“Herein lies the secret to artistry on the concert stage: Artistic performers are prepared performers.”
–The Musician’s Way, p. 155
The Fall 2022 issue of The Musician’s Way Newsletter features two-dozen articles spanning topics pertinent to novice and veteran musicians alike.
Whether you’re interested in improving your musicianship, advancing your music career, growing audiences, or learning about the evolving music industry, you’ll find a range of timely resources.
Practicing Individually & Together
One article identifies ways for collaborating musicians to offer critiques and enhance creativity in the process.
Several others delve into individual practice strategies that enhance productivity, artistry, and self-motivation.
There’s also important information about protecting ourselves from music-induced hearing loss.
You’ll find articles spotlighting Ukrainian music, the importance of 20th-century recordings, and the nature of piano voicing and construction.
I include one piece detailing a historic tour of an American orchestra to China and another celebrating a beloved U.S. musician and musicpreneur.
Music Career Insights
For performers and arts administrators seeking to build audiences, articles describe why people attend arts events and why ticket discounts don’t necessarily bring in younger listeners.
There’s fresh data, too, about arts education in the U.S. as well as ideas to distribute self-produced recordings.
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