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Voices of Music will be doing webinars on how to use YouTube, recording at home and social media.

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Voices of Music will be doing free webinars on how to use YouTube,
recording at home and social media.

Voices of Music will offer a FREE webinar, July 23 at 11am (PT) to performing artists and performing arts organizations in the Bay Area. This webinar will introduce how to make video and how to go online with broadcast quality at a low or reasonable cost: we include a short, easy-to-manage reference list of best practices, gear and software, and we will discuss the challenges of copyrights, the interconnectedness of streaming, social media, search rankings and playlists.

We are working with the Center for Cultural Innovation, Grants for the Arts, InterMusic SF and Intersection for the Arts to help promote this webinar.
This will be a much bigger project beyond this first webinar, and we are currently in discussion with several organizations to ensure that help can be offered to address the unique challenges of each performing arts group.

San Francisco based Voices of Music has been a pioneer in putting highlights of our concerts online for the past thirteen years--our YouTube Channel programming currently reaches 2,000,000 people each month. Though we are a small organization, we have vast expertise and experience that will help other performing artists and organizations to not only survive current challenges, but that will also help them go online with broadcast quality programming. A strong online presence will strengthen our whole community beyond the challenges of Covid.  

Register in advance for this webinar:

Please take a moment to fill out this Google form to help us understand what you have currently access to in terms of technical and space needs.

We hope to see you on July 23rd, feel free to contact us at should you have any questions.


A five-part webinar series presented by
Early Music America and Voices of Music,
Hanneke van Proosdij and David Tayler
with special guests
Augusta McKay Lodge and Alana Youssefian

All sessions 2pm ET/11am PT; Each session will last 45 minutes.

While the content is cumulative and it is recommended that participants attend all five webinars, attendance at individual sessions is also possible.

Monday, July 13
Recording at Home: The Basics
What musicians can do now with tech they have at home, or can get at very low cost.
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Wednesday, July 15
YouTube and Social Media for Musicians, Part 1
Best practices for a global audience. Creating your highlight reel. Dos and don’ts, search engines, Google rankings.
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Friday, July 17
YouTube and Social Media for Musicians, Part 2
Streaming versus recording, navigating the maze of copyrights, musical editions, and licensing. Storytelling through your music video.
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Monday, July 20
How to put it all together; the interconnectedness of all things
How to get a million views and 10,000 subscribers on YouTube. Auditions, repertory, musicology, lighting, framing, and presentation.
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Wednesday, July 22
Video and Social Media for ensembles, orchestras, and organizations
Arts organizations face many challenges to be visible on social media. Let’s turn that around and create a worldwide audience together!
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