Jeffrey Nytch joins conductor Devin Patrick Hughes on One Symphony. Jeffrey has built a diverse career as a composer, educator, performer, and thought leader in arts entrepreneurship. His music has been performed at major venues throughout the U.S. and Europe, including Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, MoMA, and many others.
His international reputation as an arts entrepreneurship educator includes numerous awards, including the Excellence in Specialty Entrepreneurship Award from the U.S. Assn. of Small Business & Entrepreneurship and the Sharon Alpi Award for Innovative Pedagogy from the Society for Arts Entrepreneurship Education. His groundbreaking book, The Entrepreneurial Muse applies traditional entrepreneurial theory to the performing arts.
Since 2009, he has served on the faculty of The University of Colorado-Boulder, where he is an Associate Professor of Composition and serves as Director of The Entrepreneurship Center for Music, one of the leading programs of its kind.
Thank you for joining us for on One Symphony. Thanks to Jeffrey Nytch for sharing his music and insights, you can get more info at https://www.jeffreynytch.com. Works on the show today included Jeffrey’s For the Trees played by the Ivalas Quartet and Seize the Sun performed by Carpe Diem String Quartet.
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