Breaking In, with Robert Debbaut

How do we break into the scene and build relationships that lead to great conducting opportunities? Robert Debbaut talks with us about how he “hung out” with Gustav Meier for a year, the extra-musical benefits of observing the Chicago Symphony, and how he started an orchestra by cold-calling almost 600 musicians.

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This week we discuss:

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1 Response to Breaking In, with Robert Debbaut

  1. Jeremy and Luke, loved working with you. Just wish I was more interesting. When I come up with something pertinent to say, may I be interviewed again? Cheers! RD

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