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NEW Libertaria Chronicles Expanded Edition at AMAZON

NEW Libertaria Chronicles Expanded Edition at AMAZON
NEW Libertaria Chronicles Expanded Edition at AMAZON

FILMMAKER MUSIC SCHOOL - BASIC AUDIO EDITING - S PENA YOUNG

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Learn about basic audio editing and sound design. Free film music workshop by award-winning composer Sabrina Pena Young at the Screening Room, Amherst New York Oct 16, 2017 @7pm. Hosted by the Buffalo Movie and Video Makers.

BPO Kicks Off Holiday Season This Weekend Buffalo New York

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BPO Kicks Off Holiday Season This WeekendREAD FULL ARTICLE HERE: https://www.buffalorising.com/2017/11/bpo-kicks-off-holiday-season-this-weekend/ byNovember 22, 2017, 10:49 am0 Comments The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra will kick off its holiday season this weekend, with plenty of opportunities to catch a holiday performance sprinkled throughout the month of December. The season opens this weekend with  Tchaikovsky’s classic, The Nutcracker. This will be the ninth year of the BPO’s collaboration with the Neglia Ballet Artists on this beloved holiday ballet, taking place at Shea’s Performing Arts Center. There will be an evening performance on Saturday, November 25 at 8 p.m. and a matinee on Sunday, November 26 at 2 p.m. Tickets can be purchased here.  The following weekend will feature the Orchestra’s last non-holiday performance of the year: Mendelssohn and Mozart. The performance will feature guest conducto

John Morris Russell Holiday Pops in Buffalo New York

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John Morris Russell’s Holiday Pops Friday, December 15
Kleinhans Music Hall, 10:30 am Buy Tickets The Coffee Concert Series is presented by



The Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus joins us for Western New York’s #1 holiday tradition! By now, you know he’s Mr. Christmas, and JMR loves sharing the magic with you! This year, as a special treat, Mike Randall of Channel 7 reads The Polar Express, with its beautiful illustrations projected above the orchestra, set to the gorgeous orchestral score from the film. Jazz singer Katy Miner, Girlchoir, and Normal Street Entrance are all featured on the program.  Come at 9 AM for complimentary coffee and doughnuts to get you in the holiday spirit.

10 Tips on Writing No Budget Film

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10 tips for Beginner Filmmakers

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How to Make a Short Film Important Tips and Advice

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How to make a career in music: 6 Tips for Freelance Musicians - Emily Davidson, baroque cello

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How to make a career in music: 6 Tips for Freelance Musicians - Emily Davidson, baroque  cello

After music school, becoming a freelance classical musician can be daunting. Hope these tips help demystify what it takes to have a music career!

Why So Many Talented Musicians Never Make It

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Why So Many Talented Musicians Never Make It

Hunter S. Thompson's observation:
“The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side.”

Some Things I've Learned about Songwriting in 25 Years | Cliff Goldmacher | TEDxMemphis

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Some Things I've Learned about Songwriting in 25 Years | Cliff Goldmacher | TEDxMemphis
Cliff Goldmacher is a songwriter, session musician, producer, engineer and author. In his talk, he covers a few things he’s learned about songwriting in the twenty-five years he’s been doing it and plays snippets of a few of his songs to illustrate his points. In the music business for over twenty-five years, Cliff Goldmacher is a songwriter, producer, engineer, author and educator. His songwriting collaborators include Grammy award-winning and multi-platinum selling artists Keb’ Mo’, Ke$ha, Lisa Loeb, Grateful Dead drummer, Mickey Hart, and Chris Barron (Lead singer of the Spin Doctors). Cliff’s songs have been cut by major label artists in genres ranging from country, pop and jazz to classical crossover. His music has also been used on NPR’s “This American Life” and in national advertising campaigns. Cliff’s song, "Till You Come To Me,” went to #1 on the jazz charts. This talk was give…