Career Strategies for Emerging Artists
This course, taught by music business professional and adjunct faculty member at the College of St. Rose - Laura Hartmann, is a comprehensive guide to the somewhat complicated and daunting business of a performing musician. Many different roles must be filled and function together in concert to sustain a viable performing career; this course will endow you with the understanding necessary to fill these roles either personally or by hiring team members. Analogous is the synergy among career elements (touring, recording, advertising, etc) required to optimize your career strategy. All of this is explained clearly in this course. The daunting will become doable. Make the most of your music.
The course is structured in 20 easy to digest segments totaling over 105 minutes of video materials including downloadable PDF lesson notes and sample documents.
Who is it for ? : Aspiring performing artists and/or music business professionals who are looking for a guide to begin their careers or who want to gain the expertise to optimize existing career strategy. Whether you are a part or full-time musician, these strategies can help you to maximize your potential.
Prerequisites : None
While you are taking the course, if you have any questions feel free to contact us at [email protected]
Laura Hartmann has more than 20 years experience in the music business as an artist manager, producer, concert promoter and music lover.
Education has always been a big part of Laura’s work. From setting up residencies in schools around the globe with clients, to becoming an adjunct faculty member at the College of St. Rose (Albany, NY). She has been a guest artist at schools including the University of Hartford, Hartt School of Music; Center for Entrepreneurship at the Manhattan School of Music; University of MD, College Park; University of the Arts (Philadelphia); Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, VA); Albany High School (NY); Jazz Standard Youth Jazz Orchestra among others.