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Featured Program



Jeff Nytch
, Director of the Entrepreneurship Center for Music at the University of Colorado at Boulder talks about his new role in one of the nation’s first efforts in Music Entrepreneurship Education. His interview is here.

Rachel Roberts
, Director of New England Conservatory’s Entrepreneurial Musicianship program shares her insights on music entrepreneurship education in a conservatory environment. This is a very effective effort that is helping to change the culture of music conservatories. Rachel’s interview is here.

Perhaps one of the best models in the country for young musicians,
Fifth House Ensemble talks about their entrepreneurial efforts in the chamber music world. Their interview is here.

Samantha Crownover & Stephanie Jutt
from the University of Wisconsin-Madison talk about their curriculum, the Arts Enterprise chapter they’ve instituted and the fantastic conference that introduced the effort. You can read the interview here.

The founding members of Arts Enterprise, Kelly Dyla, Nate Zeisler, Chris Genteel and Mark Clague talk about the first national student group dedicated to helping students experience entrepreneurship. Their interview is here.

Amy Rogers
, Director of the Self Employment in the Arts Conference (SEA) discusses what SEA is about and the 2008 conferences. This effort is award winning and has a tremendous reputation for student interaction - clearly a must attend! You can read Amy's interview here.

Michael Drapkin, Director of the Brevard Conference on Music Entrepreneurship discusses this year's conference - July 27-29, 2007. This gathering is a great opportunity to network and learn about the cutting-edge efforts in Music Entrepreneurship education! You can read his comments here.

Linda Essig, Director of the School of Theatre and Film at Arizona State University describes their p.a.v.e project. This is a great model for those contemplating Arts Incubators at their institution. You can read her comments here.

Mary Pinard, acting chair of Babson College's Arts & Humanities Division outlines their "Creativity Stream" and how this curriculum is integrated into their MBA here.

Kevin Woelfel, former director of the University of Colorado at Boulder's Entrepreneurship Center for Music updated us on the Center and the 2006 summer "Intensive" here.