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Conservatory of Music to host Angela Myles Beeching, noted author and music educator

Mar 6, 2012

On March 12-13, 2012, the Conservatory of Music will host Angela Myles Beeching for a two-day residency with faculty and students. The focus will be to learn about the latest trends in arts education and the challenges of preparing music students for the varied opportunities available today.

As part of her residency, Ms. Beeching will encourage Conservatory students and faculty to consider how they can best develop the skills and attitudes that will help them to be adaptable and open to both find and create new opportunities to perform, teach, manage and compose in part, to help insure that music remains a vital part of society.

Additionally, Ms. Beeching will lead workshops to help faculty develop and strengthen the various forms of assessment used in the Conservatory to help insure that all students are well prepared for their future success.

For more information about this residency, please contact Keith Hatschek, Music Management Program Director.

 

About Angela Beeching
Author of the acclaimed "Beyond Talent: Creating a Successful Career in Music," Angela Myles Beeching is a leader in the field, and co-hosts the Network of Music Career Development Officers, the premier organization of the profession. She also directs the Center for Music Entrepreneurship at Manhattan School of Music and, as consultant to Indiana University, mentors the Project Jumpstart initiative. Previously, Ms. Beeching directed the Career Services Center at New England Conservatory.

In demand as a consultant and speaker, Angela has led workshops at Eastman, Juilliard, Peabody, Colburn, and Oberlin Conservatories. She has also been guest speaker at conferences for the National Association of Schools of Music, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, and the National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy. Ms. Beeching's articles have appeared in Inside Arts, Classical Singer, and Chamber Music magazines.

      A Fulbright Scholar and Harriet Hale Woolley grant recipient, Ms. Beeching holds a doctorate in cello performance from Stony Brook University.

 

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