Careers in Music

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Kogan Page Publishers, 1999 - Music trade - 81 pages
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The range of jobs and careers that make use of an interest in music is very broad, but many people do not know how to make working in music into a reality. This book clearly explains the variety of posts available, covering everything from performer (whether in a rock band or a symphony orchestra) to sound engineer and the gamut of jobs available in radio and education. With tips for getting in and on in a highly competitive career, the book also includes a list of useful addresses and futher reading.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
selfemployed musicians
19
Arts administration Artists agentmanager Concert
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About the author (1999)

Ruth Yockney is Education Officer for the Cheltenham Festival. Her varied career in music has included everything from working as an accompanist in a ballet school in Paris to nine years planning and scheduling BBC Radio 3.

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