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Wednesday, October 17 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Modern Music Business Education Programs Assessed

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Get the lowdown on music education here. What are colleges and other academic programs teaching these days? What does the typical curriculum look like and what institutions are leading the way to find solutions for the next generation of musicians and music business professionals?

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Don Braden

Don Braden is a musician of the highest caliber. Having spent years as the saxophonist with greats like Betty Carter, Wynton Marsalis, Freddie Hubbard and Roy Haynes, he has developed an extensive knowledge of every aspect of jazz performance. He is an imaginative, technically excellent, soulful saxophonist, and his harmonic and rhythmic sophistication give him a unique approach to improvising as well as composing and arranging. Most important of... Read More →
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Zach Feldman

Zach Feldman is currently the Operations Coordinator at Indaba Music, which is an online community giving musicians creative impetus to make new music, as well as opportunities to gain exposure and win prizes. Zach has his Music Business degree from New York University, with a minor in web applications and programming. While working on his degree at NYU, Zach became president of the Vocaholics, an all-male a cappella group, as well as president... Read More →
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Sam Howard-Spink

Sam is Clinical Assistant Professor of Music Business in NYU Steinhardt's Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. His research and teaching interests include the political economy of international music industries and emerging network and hybrid business models, national and supranational intellectual property and copyright policies, globalization and cultural hybridity in the BRIC countries, remix/mashup culture, the Access to... Read More →
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John Kellogg

John P. Kellogg is Assistant Chair of the Music Business/Management department at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA and a practicing entertainment lawyer specializing in the music industry with affiliations with law offices in New York City and Cleveland, Ohio. He has represented such clients as the late Gerald Levert, LSG, 2005 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees, The O’Jays, rappers G. Dep of Bad Boy Records and Stat Quo of Shady... Read More →
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Douglas Keogh

Douglas Keogh's career in the music business includes work in radio,as an agent, a not for profit administrator, at record labels and as a music publisher. He has taught as an adjunct professor at NYU, and guest lectured in music business programs at Hunter and Fordham. Douglas helped to build Roadrunner Records over 24 years as EVP, and was a founding member of the Board of Directors of A2IM, the Indie Label trade organization.
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Chris Neuner

Chris Neuner teaches music business and is the Director of Instructional Technology at the Institute of Audio Research in NYC. IAR is the world’s oldest and New York’s largest audio engineering school. He developed associate degree programs in multimedia, radio broadcasting and music recording technology for the Madison Media Institute in Wisconsin. In addition to his work in media education, Chris is a songwriter, arranger and theatrical... Read More →


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