Graduate Research Survey: Classical Music and Symphony Orchestra Performance

Classical Music and Symphony Orchestra Performance

Purpose and Source: I created this survey in order to gather current perspectives and insights on classical music and symphony orchestra performance.

Estimated Time: This survey should take about 5-10 minutes to complete, depending on the depth of responses. Please take as much time as you need, however, and answer to the best of your ability.

Confidentiality: I value your time and effort. Please know that your responses are contributing to my graduate research project in arts management at American University, and participation is voluntary. You can always contact me with questions or concerns at: cs4868a@american.edu 

Participants: If you a receiving this directly, I have chosen to contact you or a corresponding group based on previous interactions. That being said, I encourage you to share this survey with contacts and friends for the benefit of the research.

Thank you for consideration! You are an important part of the puzzle. Click here to begin.

*Please respond by March 10, 2013, and stay tuned for the results!

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Classical Music and Symphony Orchestras in the 21st C. (Graduate Research Survey 2013) by Catherine Starek is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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  1. Pingback: SURVEY RESULTS: What People Really Think About Classical Music and Symphony Orchestra Performance in the 21st C. | Mezzaphonically Speaking

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