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  • The Slippery Slope
    In the post economic downturn environment, it is all too easy to become the victim of detrimental group-think; musicians are overp […]
  • There’s a Downside To Success
    Simply put, business is booming. Back in January I published an article about the growth going on within The Venture Platform segm […]

Brian Dickie

Butts In the Seats

  • What Is Best In The Arts?
    The Spring Issue of Arts Presenters’ Inside the Arts is out. When I first got the hard copy version, I quickly scanned through to […]
  • Care and Feeding of Arts Workers
    There was a good example of the importance of good leadership and management in the context of orchestras in a recent post on The […]

Jason Heath's Double Bass Blog

Neo Classical

  • Graceful, Not Wasteful
    The “do-over” is something we never get in life. One my list of things I wish I could “do-over” is to take better care of myself a […]
  • Snow Day, Snow Hill, and Symphonic Solutions
    It’s been a long, long winter for just about everyone in the country. The “Polar Vortex” blamed for the freezing temperatures, sno […]

non divisi

Scanning The Dial

  • Job Opening: Music Director In Indiana
    10694 – WFIU Music Director, Radio and Television Services Job Summary: Oversees the acquisition, selection, and scheduling of WFI […]
    Marty Ronish
  • $10 Million to NY Public Radio
    From the New York Times: Not all Mondays are bad.  For New York Public Radio’s stations WNYC, WQXR, and NJ Public Radio, this Mond […]
    Marty Ronish

Sticks and Drones

Lynn Harrell

  • Cello Perspectives With WFMT
    I had the pleasure of participating in WFMT’s cello month, which is planning to broadcast Songs My Father Taught Me on January 31s […]
  • Thank you, Henri.
    Henri Dutilleux has died. His work as a musician and composer is, and like Stravinsky, will remain a pinnacle of accomplishment fr […]