Online Professionalism: The “Life Update” Protocols by Zach Preucil

The following post was written by Zach Preucil, a cellist, educator, and writer who was a regular contributor for Polyphonic.org ...
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The Importance of Having Some Basic Audio Gear

Every musician needs a way to record themselves and others, whether it is for the purposes of reviewing your practicing, ...
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How You Can Earn Money Using Skype & FaceTime

Let's take a moment to step back and recognize how amazing technology is (when it works!!!). Ok, with that in ...
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What is Your Brand?

Well, maybe the first question we should ask is, "what is a brand?" It is essentially how people view you ...
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Concert Music Needs New Invigorating Ideas

It seems everywhere you look, there is an orchestra or chamber music group performing in an unusual venue, perhaps at ...
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Why Your Website is So Important

When I hear about a particular ensemble, musician, or artist, the first thing I do is...you guessed it...google them. I ...
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Grant Applications Due 10/1/17 for Research and Innovative Projects!

The Eastman School of Music's Paul R. Judy Center is pleased to announce the grant application deadline for the 2017 ...
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Spotlight on Innovation: New Bedford Symphony’s “Gravity in Space and Sound”

The New Bedford (MA) Symphony Orchestra (NBSO) has a remarkably creative education program, led by Terry Wolkowicz, a graduate of ...
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The Gig Economy and What it Means for You

You may have heard it called the creative economy, the sharing economy, or the gig economy. What these names refer ...
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Paola Prestini on Authenticity and Thinking One Step Ahead

In this short video clip from the October 2016 INNOVATE. LEAD. MUSIC. Conference, Paola Prestini, Composer and Director of National ...
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