First Tuesday Sessions Videos

Highlights from CMA's First Tuesday Sessions are archived below. Videos from the current season are generally posted within two weeks of their original airing.

In this video, recorded at our June 2016 First Tuesday Session, Thomas Deneuville of I Care If You Listen describes the basic digital toolbox available to today's musician and how it can be leveraged to develop a personal, professional, and impactful online presence.

Thomas Deneuville is the founder and editor-in-chief of I CARE IF YOU LISTEN, an award-winning blog and digital magazine dedicated to New Music. He also founded Sustainist Media, a digital media and promotion company whose clients include Carnegie Hall, the Curtis Institute of Music, Naxos, the Royal Conservatory in Toronto, and many more.


DIY Publishing: Your Work, Your Way

In this video, recorded at our February 2016 First Tuesday Session, the innovative flute-and-electronics ensemble Flutronix discusses DIY and traditional approaches to publishing music. READ MORE


The Composer-Ensemble-Commissioner Relationship

In this video, recorded at our March 2016 First Tuesday Session, composer Martin Bresnick shares hard-won wisdom on keeping fee negotiations fair and amicable, responding to commissioning requests, setting pay scales, and more. READ MORE


Producing Music Videos with Kelly Hall-Tompkins

A well-crafted video raises the visibility of all your music activities—whether performance, teaching, or outreach. Learn how to be your own art director and/or to work with a cinematographer to create captivating visual media. READ MORE


Navigating Today's Professional Landscape

Bassoonist and ICE-core member Rebekah Heller discusses what it takes to run a successful ensemble in today’s performing arts environment, and how artistry and organizational savvy can—and should—coexist in a career. READ MORE



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