Intimidating orchestra music
Ever since my first encounter with the orchestra this past spring, I have felt that I found a musical home, a place where making music at the highest level meets the desire to share the art form with as many people as possible and ensuring that it is available to audiences free of charge.
I look forward to continuing this special tradition and to enhance it even further.
(If a potential Manager is asking for too much more, you should probably avoid signing with them.
They’re either a scammer or completely ignorant of how the business really works.) So, what do you get for your 20%?
Since exploding onto the scene in 2004, City Music Cleveland has won cheering audiences with beautiful music, brilliantly performed in familiar neighborhood settings.
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The Board of Trustees of City Music Cleveland is excited to announce the appointment of Music Director Amit Peled, effective with the 2019-2020 season.
In 2019-20 the Israeli-American cellist, conductor, and pedagogue will conduct two five-concert series.
They’re not doing this out of the goodness of their own hearts, however, so expect to pay them around 20% of income derived from your musical career.
Apart from the prestige of being able to say “Talk to my Manager,” however, what can a Manager really do for you?
(Side note: please don’t say “Talk to my Manager.”) It’s important to have realistic expectations about a working relationship before you agree to work together, so here’s what you need to know.
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Are you ready to take your music career to the next level but don’t have the right connections and expertise?
If so, it might be time to consider bringing a Manager onto your team.