In this video, Jennifer Wright Cook and Wilfredo Hernandez of The Field discuss how artists can build up their capacity for risk; and how funders, presenters, and arts administrators can better support creative risk-taking.
Learn how two acclaimed small ensemble musicians—flutist Valerie Coleman of Imani Winds and jazz trumpeter Dave Douglas—have sustained audiences throughout their careers. This conversation is presented with The Wallace Foundation as part of the Building Audiences for the Arts initiative.
Thanks to everyone who participated in our Why Chamber Music campaign for National Chamber Music Month. Check out the compilation video above; a complete archive of the videos is available on YouTube.
Ongoing changes to security measures at U.S. airports and revised airline policies impact the ability of musicians to carry their instruments in-cabin. Compiled in this report is important information designed to help you keep your instrument safe during air travel.
Discover videos, articles, and research reports on the evolving preferences and demographics of today’s audiences, as well as case studies and first-hand accounts of proven audience engagement strategies.
"Authenticity is usually in the eyes of the observer, and the minute you try and justify your work in the eyes of a third party it becomes more difficult to be true to yourself." – Darrell Grant, 2012 New Jazz Works Grantee