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The Class of 2013

graduation

We are nearly finished with the NewMusicBox @ 15 Anniversary Celebration! This is a look back to some of the most interesting content of 2013 in a “yearbook award” format. Befitting this season of graduations, no?

2012: A Baker’s Dozen

A Baker's Dozen

2012 was so chock full of great content that it was honestly tough to choose these thirteen highlights! Whether you prefer to read, get creatively active, or massage your ears with new sounds, there is something here to tempt.

Twelve Tidbits from 2011

dozen

2011 marked numerous changes—especially within the realm of technology and how we use it—that set NewMusicBox on the path to the present day.

2010: Favorite Things And Inspirations

2010

2010 was significant for me personally since I officially began working at The Box that year. Included in this post are links to favorite articles, inspiring composer interviews, and assorted tales from that year.

You Don’t Say! Quotable Quotes from NewMusicBox

Quotable quote

In its 15-year history, composers, musicians, and industry professionals have shared countless pearls of wisdom with NewMusicBox, but these are some that have become particularly quotable quotes around the office, starting with one I used to keep on a sticky note posted above my desk.

2009: Just Add A Dollop Of Salsa

Willie Colon by Luis Quintana Barney on Flickr

As you may have noticed, our artist interviews are a hugely important part of “The Box.” The variety of musicians and genres represented are why we coined the slogan, “Expect the unexpected!”

2006: Walk Right In, Sit Right Down

auditorium seats

A chair is a terrible thing to waste, and in 2006 any and all vacancies were weighing heavily on our minds. Venue was a central variable in the new equations, but long-term solutions meant more than just locating a cooler landlord with a liquor license.

2005: The Friends and Family Plan

NMBx redesign 2.0

If 2004 had a genre-busting vibe, by 2005 we were embracing friends old and new as barriers cleared. The questions at the intersection of music and digital delivery, however, were getting much more complex as the novelty of what we could do careened into what music was worth and how we were going to pay for it.

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