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Best of Ask Edna: Some FAQs About Artist Management

June 29, 2017 | Edna Landau
One of the seminars I have led most often in recent years is entitled “A Backstage View of Artist Management.” Here are some of the questions I am most frequently asked: How will I know when I am ready for management? The hardest … »Read

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Training Opera’s Next Generation: A Tale of Two Festivals

April 4, 2017 | John Fleming
Summer festivals are fertile turf for young artists hot on the career path, and many have a significant training component alongside their professional, public offerings. Among opera programs, France’s … »Read

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Five Top Competitors: Lessons Learned from Winning and Losing

February 7, 2017 | John Fleming
Winning a competition can be a quick launch pad to career success and fulfillment—but so can losing. Here are the stories of behind five competitors, each now at the top of his or her field. In our previous Competition … »Read

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MA 30 The Innovators: Jane Covner

December 6, 2016 | Richard S. Ginell
Associate, JAG Entertainment Jane Covner oversees the classical clients of JAG Entertainment, a Los Angeles-based public relations, marketing, and celebrity booking company. In her promotions for them, she has come up with some unusually creative … »Read

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MA 30 The Innovators: David B. Devan

December 6, 2016 | Bruce Hodges
General Director and President, Opera Philadelphia “We believe Philadelphia exists at the intersection of sophistication and grit,” says David B. Devan, general director and president of Opera Philadelphia. “We are trying to … »Read

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MA 30 The Innovators: Helen Eaton

December 6, 2016 | Bruce Hodges
Chief Executive Officer, Settlement Music School Founded in 1908, the Settlement Music School has grown into one of the largest community schools for the arts in the United States, with six branches in the Philadelphia/Camden, N.J. area. Its 200 … »Read