Tyne Cochran: Tips for Time Management and Motivation

October 18, 2021 In: PRJC News

With a profession that can often be all-consuming, finding ways to effectively manage one’s time and stay motivated are key skillsets for all individuals in the music industry. Whether you are an active performer, teacher, or arts administrator, finding strategies to maximize the effectiveness and impact of our work is key. We recently came across […]

PRJC Grant Program: Apply by October 1

September 27, 2021 In: PRJC News

The Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation and Research is a division of the Institute for Music Leadership at the Eastman School of Music. The Center’s research and programming emphasizes the 21st Century evolution of the innovative ensemble, influenced by both the symphony orchestra and the chamber music traditions, with a focus on creative, artist-centered ensembles that […]

Grantee Spotlight: Dr. John Pippen

September 12, 2021 In: PRJC News

The article below was written by Dr. John Pippen, a 2019 Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation and Research Grant Recipient. Pippen is assistant professor of Ethnomusicology at Colorado State University. His courses address sociological and anthropological studies of music, musical practices around the world, and histories of music in the United States and Europe. […]

PRJC Grant Program: Deadline is October 1

September 7, 2021 In: PRJC News

There is just under one month left to apply for a Paul R. Judy Center grant. The first deadline for the 2021-22 grant program is October 1, 2021 at 11:59pm EST.  The October 1 cycle is open to all applicants and awards typically range in size from $500 to $2000. Click the links below to learn […]

New Season: New Goals

August 23, 2021 In: PRJC News

With the impending start of the new academic year and professional-orchestra seasons, the summer often provides time to reflect and set goals–personal, professional, and musical–for the new year. We recently came across a short article by Dr. Noa Kageyama, faculty member at The Juilliard School, published by The Bulletproof Musician. In the article, Dr. Kageyama […]

PRJC Grant Program: Strategies for Writing a Great Proposal

August 9, 2021 In: PRJC News

The first application deadline for the 2021-22 Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation & Research Grant Program is October 1. The October 2021 cycle is open to all applicants. To learn more about the program and to submit your proposal CLICK HERE.  Below, Rachel Roberts, Director of the Institute for Music Leadership at the Eastman […]

Disruption. Action. Change. Blog Rewind: Margaret Lioi

August 2, 2021 In: Sound Bits

Earlier this year, the Eastman School of Music’s Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation & Research, in collaboration with the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance’s EXCEL Lab, sponsored Disruption. Action. Change. Creating a More Just and Equitable Arts Ecosystem. As part of the series, our five featured guests contributed blog posts that coincided […]

Disruption. Action. Change. Blog Rewind: Garrett McQueen

July 19, 2021 In: PRJC News

Earlier this year, the Eastman School of Music’s Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation & Research, in collaboration with the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance’s EXCEL Lab, sponsored Disruption. Action. Change. Creating a More Just and Equitable Arts Ecosystem. As part of the series, our five featured guests contributed blog posts that coincided […]

PRJC 2021-2022 Grant Program Announcement

July 11, 2021 In: PRJC News

The Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation and Research is a division of the Institute for Music Leadership at the Eastman School of Music. The Center’s research and programming emphasizes the 21st Century evolution of the innovative ensemble, influenced by both the symphony orchestra and the chamber music traditions, with a focus on creative, artist-centered […]

Disruption. Action. Change. Blog Rewind: Dr. Antonio C. Cuyler

June 28, 2021 In: PRJC News, Sound Bits

Earlier this year, the Eastman School of Music’s Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation & Research, in collaboration with the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance’s EXCEL Lab, sponsored Disruption. Action. Change. Creating a More Just and Equitable Arts Ecosystem. As part of the series, our five featured guests contributed blog posts that coincided […]