“You can do a lot of things in 15 minutes,” says Jonathan Feist, music educator, writer, and publisher and editor in chief of Berklee Press.
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Jonathan Feist is a music educator, writer, and publisher. He teaches at Berklee College of Music’s continuing education division, Berklee Online, where he is author/instructor of Music Notation Using Finale and Project Management for Musicians. He also presents live workshops on music project management and creative productivity. Jonathan’s day job is to serve as editor in chief of Berklee Press, Berklee’s book/video publishing division, where since 1998 he has helped produce hundreds of music education products. He also serves as the Music Education Expert at About.com where he has written dozens of articles (musiced.about.com). Jonathan is author of the books Music Industry Forms (Berklee Press 2014) and Project Management for Musicians (Berklee Press 2013), and co-author of The Berklee Practice Method: Teacher’s Guide (2004, with Matt Marvuglio) and Essential Songwriter (2004, with Jimmy Kachulis). As a songwriter and composer, his work is featured on the albums Fantasy Monologue (by the band Fantasy Monologue, 2010), Orchestral Miniatures (with the Slovak Radio and Television Orchestra and Robert Black, Parma Recordings, 2003), and New Lullaby (by guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan, 2008). To learn more about Jonathan Feist, visit jonathanfeist.com or his Berklee blog at http://blogs.online.berklee.
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Good music programs at his schools in New York
Friend was looking for work and saw Berklee ad
16 Years at Berklee
3 months to write a book
Birthday on June 4
His Classes and books
If you practice every day you’re going to improve
Master list of all his projects in his life (Name, due date)
On his birthday he writes a list of things he wants to do
It starts with ADD, then you start to feed that beast
It truly prepares people for life in the music industry
You have to have the spirit of entrepreneurship
Setting a deadline and working backwards from it helps
You can do a lot of things in 15 minutes
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