Musician speed dating
Registration for workshop Milan Cimfe (producer, musician, Sono Records) Tomáš Neuwerth (producer, musician, Animan Studio) Mary C (Radio Wave, DJ and curator of Post-Label) 11.30–12.30 A quick guide for a showcase band – the creative part How to build an unforgettable performance, and what you should never do on stage.Barak Weiss (dramaturge and general manager, Tel Aviv Jazz Festival and International Music Showcase Festival, Israel) 13.00–14.00 How to get to a prestigious conference and a showcase event such as The World Music Expo – Womex and to festivals abroad Alexander Walter (Womex director, Piranha Berlin, Germany) Martyna Markowska (head of programming at Katowice City of Gardens, WOMEX hosting organization in 2017, Poland) Miriam Rossius (PR manager, Rudolstadt Festival, Germany) Dubi Lenz (general manager, Red Sea Jazz Festival, Israel) Mary C (Czeching, Radio Wave) 15.30–16.30 Media strategy & networking Mary C (Radio Wave, DJ and curator of Post-Label) Martin Tvrdý aka Bonus (producer, rapper, musician and graphic designer) 11.30–12.30 A quick guide for a showcase band – the non-musical part What to do before and after the showcase to maximize your impact.I’m giving a talk at the New Music Gathering in Baltimore this January, and I need your help. I want to hear about a big decision you’re trying to make in your career as a musician.My talk is on how understanding a few economic principles, specifically Baumol’s Cost Disease, can help us make decisions in our careers as artists.I signed up for one at Loveland the weekend before Valentine’s Day.The basic gist: I show up and pin a ribbon indicating my age group (18 to 35) to my jacket, and an event organizer matches me with someone in my age bracket.If we don’t click, I can go back to the base and get a new match.Sitting in Saturday-morning ski traffic on I-70 the day of the event, I was hopeful about getting back into the outdoor dating scene but worried that my dates would leave me in a spray of snow.
Baumol’s key insight was that some work gets more productive over time as a result of technology, and has done so at a fairly consistent rate since the industrial revolution. Some other work, like playing an instrument, doesn’t.
We also excluded companies like and e Harmony, because you're probably already familiar with them thanks to the gazillion commercials they have.
It's also much harder to use these sites without paying for their subscription service.
We may be single, but we're not desperate enough -- -- to pay a monthly fee to end our Single Lady Syndrome.
When I ended a five-year relationship in the fall of 2016, I had no desire to rush back into the dating scene.