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JSoM (Indiana University) Room: M356

Clues for Artistic and Financial Sustainability in Performing Organizations / Doctoral Dissertation Defense

Join Maestro Barbosa-Vasquez in the official presentation of the groundbreaking international research behind the creation of successful organizations, services, and products around Opera Sustainability and its Artistic, Social, and Economic Dimensions.

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Clues for Artistic and Financial Sustainability in Performing Organizations / Doctoral Dissertation Defense
Clues for Artistic and Financial Sustainability in Performing Organizations / Doctoral Dissertation Defense

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31 de mar de 2023, 4:00 p. m. – 6:00 p. m.

JSoM (Indiana University) Room: M356, 1201 E 3rd St, Bloomington, IN 47405, USA

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Can the Opera and Orchestra enterprises be artistically and financially sustainable during current society’s realities and challenges? How to make audiences be more connected to the organization and encourage them to support it? How could all of that be done while having strong artistic and music development? Can Artistic Organizations aim for multimillion Grants and comprehensive business models?

On March 31st, 2023, MaestroDiego Barbosa-Vásquez will address these questions in his Doctoral Dissertation Defense. Focusing on Music, Artistic, and Pedagogic models, participants will be able to examine the concepts, mindsets, and approaches behind programs that have been achieving remarkable accomplishments in those areas. As the CASC Opera Summer Camp in Los Angeles during the last five years with 450% community involvement increments per year, motivating kids to study Opera in their free time and allowing a broad spectrum of stakeholders to support and collaborate with an Opera enterprise. In addition, the Model explains the universality of the concepts and how they could be applied to all performing organizations (Orchestras, Operas Companies, Universities, Performing Centers, Conservatories, Community Programs, etc.) under their unique needs and characteristics as the creation of the Ostrom Opera Camp in Bloomington, IN; that is currently in the launching process. Furthermore, participants will see how these concepts could be the base of multimillionaire grants and comprehensive business models that create a more diverse and healthy revenue model for the performing organizations.

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What: Clues for Artistic and Financial Sustainability in Performing Organizations / Doctoral Dissertation Defense

When: March 31st, 2023, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm (EST)

Where: Jacobs School of Music - Indiana University Simon Music Center Bullying / Room M356 Bloomington, Indiana, USA. (Google Maps Location)

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