Building a Career in Opera from School to Stage: Operapreneurship
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Readers learn about the opera industry's structure, common pathways and entry points, non-academic training programs, researching and evaluating opportunities, crafting professional documents and media, and what it means to be a professional opera singer. Written by a singer with recent experience in the industry-and particularly the emerging phase-this book is a practical guide for all singers embarking on a career in opera.
The author's website, www.OperaCareers.com, hosts additional resources including databases of training programs, guides and templates for creating professional documents, as well as articles addressing current industry issues and interviews with subject matter experts.
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PART I : The Industry from 30,000 Feet
CHAPTER 1 : Opera Companies
CHAPTER 2 : Other Performing Arts Organizations
CHAPTER 3 : Management
PART II : How a Young Singer Prepares
CHAPTER 4 : Formal Training
CHAPTER 5 : Non-Academic Training Programs: PTSs, YAPs, and RAPs
CHAPTER 6 : Your Team
CHAPTER 7 : Research
PART III : The Nuts and Bolts of Booking Work
CHAPTER 8 : Professional Documents
CHAPTER 9 : Cultivating Your Online Presence
CHAPTER 10 : You, Inc. (Building Your Business)
CHAPTER 11: Auditions, Rep Books, and Pianists
CHAPTER 12 : Beyond #bookedandblessed: Working in an Opera House
EPILOGUE: The Best of All Possible Careers