ARE INTIMATE SMALL CONCERTS WORTH IT?

Immanuel Mellis

Senior Undergraduate Student in the Arts
The State University of New York at Fredonia
New York, United States

Author’s contact information: immanuelmellis@gmail.com

INSAM Journal of Contemporary Music, Art and Technology, Issue 4, 2020

Main Theme of the Issue: Human-Machine Collaboration in Art, Technology and Theory

Publisher: INSAM Institute for Contemporary Artistic Music, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Section: STUDENTS’ PAPER

Abstract: Developing multiple streams of income is an essential method for surviving as an artist, but what streams should an artist pull from? The awareness of one’s resources and knowledge of how to use them is what makes or breaks a musician. Many musicians may have overlooked three key resources: House Concerts, Secret Concerts, and Listening Rooms – small intimate venues commonly overlooked. Are these venues worth performing at? Based on one’s character, financial needs, and current connections, each of the three venues may or may not be resourceful. This article provides the insight needed to make a decision as to which small intimate concerts (if any) are financially good for you.

Keywords: awareness, concert, small, intimate, house, listening-room, secret

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ISSN 2637 – 1898
COBISS.BH-ID 26698502
UDC 
78:792
On the cover: Sougwen Chung, Exquisite Corpus
 Design and layout: Milan Šuput, Bojana Radovanović

The Journal is indexed in:
CEEOL – Central and Eastern European Online Library
RILM – Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale

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