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    August 7, 2014
    Joyce DiDonato on The Singer's Audition Handbook
    WATCH | Joyce DiDonato joins the conversation on Carnegie Hall's Musical Exchange by adding her thoughts about the audition process for singers. Joyce also praises the work being done on The Singer's Audition Handbook, a series of informative blog posts intended to guide vocal students and aspiring professionals through the audition process.
    August 5, 2014
    Summer School: How to Build Business as a Chamber Musician
    WATCH | Panelists Daniel Sher, former Dean, College of Music, University of Colorado-Boulder; Seldy Cramer, artist manager; and members of the Takács Quartet discuss how to determine where to perform, how to communicate and connect with audiences, and where to seek out residency opportunities.
    August 4, 2014
    NYO-USA Musician Blogs: At the Front of the Stage
    READ | As the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America performs its final concert of 2014 at The Music Center’s Walt Disney Concert Hall, musician blogger Leah Meyer shares how she prepared to introduce Gil Shaham and Britten’s Violin Concerto during NYO-USA’s Carnegie Hall debut. Leah is one of 18 musicians who spoke from the stage throughout this summer’s tour.