About the Author(s)
Angela Myles Beeching has advised hundreds of emerging and professional musicians on the entire range of career issues that artists face. She loves this work, helping people create their own successful career paths. Her experience includes directing the Center for Music Entrepreneurship at Manhattan School of Music, as well as directing career development programs at New England Conservatory and at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.
A Fulbright Scholar and Harriet Hale Woolley grant recipient, Ms. Beeching holds a doctorate in cello performance from SUNY Stony Brook and received fellowships at Tanglewood and the Banff Centre. Ms. Beeching later held cello faculty positions at California State University, Fresno, and at the Crane School of Music,
A leader in the field of music career development, Ms. Beeching co-founded the Network of Music Career Development Officers, the international organization dedicated to the field. Ms. Beeching's articles have appeared in Inside Arts, Classical Singer, and Chamber Music magazines. She has presented career workshops for many music schools, including Eastman, Peabody, Colburn, and Oberlin Conservatories. She has been a guest speaker at conferences for the National Association of Schools of Music, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, Classical Singer, Chamber Music America, and the National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy.
Ms. Beeching's workshop presentation topics include:
· Music Entrepreneurship De-Mystified
· Career Strategies for
· Time Management & Effective Practice
· Grantwriting for Musicians
· Fundraising for Music Projects
· How to Write a Great Bio
· Job Search Skills for Musicians and Arts Administrators
· Managing Your Creative Projects
· Networking Made Easy
If you have a question for Angela, visit her website at www.angelabeeching.com or email her at: email@example.com.
"This book can serve as an excellent resource for faculty who advise undergraduate music students coming to the end of their time in college as well as for arts management faculty who have musician entrepreneurs among their student body. Further, the book is a valuable call from the field, reminding arts administrators and arts administration educators about the current state of the artistic job market and how artists might be supported by our programs, institutions of higher learning, and arts organizations." --The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society
"Starting with her love of music and years of experience in both academia and the real world, Angela Myles Beeching has written a book full of inspiring yet practical lessons for performing musicians--a kind of workbook for a life in music." --Charlotte Schroeder, President, Colbert Artists Management
"Beyond Talent is like the ultimate Swiss army knife for the young musician. Packed with savvy insights, sage advice, practical ideas and inspiring examples, this omprehensive guide delivers the tools to navigate a successful path in music no matter where it might lead." --Phillip Ying, Violist, Ying Quartet; Associate Professor, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester; former President, Chamber Music America
"Beyond Talent is a wonderfully helpful book for the professional future of any young musician. Beeching writes clearly and comprehensively. Her book is a must for the library of any professional musician." --Robert Freeman, Dean, College of Fine Arts, the University of Texas at Austin
"Authoritative, informative and comprehensive books about the 'classical' music industry are rare and to be prized when they appear. [This] is just such a book. And is consequently to be valued...The tone, manner of delivery, layout, comprehensiveness, accuracy, appropriateness, common sense, wisdom and up-to-date nature of Beyond Talent: Creating a Successful Career in Music, not to mention its very reasonable price, make this as near definitive a winner as there is." --Classical.net
"Beyond Talent provides a much-needed update and will undoubtedly become the new classic in years to come. Beeching's book is extremely helpful, comprehensive, generous,
and insightful. I give it my top four-reed rating, all of them suitable for a Carnegie Hall recital." --Michèle Gingras, The Clarinet
"Convenient to use as a textbook for a one-semester course on career planning...Beyond Talent fills a gaping hole, as it provides excellent material that is difficult to find in other sources...This new edition of Beyond Talent is highly recommended for all libraries that support classical and jazz studies." --Canadian Association of Music Libraries Review