Artist Manager Kevin Coogan talks about the ways in which managing classical acts differs from working with artists in other genres, citing the higher level of profitability they enjoy through commissions and publishing, as well as the logistical challenges of working with regional ensembles due to the high cost of traveling with a large orchestra.
Loyola student Meredith Arnold speaks with Kevin Coogan of Stella Management about marketing a younger artist in a genre that typically favors older artists.
Blues pianist and songwriter Jon Cleary discusses his love for reggae and rocksteady, and discusses the challenges and pitfalls of trying to draw inspiration from or fake a genre you arent intimately familiar with.
Philip Frohnmayer talks about how vibrato works in the voice.
Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records, shares with a group at Loyola University, New Orleans how he came to work with Bob Marley, what it was like working with him, and discusses Marleys impact on music and on the world as a whole.
Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records, shares his opinions on major-label pop music marketing and grassroots independent marketing, and what the future will hold for each.
Charles Anthony, a tenor in his fifty-third season with New Yorks Metropolitan Opera, leads a master class in singing opera at Loyola University, New Orleans. As six students perform, Anthony advises them in vocal technique and stagecraft, offering advice in such areas as how to captivate an audience, how to use your breath to create or enhance the dramatic pacing of your aria, how to move and act on stage, and how to mentally deal with the challenge of performing in front of a packed house.
Charles Anthony, a tenor in his fifty-third season with New Yorks Metropolitan Opera, leads a master class in singing opera at Loyola University, New Orleans. In this clip, he advises a student in how to make his physical stage performance match the intensity of his vocal performance. Part 1 of 6.