First Tuesday Sessions Videos

Highlights from CMA's First Tuesday Sessions are archived below. Videos from the current season are generally posted within two weeks of their original airing.

with Flutronix: Allison Loggins-Hull and Nathalie Joachim

In this video, recorded at our February 2016 First Tuesday Session, the innovative flute-and-electronics ensemble Flutronix discusses DIY and traditional approaches to publishing music. Learn what’s changed in music publishing, what it takes to sell and market your music on your own, and how publishing your compositions can lead to other exciting professional opportunities

Allison Loggins-Hull and Nathalie Joachim comprise Flutronix, an acclaimed flute duo whose performances feature “a unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming and soulful vocals” (The Wall Street Journal). The duo’s work as performers, producers, and composers has led to high-profile collaborations and performances at the Brooklyn Museum, Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium, and WNYC’s Greenespace, as well as clinics and educational programs at The Juilliard School and the New England Conservatory.

 

 

Navigating Today's Professional Landscape

Bassoonist and ICE-core member Rebekah Heller discusses what it takes to run a successful ensemble in today’s performing arts environment, and how artistry and organizational savvy can—and should—coexist in a career. READ MORE

 

Producing Music Videos with Kelly Hall-Tompkins

A well-crafted video raises the visibility of all your music activities—whether performance, teaching, or outreach. Learn how to be your own art director and/or to work with a cinematographer to create captivating visual media. READ MORE

 

Creating a PR Strategy with Matt Merewitz

In this video, Matt Merewitz maps out the “new world order” of print and digital music promotion with a focus on strategy. Learn the benefits of “old school” practices in combination with new approaches. READ MORE

 

Music, Money, and Uncle Sam

Larry Bomback, COO/CFO of the Cultural Data Project, and Anne Adamowsky, from Trudy C. Durant & Associates, discuss what you need to do to be ready for tax season. READ MORE

Public Speaking for Musicians

Learn how best to prepare, practice, and deliver effective and engaging presentations, from pre-concert talks to spoken program notes, as well build techniques for staying confident and relaxed. READ MORE

 

 

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