So You Want to Start a Podcast: A Workshop For Beginners
Part of the Spring 2017 Digital Initiatives Workshop Series at The Graduate Center, CUNY
March 7th, 2017

Conference Presentations: Using Technology
Part of the Fall 2015 Professional Development Workshops for Music Students, The Graduate Center, CUNY
October 15th, 2015

“Developing Educational Programming for the Opera-Going Public: A 5-Year Retrospective of Program Evolution at the Metropolitan Opera Guild”

Paper Presentation and Workshop, The Past, Present and Future of Public Musicology
Westminster Choir College at Rider University, Princeton, NJ
January 30th – February 1st, 2015


Workshop Description: Following the paper presentation, this workshop will focus on the creative process of developing public programming, working through the building blocks of successful planning and execution. Workshop attendees will participate in the process of brainstorming possibilities for public programming linked to a variety of musical performance genres, and workshop the development process behind the planning, creation, and execution of educational musical events geared towards public audiences. Discussions of topic selections, content coverage, program cohesion, and formatting of events will be addressed, as well as brainstorming basic strategies for marketing, awareness, and audience building. The workshop is designed to be interactive and collaborative, with a goal of providing participants with inspiration and a practical framework of program development that can be adapted to their own organizations and initiatives.


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