Music Business Summer Institute: What Makes a Star?

Summer Programs

Music Business Summer Institute: What Makes a Star?

How do record labels discover new talent? What is the expanded role of the music manager in the current music industry environment? How does an artist brand themselves using social media? Why is it important to perfect your live performances? These are just a few of the questions that will be answered in this 10 day Music Business Summer Institute.

By participating in class sessions, attending concerts, visiting major venues or music industry sites and interacting with industry professionals you will walk away with a brief overview of the current music industry, challenge your ideas about the future of the industry and create innovative ways to discover, develop and market the future “stars” in the music industry.

Dates:

Session 1: June 26 - July 7, 2017
Session 2: July 17 - July 28, 2017

Application Deadline:

Session 1: April 25, 2017
Session 2: May 16, 2017

Costs & Fees:

$55 (Non-Refundable Application Fee)
$1,800 (Tuition)
$820 (On-Campus Housing and Required Meal Plan)
$80 (Programming Fee)
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Intended For:

High School Students (16 years and older)

What Makes a Star? Projected Topics to Be Covered:

The Music Business

  • The Music Business and its Sub-Systems
  • Overview of the Structure of a Record Label
  • The Role of the Songwriter and Music Publisher
  • Understanding Copyright and Music Licensing

Getting the Talent Ready for the Marketplace

  • Artist Development in the 21st Century /Branding

Promoting and Marketing the Talent

  • Promotion and Marketing of an artist in the 21st Century
  • Developing a Marketing Plan,

Live Performance and Touring

Global Markets

Careers in the Industry

Class Sessions and Activities will be held daily from 10:00 am-4:00 pm with a break for lunch. Evening activities are scheduled after 6:00 p.m.

Applicants do not need to be musicians to apply. Just possess a genuine desire to learn about what it takes to have a long term career as a musician, singer-songwriter, manager, producer, concert promoter, executive or entrepreneur in the music industry.

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Contact Us

Program Administration
Summer Programs
212 998 5438
mpap.summer@nyu.edu

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Music Business Faculty
212 998 5427
info.wmas@nyu.edu