Pretend it's just another job, she says, because "doing your job doesn't make your mouth go dry and your legs shake."We recently asked the MA community to nominate 30 people who are making a difference in our business, either by virtue of their position, their creativity, and/or their dedication—folks about whom you could say, “When they speak, we listen.” Welcome to Musical America's 2015 Guide to Music Schools.
After all, the proper use of artistic works is one of the bedrocks of the business as well as for fostering creativity.
The 2017 Guide is our fourth annual Festivals guide and the largest to date.
We provide in-depth information about these summer musical oases: locations, ticket prices, dates, disciplines, artistic directors, and—for our managers and artists—booking cycles and contacts.
We combed through the nominees (not an easy task; all were deserving) and based our 30 final choices on those who can show measureable results, uniqueness, persistence in the face of resistance or hardend tradition, and inventiveness.
Many arts organizations have realized if they want younger and/or more clientele, they’ll have to go out into their communities and get them.