organization established at the State University of New York at Fredonia, to discuss how composers and performers can not only survive, but thrive, in the contemporary performing arts field.
I’m sure a follow-up article will happen after I return but in the process of preparing, I took some time to go through some of my guest lecturing work over the years and came across the following posts:
Wisconsin-Madison’s Bolz Center for Arts Administration
A mock negotiation that ended up being all too real.
Northwestern University School Of Music
A workshop on the realities of a job as an orchestra musician.
Arizona State University Graduate Orchestral Conducting Program
It’s tough to believe this one was 11 years ago but it still seems like it was just yesterday. I’m anticipating the upcoming SUNY residency to be similar in nature.