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Jeff Conner speaks about The Entrepreneurial Musician Oct. 21

October 10, 2013

conner-jeffThe Brass Studios and the Office of Career Strategies will present a talk with Jeff Conner, the founder of Boston Brass Ensemble, on Monday, October 21 at 4:15 pm.

Meet Jeff Conner, founder of the successful 20-year old Boston Brass Ensemble, who will speak about The Entrepreneurial Musician: Tools to Catapult Your Success in the Music World. Students will learn how to start an ensemble, launch a music career, derive multiple income streams, manage your finances, and build and maintain a network.

This workshop is a must for students who want to know how to start and run a successful ensemble, as well as anyone who is wondering how to launch a successful and financially sustainable career as a musician.  

The workshop takes place in Parker Hall (Room 408 in Leigh Hall).

Jeff Conner is the only original member of Boston Brass remaining in the ensemble. He founded the group with some fellow Boston musicians while a student at Boston University and has engineered the meteoric rise of this ensemble’s fame in the world of popular chamber music. Jeff received his master’s degree in music from Boston University and his bachelor’s degree in music from Boston Conservatory.

Who: Jeff Conner

What: The Entrepreneurial Musician:  Tools to Catapult Your Success in the Music World

When: Monday, October 21, 4:15–6 pm

Where: Parker Hall, 408 Leigh Hall