Episode 98

Flute 360 | Episode 98: “Building Your C.V. Through International Experiences with Dr. Nevart Galileas” (34:00)

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In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Dr. Nevart Galileas about adding international experiences to build your résumé or curriculum vitae. Dr. Galileas gives her advice regarding this area and shares the benefits of traveling abroad to enhance your musical career.

Episode 98 – Main Points:

  • 0:26 – Gold Sponsor: J&K Productions
  • 1:21 – Welcome & Introduction
  • 2:54 – Please share with the listeners who you are and your musical background!
  • 2:59 – Nevart’s Answer
  • 3:12 – Studies at Oberlin Conservatory (OH) with Debost
  • 3:33 – Studies at Indiana University (IN) with Robertello and Lukas
  • 4:08 – Studies at Stony Brook University (NY) with Carol Wincenc
  • 4:45 – Neo Conservatory of Music in Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 4:50 – ACT’s Summer Music Program, Greece
  • 5:00 – State Conservatory of Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 5:53 – ACT’s Summer Music Program in July of 2020
  • 6:43 – Straubinger Flute Scholarships
  • 8:45 – Heidi gives an Episode 100 teaser.
  • 10:26 – Nevart Comments
  • 11:11 – Building connections and growing your network.
  • 12:27 – Question: What are the benefits of building international experiences to your C.V. or résumé.
  • 12:43 – Nevart Answers
  • 13:09 – Nevart comments about how the profession is changing throughout the times.
  • 13:46 – Doctor of Musical Arts (D.M.A.) degree
  • 15:24 – “You must be out there. Also, because it is a globalized music world nowadays. We are somehow all connected, even if you are on the other end of the world.” – Nevart
  • 15:57 – Job applications for academic positions.
  • 16:13 – Nevart talks about cultural differences and how this can aid your teaching.
  • 16:46 – Heidi Comments
  • 17:45 – Paris Conservatory in Paris, France
  • 19:43 – Question: Can you please share the lessons you’ve learned from your musical family and your international career?
  • 20:08 – Nevart’s Answer
  • 20:18 – Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra & Georgia State University
  • 22:00 – Question: Any last thoughts or suggestions that you’d like to offer the listeners?
  • 22:50 – Teachers can learn from their students, too!
  • 23:54 – Heidi Comments
  • 25:00 – Bucharest, Romania & Sofia, Bulgaria
  • 25:39 – Listen here to bring the episode full circle!
  • 27:16 – The Italian language.
  • 28:33 – “Musicians need to be in touch with the world because it is an international language.” – Nevart
  • 28:47 – Music is a privilege!
  • 30:41 – “Music is our tool to communicate ideas, so if English is not the common ground, well good! Don’t let that hold you back! That’s a benefit because now you have to get creative!” – Heidi
  • 30:58 – Nevart Comments
  • 32:46 – Bronze Sponsor: J&K Productions

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