I co-presented a webinar hosted by The Frances Clark Center for Piano Pedagogy.
You can watch the webinar replay by clicking here.
So excited to share UNT Music Business and Entrepreneurship Program's Fall 2019 newsletter! Congratulations to all our students and faculty for their incredible work!
Fabiana’s UNT interview discussing her “Entrepreneurial Women Concert Pianists” Multimedia Lecture-Recital Program
Fabiana will perform at the Corvallis-OSU Piano International Series in October.
Fabiana’s multimedia lecture-recital program entitled “Entrepreneurial Female Concert Pianists: An Exploration of Clara Schumann and Fanny Mendelssohn’s Works and Career Ventures” was chosen from more than 400 submissions for presentation at the 2019 College Music Society’s National Conference in Louisville, KY in October.
Click below to see the abstract of her presentation on page 1
Fabiana Co-Facilitated an Innovation Session at the CMS-Carolina Summit 2.0 “21st Century Music School Design” in Columbia, SC.
Fabiana’s article “Learning Music Entrepreneurship by Doing: How to Develop Experiential Learning Opportunities in an Academic Setting” was published by the Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association (MEIEA)
Article featuring UNT’s Music Entrepreneurship program in UNT’s North Texan magazine
2018 UNT Music Entrepreneurship Competition Documentary is released
Fabiana presents “A Piano Journey Through Latin America” recital at the Sunset Art Series in San Francisco, CA on July 7th, 2018, along with husband, pianist William Villaverde
Fabiana participated in the 2018 NETMCDO Conference in Los Angeles, CA (May 22-24, 2018)
Fabiana appeared as a featured speaker at the 2018 Music Biz conference in Nashville, TN (May 13-18, 2018)
UNT College of Music Entrepreneurship Program (launched by Fabiana in 2016)
Spring 2018 Newsletter
Fabiana named as 2018 CMS-NAMM Summer Fellow
Fabiana was selected as one of fourteen music faculty members nationwide chosen to participate in the CMS-NAMM Summer Fellows Program for Music Faculty. The program is designed to introduce music faculty to professions in the music industry, giving them background to better prepare students for careers as 21st-century musicians. The NAMM Foundation College Music Society Fellows Award seeks to support individuals who exhibit commitment and aptitude for developing curricula related to business leadership and innovation in the music products industry. A partnership between the College Music Society and the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation, the $1,000 Award will defray transportation, hotel, registration, and meal costs to attend Summer NAMM in Nashville, TN June 28-30, 2018. The award is given each year to selected college and university music faculty members who demonstrate strong interest in expanding their knowledge about the music industry. Fellows will be encouraged to develop curricula related to music products, production, administration, management and/or marketing, as well as product creation and innovation. The NAMM-CMS Summer Fellows will gain an insider’s perspective of the music products industry through a mix of scheduled workshops and free time to explore the trade show floor.
Fabiana earns Experiential Learning Curriculum Development Grant from UNT
Piano Performance and Speech at P.E.O. Texas State Convention
Panel presentation in Business of the Arts session hosted by Greater Denton Arts Council
Presentation at Music Entertainment Industry Educators Association national conference
Music Business Association interview before her appearance at 2018 Music Biz Conference
Click the link below to read Fabiana’s full speaker profile to get to know her better before her panel ‘Learning Music Entrepreneurship by Doing: How to Create Experiential Opportunities in an Academic Setting’!
Interview with North Texas Television covering the 2018 Music Entrepreneurship Competition
Denton Record-Chronicle coverage of 2018 UNT Music Entrepreneurship Competition, founded by Fabiana in 2016
Fabiana interviewed in “Classically Trained” podcast series
If you’ve had great ideas about putting on really innovative concerts but didn’t see how it was possible to make them happen…
If you’ve had a great idea on how to solve a problem you see in the musical community but don’t know how to take it from idea to reality…
If you love connecting with your own local community and wish you could turn it into something more…
…then this is the episode for you.
Fabiana Claure shares her experience and insight as an actively performing pianist who co-founded the nationally acclaimed Superior Academy of Music in Miami, Florida, and who now is the Director of Career Development and Entrepreneurship in Music at the University of North Texas.
Hear from Fabiana:
How the word “entrepreneur” applies to you
Why you need a business plan, even as a solo artist
How to get other people to buy into your vision
The most important question to ask yourself when you don’t have the time or the money to invest in a dream
Why the best time to start a business is when you’re in school
How is it possible to be a musician, business owner, student, university professor, and mom at the same time?
Fabiana featured in North Texas Television and NT Daily TV news coverage of UNT’s Music Entrepreneurship Program (2017)
Fabiana releases UNT Music Entrepreneurship Competition documentary video.
Fabiana’s Micro-Course “Developing a Music Business Plan” for Coro by iCadenza to be released on August 16, 2017.
Fabiana and William will perform a concert featuring Latin American Piano Music in Miami on June 10th.
Fabiana presenting in NETMCDO Conference in LA in May 2017.
Fabiana has been selected to present a teaching demonstration entitled: “SWOT Analysis for Musicians: Positioning Yourself in the Marketplace” at the 2017 Network of Music Career Development Officers Conference in Los Angeles, CA in May 2017.
Fabiana presented a paper at 2017 MEIEA Conference in Chicago, IL in April 2017.
Fabiana moderates Career Panel hosted by Stoke Denton and Thin Line Fest in March, 2017.
Fabiana moderated the panel hosted by Stoke Denton and Thin Line Fest entitled “Crafting a Business for Your Art: Lessons From Successful Film, Music and Photography Entrepreneurs” which included guest panelists photographer Ed Steele, musician McKenzie Smith, and film maker Ryan Polly.