Ch 12 - Chapter 12 Concert Production GOALS 1 Gain...

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Chapter 12 – Concert Production GOALS 1 – Gain awareness of alternative ways concerts may be sponsored, financed. 2 – Learn realistic concert budgeting 3 – Acquire understanding of how contracts may be negotiated with artists, talent agents, venue managers, and service companies. 4 – Discover effective concert promotion techniques. 5 – Learn production planning and methods of back-timing. Venue: place of performance Four-walling: Renting of a performance facility where the landlord offers only the venue – no stagehands, ushers, or box office help Control sheet: promoters accumulate voluminous pieces of paper or data: correspondence, telephone numbers, telephone messages into an organizational tool. Promo kit: Package of promotional materials. Papering the house: Concert promotion: Issuing free tickets to ensure a full audience for a performance Technical rider: Addendum to a performance contract stipulating requirements for staging, sound reinforcement, equipment, etc. NACA:
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course MGT 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Texas State.

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Ch 12 - Chapter 12 Concert Production GOALS 1 Gain...

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