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May 6th, 2016

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 ‘You should have a background in music, so you can understand the demands put on players,’ says orchestral manager Chris Lewis.  Photograph: The Hallé Orchestra

‘You should have a background in music, so you can understand the demands put on players,’ says orchestral manager Chris Lewis.
Photograph: The Hallé Orchestra

In part one of our feature, classical music professionals talk about their jobs, backgrounds and vital tips on how to get ahead

The most obvious routes for the majority of graduates who aspire to work in classical music are performance and education. But there are many industry careers available that fall outside of being a musician or academic. I spoke to an artist manager, a managing director and an orchestral manager to find out more about what the job entails and how to get your foot in the door. Full story.

Harry White (The Guardian) / February 9, 2016

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