As conference season heats up, I have a few panels and such coming up to share with you all: June 8-10 Americans for the Arts Convention Grand Hyatt San Antonio 600 E. Market Street San Antonio, TX Info and registration (I’ll be speaking as part of the session entitled “From Nice to Necessary: Local ArtsRead More
Upcoming Speaking (and Singing!) Engagements
A bunch of speaking opportunities have come up over the next six weeks that’ll have me covering a wide range of topics, many of them for students and emerging arts leaders. Especially if you live in the New York City metro region, you’ll have a number of chances to see me in public in theRead More
C4 is back with the world premiere of my new piece She Didn’t Mean to Do It, among several other awesome works, this Saturday at St. Joseph’s Church in New York City. Details at the website. I’m actually singing in this concert because the scheduling worked out enough for me to be a part ofRead More
As of Monday, I have completed my first year of business school. I’m currently occupying my time trying to find a sublet in or around Palo Alto, CA, where I’ll be starting a summer internship at the Hewlett Foundation in the performing arts division. In the next few weeks, I’m going to try to kickRead More
She Didn’t Mean to Do It.
“She Didn’t Mean to Do It” will be premiered by C4 on Saturday, June 7 in New York City. More details when they come. Should be a great concert.
Though some days it may not seem that way, I still remain a practicing musician. Next Sunday, the 24th, I will make my debut with the Yale Recital Chorus in a performance of Nicholas Flagello‘s little-known work The Passion of Martin Luther King for chorus and orchestra, directed by Yale School of Music MMA candidateRead More
Not Dead Yet.
C4, the choral collective devoted to living composers that I founded in November 2005 and “facilitated” until this past June, is having its first concert since I abandoned them for New Haven. The program focuses on old pieces or composers reimagined for the 21st century. The action starts tonight at 8pm at St. Joseph’s ChurchRead More
…and welcome to Createquity, hosted by your friendly first-year MBA student, Ian Moss. The purpose of this blog is to shed light on some management issues in the arts (i.e., economics, marketing conundrums, societal impact, etc.) with a special focus on philanthropy. My background is in the performing arts, specifically music, so a lot ofRead More