Archive | March, 2011

Going Solo is NOT for the Brave! The Brave Collaborate

By Mark T. Burke As musicians we know how easy it is to work alone.  We often spend many hours working on our craft, by ourselves. It can become easy to think “wow….I am a really great musician” at home, or in the practice room, alone. Business owners have often relied on the “go it […]

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Cut Right…Cut Left….Building a Play for Educational Cutbacks

By Mark T. Burke This morning I listened to the NPR clip “Sweetness and Light” by Frank Deford. Mr. Deford’s states quite simply that during economic times like now, SAM (sports, art and music) activities in schools would seem the obvious choices for cuts.  He then points out there are reasons why music should not […]

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