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Thursday, September 11 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Center for New Music Open

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Session Description: What's the difference between "brand" and "belonging"? The backbone of the Center for New Music is its community of practitioners, comprised of performers, composers, organizations big and small, teachers, students, scholars, and more. They will discuss their membership program, a gateway that holds our community accountable to the mission of our organization, establishes a baseline level of engagement, and allows the wide variety of entities in the new music community to participate collectively in supporting each other, and truly becoming a part of the Center for New Music.

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Adam Fong

Re-inventing Membership to Engage a Full Community, Center for New Music

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Thursday September 11, 2014 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Center for New Music 55 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA, 94102
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  • Company Description Established in 2012, The Center for New Music fosters contemporary music's growth by giving practicing artists access to professional resources and expertise, and by providing them with opportunities for sharing knowledge and exploring new ideas. Located in San Francisco's historically downtrodden Tenderloin District, the Center is growing amidst a tense atmosphere of urban revitalization, skyrocketing real estate prices, and nationwide investment in placemaking, and in a time when nearly every relevant paradigm in the music world is shifting.

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