Amanda Zerangue, UNT's copyright librarian visited our entrepreneurship classes to present on Music Copyright Law. She shared a wonderful and detailed slideshow with a wealth of information for our music students.
Debbie Brooks, cellist and founder of DFW Musicians Services, spoke with our entrepreneurship classes covering various topics including professional ethics, networking, career development, and others.
Megan Heber, Director of Communications and Marketing at the UNT College of Music, visited our entrepreneurship undergraduate and graduate classes last week. She shared valuable information on branding, marketing, and social media skills for musicians.
Dr. Jeffrey Snider, voice faculty from the College of Music presented a class on public speaking to the Senior Recital Capstone students.
Dr. Daniel Peak, College of Business faculty and former music major, spoke with our undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurship classes. He shared his expertise in business structures and developing business plans.
Tony Najera, Director of the Dallas/Forth Worth/Denton chapter of Sofar Sounds visited our Musical Entrepreneur Class and discussed how the organization works, what is unique about their intimate concert concept--which has expanded to 278 cities worldwide!--and how they can become involved.
Dr. Alan Klaas, Senior Director of Development at the College of Music visited the graduate-level "Musical Entrepreneur" class and discussed fundraising, grant writing, networking and other important topics.
Brad Wells, Founder of the Grammy-Award winning ensemble Roomful of Teeth visits the UNT College of Music and speaks with our music-entrepreneurship students.