on the move

April 2009
Mix;Apr2009, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p17
The article profiles Andre Fisher, executive director of music industries at Institute of Production & Recording. His main responsibilities include developing marketing and public relation opportunities. He previously worked as an executive director at McNally Smith Foundation and dean of music industries in McNally Smith College of Music. He says that the most important thing about music education is providing the highest standard of timely education in music and multimedia production.


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