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In a special feature article, we asked five top competitors about what they’ve learned, both as winners and losers, through their experiences.
"I always imagine myself being as nervous as possible and still playing well," said Austin Larson, winner of the International Horn Competition of America—just one nugget among many uncovered in our interviews.
Musical America’s latest Special Report, Music Publishing: Copyright Demystified, untangles the many components of the “bundle of rights” protecting and fostering the very core of the arts world: The Work.
After all, the proper use of artistic works is one of the bedrocks of the business as well as for fostering creativity.
We’ve included both foreign and domestic programs, the tiny programs (Cellos at Belle Serre in Castres, France, with an enrollment of ten) and the huge programs (University of North Carolina at Greensboro Summer Music Camp, with 1,900).
The new Guide to Music Schools puts critical, in-depth information about more than 50 music schools and conservatories at your fingertips: audition requirements, post-graduate assistance programs, size of the student body, musical degrees offered, number of full time and adjunct faculty, tuition and number of scholarships awarded—as well as all the needed contact information and particulars.
The Musical America Worldwide audience voted for the innovators and here they are: women composers who mentor teenage girls to follow in their footsteps; opera company GM’s who are pushing the envelope and bringing in new audiences; a cellist who plays in neo-natal units; a conductor who leads choirs of homeless men and women; a pianist bringing back the pedal piano by commissioning new works for it; a competition in which everybody wins; a publicist who creates a press kit with origami cranes to promote a show called Their ideas and the courage to follow them through, no matter how off-the-wall, controversial, or otherwise out of the box, keep us moving forward, spur us on to stay creative and keep the field of performing arts vital and exciting.
Culled from the hundreds of competitions in our database, we’ve come up with a select list; in it you'll find information on frequency, deadlines, disciplines, semifinal and finals dates, eligibility, awards options (such as performances, management, and recordings), and much more.
With our annual Special Report on Festivals, we continue a Musical America tradition dating back at least 50 years—perhaps longer—of reporting on the year’s upcoming festivals.