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September 2017

International Arts Manager is the only global business magazine for performing arts professionals.





  • Polish music to take centre stage at WOMEX 17 in Katowice
  • The art of “ageing well” is linked to engagement with cultural activities
  • Winners of the prestigious Australian Dance Awards announced
  • Rock the Ballet to celebrate 10 years at the top
  • Virtual reality professionals to come together for EV100 conference in Finland
  • Eastman School of Music announces New Master’s degree in Music Leadership
  • Nordic Matters brings a sea of sounds to London’s Southbank Centre

Industry Insight

  • The team behind Dancenorth’s award-winning production Attractor explain how music and dance can be combined to create a transcendental experience

Special focus: Next Generation

  • Robert Binet: the young choreographer that’s been mentored by the best
  • Francesco Tristano: the techno DJ and pianist on shaking up classical with Sony
  • European Federation of National Youth Orchestras on MusXchange
  • National Open Youth Orchestra launches in 2018
  • Conductor Oliver Zeffman on why he started his own orchestra at just 16 years old
  • Niall McNeil and Neworld theatre on making King Arthur’s Night
  • Children & the Arts: safeguarding children’s access to the arts improves life chances
  • Hello Stage CEO Bernhard Kerres on developing career management seminars
  • HEC Montreal’s Master of Management in International Arts Management
  • Youg People in the Arts on unpaid internships, learning from CEOs and more


  • A week in the life of Black British Classical Foundation artistic director Vincent Osborne
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