Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Sacrifice

During an interview once, I was asked if I would be able to give up playing the trombone for that position. At the time it surprised me because I had never really thought about that as an option before. Does

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Tax for Arts

It is no secret that European countries offer a much larger amount of government support to arts organizations with weaker earning capacities as compared to the United States. Orchestras around the world have reasons that require additional non performance revenues.

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Motivation

As I was reading some articles online this morning, I began to find myself reflecting back on the summer and fall semester of this year. One thing that I may of lost track of this year is the realization that

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Never Assume

Never assume that after you THINK you have requested something from an organization or venue that it will happen. Make sure you think about all of the logical steps that someone would require of you for a specific event, and

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Andrew Llewellyn

Andrew Llewellyn

Arts administrator with experience in concert production, event planning, website development, and grant writing. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a trombone performance minor from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. He continues to study trombone with Bryan Bourne, former principal trombonist of “The President’s Own Marine Band,” and perform with the Chesapeake Orchestra in Leonardtown, MD. He is an Honorary Member of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America and is passionate about reading, international travel, and a great cup of coffee.

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