Weekly Digest: Music and Passion, the Rewards of Music, the Art of Occupy Wall Street
October 26, 2011
What are classical music’s new entrepreneurs up to?
Bring out your inner entrepreneur and attend the Arts Enterprise Summit: The Creative Economy and You, held March 23-25, 2012
Harmony Project founder, Margaret Martin, who founded the LA organization that provides music education and instruments to disadvantaged youth, receives the 2011 Presidential Citizens Medal
Looking for advice on how to collaborate with non-arts organizations?
What is the language of music advocacy?
Has the iPod made music more disposable?
Read about the carbon cello
Flutists, visit Helen Bledsoe’s blog to play polyrhythms on Taffanel and Gaubert
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