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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Entrepreneur

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Entrepreneur

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Entrepreneur

Funding for the arts is essential, but without the right approach it can blunt artists’ entrepreneurial skills, writes Toner Quinn

Published on 1 August 2010

Toner Quinn is founder and Editor of The Journal of Music, a musician, writer on music, and lecturer in contemporary publishing at NUI Galway. His personal website is www.tonerquinn.com.

Editorial: Futures entwined

Editorial: Futures entwined

The direct impact the new digital culture is having on music, in terms of access, dissemination and copyright, is well documented, but the indirect impact less so.

Published on 1 June 2010

Toner Quinn is founder and Editor of The Journal of Music, a musician, writer on music, and lecturer in contemporary publishing at NUI Galway. His personal website is www.tonerquinn.com.

The Next Best Sound to Silence: The ECM Story

The Next Best Sound to Silence: The ECM Story

The Next Best Sound to Silence: The ECM Story

For over 30 years the Munich based record label ECM have issued a unique series of recordings which, says Tim Thurston, have not only redefined jazz, but have changed the face of contemporary music.

Published on 1 November 2001

Tim Thurston is a writer, broadcaster and lecturer on music. He presents Gloria, a weekly programme of sacred music on Lyric FM.