The article below was written by Margaret Hinchliffe, a 2020 Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation and Research Grant Recipient. A pianist, collaborator, and educator, Hinchliffe is passionate about storytelling through music. She has performed at Festivals including the Aspen Music Music Festival, the American Institute of Musical Studies (AIMS), Songfest, and Source Song Festival. Hinchliffe’s project, “How It’s […]
Issue 5 features an article on the trends in opera presentation by new music ensembles, an article on a revitalization effort in downtown Rochester, NY led by the creative community, and an article on youth composition workshops organized by the South Dakota Symphony.
Issue 4 features an article on starting your own musical business, a research article that focuses on the collaboration between the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and New Amsterdam Presents, and an article on ways to provide music students with opportunities to learn about and experiment with 21st century marketing technologies.
Issue 3 features an article on grant writing, an 8-step guide to creating your next music project, and an interview with Rachel Roberts, Associate Professor of Music Leadership and Graduate Degree Program Director at the Eastman School of Music’s Institute for Music Leadership.
Issue 2 features a research paper by James Doser on artistry in arts leadership, a research paper by William Robin on alternative ensembles, a research study on community gamelan undertaken by the ensemble Gamelan Dharma Swara, and a conversation with Donna Milanovich, Executive Director of the Chicago Philharmonic Society.
Issue 1 features a research study by Dr. Daniel Isbell and Dr. Ann Marie Stanley on code-switching musicians, a research article by Dr. John Pippen on residencies of innovative ensembles, a wide-ranging conversation with GRAMMY winning Paul R. Judy Center grantee Third Coast Percussion, and more!