Music Intermediaries: Agents, Managers, and Attorneys
Offered - Fall, Spring, Summer
Course number - MB-375
The role of the intermediary in advising, representing, and furthering the careers of artists, focusing on the establishment of mutually beneficial working relationships. Topics include the mechanics of talent booking and contracting, union and government regulations, fee/commission structures, contractual considerations, fiduciary duties, budgeting, the development of a client base, and finding success through honesty and fair dealing.
Course Chair: Don Gorder
Prerequisites: MB-201 and MB-211
Required of: MBUS majors in the management track
Electable by: MBUS majors