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42 posts about Music on this blog

  1. On the Production Line: The Many Roles of the Producer

    Thursday 7 July 2011, 17:20

    Miriam O'Keeffe Miriam O'Keeffe

    Brian MacMahon, In-house producer for Dioneo, a London based operatic production company, gives us his take on the role(s) of the producer.



    When I was a student I made theatre in all kinds of different ways. I acted, adapted, directed, lit, costumed, production managed and marketed shows from page...

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  2. Do It Yourself - Do artists need managers?

    Tuesday 24 May 2011, 10:03

    Francesca Tortora Francesca Tortora

    Jon Webster, CEO of Music Managers Forum gives his thoughts on the role of managers in the 21st century music industry.

    "Digitisation and the internet have led to an explosion of musical artists but there are currently not enough managers for all those artists. Whilst organisations like the MMF are educating...

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