Whether you are a freelance musician, band leader, or nonprofit CEO, social media marketing is essential in today’s high-tech, fast-paced world. Invest one hour with Leire Bascaran (Brand Networks, Xerox) and Michael Reed (Eastman School of Music) to discover the ten best practices for social media marketing success.
This webinar will be an open forum for questions related to music careers. Attendees can submit questions when they register, as well as live on the webinar. Our panel of creative and experienced music career advisers will answer questions and discuss thoughts and strategies with participants. This is a great opportunity to get feedback regardless of whether you are a student about to embark on your career, or an experienced professional looking to advance your career. No matter how big or small, simple or complex your questions might be, bring them on! And let our expert panelists offer you their thoughts!
With a short introduction to the mechanics of crowdfunding (it is by no means a new thing) we’ll continue with a panel presentation/discussion of three successful online fundraising campaigns from three recent Eastman School of Music graduates. The scope of the projects and the ways in which each person navigated their experiences will be of tremendous value to anyone wishing to raise funds for a project based effort in music.
Steve and Mike will talk through specific steps you can take to become a more comfortable, effective public speaker.
Come hear from three panelists representing organizations where innovative models of ensemble performance are thriving. They will share ways their organizations are creating innovative opportunities for music making, and compelling programs for audiences around the country and the world. They will also discuss their visions for the future and what new ideas and initiatives may be on the horizon.
This webinar will discuss a variety of online music tools that offer opportunities for virtual instruction ranging from simple course supplementation to real-time, webcam lessons.
Are you moving to a new city and looking for ways to start a successful freelance career? This webinar will provide a wealth of valuable information and leave you energized and inspired!
Join us for an inside look at the grad school application process, from applying to final decisions.
Playing music beautifully is an art. Performing consistently at a high level is a skill. Learn how to harness your energy and attention to improve your performance in the most challenging situations.
Join four leaders in the field for an hour-long discussion about branding and self promotion.
Join us for an engaging discussion with three orchestra professionals as they provide insight into the process and nature of auditions, where we are today, and where we are headed. Registration is free!
Interacting with both online and traditional media outlets is essential for today’s musicians; with or without a publicist, artists are more successful when they interface with journalists, including bloggers, to effectively promote performances and recordings. Ultimately it’s about reaching your audience.
This webinar will be a discussion focused on the plight of classical music and its decline in popular culture. While it may seem that classical music is “dying,” there are programs and individuals that are seeking to revitalize the orchestral world. Join us as leaders of several innovative programs from around the country discuss how they are making in impact in their communities.
This webinar will provide an overview of the themes and mindsets of artists and entrepreneurs, specifically how to hone skills in creative and critical thinking, flexibility, self reliance, communications, technology, promotion – the things artists need to build a satisfying life in music. Attendees are invited to share assumptions, questions, and ideas about their future careers, and gain insight into the programs in place at New England Conservatory and other educational institutions that will help individuals to identify and proactively pursue their professional artistic goals.
There’s more to success than only being consumed by your art.
Learn the real-world strategies that enable you to live the Art Life. All artists – musicians, filmmakers, writers, painters and more – will discover how to make art and make money to support your creative pursuits – whatever they may be. Just like oil and vinegar, art and business do mix – as long as you learn to shake things up a bit using the ideas from this session.