Disruption. Action. Change: Classically Black Series-wrap

April 12, 2021 In: PRJC News

To conclude the Disruption. Action. Change. series, the Classically Black Podcast  has produced a series wrap-up podcast episode. Join Classically Black Podcast hosts Dalanie Harris and Katie Brown as they unpack and discuss the input of the series’ guests while offering insight into how the next generation of arts leaders might use the tools provided in these sessions to embody […]

Disruption. Action. Change. Podcast Episode

March 29, 2021 In: PRJC News, Sound Bits

Mark your calendars! To conclude the Disruption. Action. Change. series, the Classically Black Podcast will publish a series wrap-up podcast episode on Monday, April 5 2021. Join Classically Black Podcast hosts Dalanie Harris and Katie Brown as they unpack and discuss the input of the series’ guests while offering insight into how the next generation […]

Disruption. Action. Change. Week 3

March 22, 2021 In: PRJC News, Sound Bits

Today kicks off week 3 of the Disruption. Action. Change. series. This week we welcome Dr. Antonio C. Cuyler, Associate Professor of Arts Administration & Director of MA Program at Florida State University, and Visiting Associate Professor in the Theatre & Drama Department in the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance at the University of Michigan. Meet our Guest: […]

Disruption. Action. Change: Week 2

March 15, 2021 In: PRJC News, Sound Bits

Today kicks off week 2 of the Disruption. Action. Change. series. This week, our guests include Garrett McQueen, Executive Producer of Trilloquy, and composer Joel Thompson. Meet our Guests: Garrett McQueen spent the first decade of his career as a professional bassoonist, performing with groups including the Knoxville Symphony, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, and the Detroit […]

Disruption. Action. Change: Week 1

March 8, 2021 In: PRJC News, Sound Bits

Today kicks off week 1 of the Disruption. Action. Change. series. Our guests for week 1 are Ashleigh Gordon, Executive and Artistic Director of Castle of Our Skins, and Margaret Lioi, Chief Executive Officer of Chamber Music America. Meet Our Guests: Ashleigh Gordon is co-founder, Artistic/Executive Director and violist of Castle of our Skins, a Boston-based concert […]

Disruption. Action. Change: Session Details

March 1, 2021 In: PRJC News, Sound Bits

Disruption. Action. Change. is a three-part online series where five performing arts change-makers will discuss the role of disruption as an essential force in pursuit of a more just and equitable arts ecosystem. The series centers the notion that upending existing organizational policy, bias, and protocols are vital to the future of the performing arts […]

PRJC Grant Deadline Approaching. Strategies for Writing a Great Proposal

February 22, 2021 In: PRJC News, Sound Bits

The March 1 Deadline of the Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation & Research Grant Program is quickly approaching. The March 2021 cycle is open to all Eastman students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the organizations they represent. To learn more about the program and to submit your proposal CLICK HERE.  Below, Rachel Roberts, Associate Professor […]

Announcing Disruption. Action. Change.

February 16, 2021 In: PRJC News

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, is proud to announce Disruption. Action. Change.     Disruption. Action. Change. is a three-part online series where five performing arts change-makers will discuss the role of disruption […]

PRJC Grant Applications Due March 1st

February 8, 2021 In: PRJC News, Sound Bits

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 […]

Grantee Spotlight: Dr. Miki Kaneda

January 25, 2021 In: Ahead of the Beat

The article below was written by Dr. Miki Kaneda, Assistant Professor of Music at Boston University and a 2019 Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation and Research Grant Recipient.Miki Kaneda’s research focuses on transcultural crossings and the entanglements of race, gender, power, and colonial residues in experimental, avant-garde and popular music in the 20th and 21st […]