CMC are presenting a series of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) events throughout July, at no cost to participants.
The sessions will commence at 3.00pm on Tuesdays throughout July 2020, and it is anticipated that each session will last about 45 minutes.
While the sessions themselves will be on zoom, bookings will be managed via eventbrite. Once you have booked on eventbrite, CMC will send a zoom link to the email address you use for booking on eventbrite.
These events will be interactive with a chance to get answers to questions you may have. It is recommended that you to submit questions in advance via ei.cmc@pvsr so that the presenters can consider them in advance and deal with them during their presentations. However, there will also be a live Q&A session following an overview by the presenters at each event.
CONTEMPORARY NOTATION IN SIBELIUS CLINIC – 7th July 2020
The series will start with a standalone session by composer and guitarist Anselm McDonnell in the form of a clinic in relation to contemporary notation in Sibelius.
Bookings for this event to be held at 3.00pm on Tuesday, 7th July, will be managed via the following link on eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/contemporary-notation-in-sibelius-clinic-tickets-111969806706
ONLINE PERFORMANCES – 14th, 21st & 28th July 2020
CMC will also be presenting the following trio of CPD events about creating, monetizing and marketing online performances on 14th, 21st 7 28th July 2020, respectively.
Further information about this trio of events after the 7th July event, including separate eventbrite links for booking each of the three events.
#1 on 14th July – Creating Online Performances by Eoin Callery (audio) and Sean James Garland (video)
# 2 on 21st July – Monetizing Online Performances by Nick Roth, in which Nick will also go beyond this in terms of how musicians can survive generally in an online world
# 3 on 28th July – Marketing Online Performances by Naomi Belshaw, in which Naomi will also go beyond this in terms of career strategy generally and how to present oneself depending on what path a composer wants to take