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Saturday Seminars for 2010-11 kick off September 25

September 22, 2010

Event explores financial management and music entrepreneurship

James Remis

This Saturday, September 25, the School of Music will host the first Saturday Seminar of the 2010-2011 school year. This workshop, led by Astrid Baumgardner and James Remis, will focus on financial matters related to music entrepreneurship. The presenters will discuss practical career considerations and the variety of options open to students as they enter the profession. In addition, they will discuss and answer questions about the financial and tax implications of various kinds of work in music. This seminar will be of great value to anyone considering a career as a musician. The seminar is open to graduate students in the Yale School of Music.

Astrid Baumgartner

Topic: Financial Management for the Young Musician: How to Become a Music Entrepreneur and Create a Sustainable Career

Led by: Astrid Baumgardner and James Remis

When: Saturday, September 25th from 11am-1pm

Where: on the stage of Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Hall

Register online HERE.

The session will be interactive, and will give students the opportunity to ask questions of two experts in the field of financial management and career development.

The seminar will be streamed live and on demand for those unable to attend.