“The Entrepreneurial Muse: Inspiring your Career in Classical Music” explores principles of entrepreneurship in a classical music setting. It’s designed to help students, emerging professionals and educators alike gain the broader perspective and strategic understanding required to negotiate the complex and ever-changing landscape of a professional music career. Readers will acquire strategic and observational tools designed to expand their view of possible career paths in classical music, stimulate creative thinking about how their unique skills can find value in the 21st century marketplace and realize their professional goals through the entrepreneurial process.
Jeffrey Nytch enjoys a diverse career as a composer, educator and author. As director of the Entrepreneurship Center for Music at the University of Colorado Boulder, he is a leading figure in the emerging field of arts entrepreneurship. Nytch is in frequent demand as a speaker, workshop facilitator and consultant. He is represented by Cadenza Artists.
Join us in reading by using the weekly book guide and taking part in discussions led by Sylvia Yang on Facebook @21CMBookClub.
How to Participate in Connect: 21CM Book Club
- Follow the readings with our handy book guide here.
- Join fellow music entrepreneurs and leader Sylvia Yang on Facebook @21CMBookClub for ongoing discussion and thoughtful reading suggestions.
- Ask the author questions you need answered. Now through November 30, you can submit queries to the 21CM Book Club Facebook page @21CMBookClub, via Twitter @21CMusician or through the form below. Jeff Nytch will answer your questions in the January issue of 21CM.