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Are there ways that musicians can use Skype, FaceTime or other video conferencing platforms to earn income? Think creatively about what services you can offer.

Let’s take a moment to step back and recognize how amazing technology is (when it works!!!). Ok, with that in mind, it’s truly mind bending how many new opportunities have been provided by communication technology just in the past few years. For example, where guest speakers and visiting artists pre...

Approach your passion with renewed perspective. Courses in Entrepreneurial Thinking and Career Skills for the 21st Century begin August 30th.


Eastman alum Zachary Preucil provides some great thoughts to consider when sharing your life updates on social media. Check it out!

The following post was written by Zach Preucil, a cellist, educator, and writer who was a regular contributor for Zach provides some great thoughts here about how to share your exciting news on social media. You’ve done it! Months of preparation, persistence and sacrifice have paid o...

Do you have a personal brand? Does your ensemble or organization have a brand? Are you intentionally building your brand?

Well, maybe the first question we should ask is, “what is a brand?” It is essentially how people view you and your work, how they feel about you, how you are perceived by others. Think about Starbucks – what comes to mind? How does it make you feel? What about BMW? Apple, Inc.? They all have brands…

How can arts organizations engage varied audiences? This article offers engagement methods utilized by existing organizations and discusses how these methods may be improved.

Most major arts funders have made engaging diverse audiences a top priority. We dig into how these foundations have adapted grantmaking strategies to meet this goal, and where things are heading.

This useful new database created by Eastman graduate student Molly Murdock features excerpts and compositions by female composers used to explain concepts in music theory.

This is a database of excerpts and complete musical compositions by women composers. The music is categorized by theoretical concept for use in music education.

Online music resource and Eastman partner, MUSAIC, redesigns their comprehensive video library with a renewed focus on live events and more.

MUSAIC is an online community of classical musicians and a continuously updated video library curated by the New World Symphony, America’s Orchestral Academy.

Yamaha Music USA has partnered with the University of Rochester's Eastman School of Music to sponsor five outstanding graduate students, selected from an international pool of applicants, to participate as fellows in the Eastman Leadership Conference, June 21 – 24, 2017.

For More Information: Jim Doser (585-274-1470, Yamaha Corporation of America has partnered with the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music to sponsor five outstanding graduate students, selected from an international pool of applicants, to participate as fellows…

The University of Rochester offers free career-advancement webinars to current students and alumni. Check out both archived and upcoming sessions to help navigate today's job market.


Grants Available! Deadline for proposals: October 1, 2017. Funding available in two categories: research and innovative projects. Check it out and apply!

The Paul R. Judy Center for Applied 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 tra...

What skills and strengths do you have? What creative services can you offer? Who might need your services and how can you find and connect with them? These are questions to think about in the context of the growing "gig economy."

You may have heard it called the creative economy, the sharing economy, or the gig economy. What these names refer to is a growing trend of workers who are pursuing career paths dictated by their own unique set of skills and services, as well as their preferred work schedule. In other words, they ar...

Applications are open for Music Action Lab, an innovative residency in San Francisco and Mexico for musicians across the world to advance issues of social justice. This scholarship-driven program includes workshops with underprivileged populations, concerts in the USA and Mexico, conference networking, and a recording.

• Awarding up to ten talented musicians with all tuition, including living, food, and travel expenses to advance their artistry