Private Online Music Business Sessions with Award-Winning Composer Jenni Brandon
Commissioning, Contracts, and other Considerations
As a musician, you are involved in all aspects of your career. Whether you are starting a new collaborative project, creating contracts, publishing, or figuring out time management, sometimes you need additional guidance and suggestions as you navigate the business side of music and learn to be an advocate for yourself.
During these private online sessions with Jenni Brandon (Composer, Conductor, Publisher, Collaborator), bring your questions about the business of music and she’ll offer her ideas and expertise from 20+ years of experience as a working musician.
These sessions are ideal for composers and performers
Individual Zoom Sessions and Packages available
Some examples of what you might want to work on in a session:
1) Creating commissioning contracts
2) Self-Publishing considerations
3) Score preparation: tips and suggestions on making your scores as clean and precise as possible
4) Developing collaborative projects and time management ideas to get it all done
These are just a few examples of what you can get out of a private session with Jenni!
***MUSIC BUSINESS SESSIONS AVAILABLE***
Choose between 30 minute or 1-Hour Zoom sessions – Individual sessions and packages available*
Once you purchase a session or package, book a time for your 1st session here and then Jenni will send you a Zoom link:
*Sessions and packages expire 2 months from purchase date. A 24-hour cancellation is required to reschedule any sessions or that session may be forfeited and not rescheduled.
Jenni Brandon is a composer and conductor, creating music in collaboration with other musicians and artists. She has written over 70 works, telling stories through memorable musical lines influenced by nature and poetry. Commissioned to write music from solo to orchestral works, her music appears on over 21 albums. Her music has been awarded the Sorel Medallion, American Prize, Paderewski Cycle, Women Composers Festival of Hartford International Competition, and Bassoon Chamber Music Composition Competition among others. Her works are published and distributed by Boosey & Hawkes, Santa Barbara Music, Graphite, TrevCo, Imagine, J.W. Pepper, June Emerson, and her own publishing company Jenni Brandon Music. As a conductor she conducted her one-act opera 3 PADEREWSKIS in the Terrace Theater at the Kennedy Center. She also presents workshops on collaboration and the business of music, striving to create a supportive environment where collaboration leads to an exploration of ideas. Visit jennibrandon.com to learn more.