As an entrepreneur who is also a singer, I love that the root of the word “entrepreneur” comes from the Italian word impresa, meaning “an enterprise or undertaking.” An Italian
In the final article of this five-part series on how to create your own opera company, learn how to form a board that will support your organization both organizationally and financially. Also discover a variety of creative and fun ways to further fundraise.
In article four of this five-part series on how to create your own opera company, learn how to put the teams together you need to mount a production as well as how to communicate clearly with your teams once they are in place.
In article three of this five-part series on how to create your own opera company, learn the ins and outs of creating a strong brand through a logo, company name, and mission statement. Then read how to market and promote that brand through social media and the press.
In part two of this five-part series on starting your own opera company, Thiers lays out how to use social media to create an e-mail list that will generate your audience.
Are you discouraged by the lack of performing opportunities available? Sometimes the best solution to no opportunities is to take matters into your own hands and create your own. In this five-article series, the founder of OperaModa walks you through how to start your own opera company.
A singer and self-made impresario looks at the critical role of creating singing jobs from both sides of the table.
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