Women in leadership

How to Manage the Life of an Artist

New Millennium International Academy

Date: 11 December, 15:15-16:00 (CET)

Instructor: Gwendolyn Masin, a bold and innovative concert violinist, renowned as a significant figure in classical music.

Location: online, via zoom

Spoken language: English


What’s inside the webinar?
Embark on a thought-provoking journey with Gwendolyn Masin, exploring the intersection of women in leadership roles and the unique challenges faced in managing the life of an artist. In this insightful 45-minute session, Gwendolyn imparts valuable perspectives drawn from her diverse experiences as a performer, educator, and artistic director. Gain practical strategies for navigating the multifaceted landscape of artistic careers and leadership roles.


About the instructor
Gwendolyn Masin, a bold and innovative concert violinist, is recognized as a significant figure in classical music. With degrees from prestigious institutions and a Ph.D. from Trinity College, Ireland, Gwendolyn has performed internationally, collaborating with renowned orchestras and artists.

Her diverse career spans performances across Europe, the United States, Asia, Russia, South Africa, and the Middle East. Gwendolyn, a descendant of classically-trained musicians, holds degrees with highest honors from the Royal Schools of Music in London, the Hochschule der Künste in Berne, and the Musikhochschule in Lübeck. Her doctoral thesis explores 20th-century violin pedagogy.

Gwendolyn is a professor, researcher, and advocate for contemporary music. As the founding artistic director of GAIA and a co-founder of the International Chamber Music Series, she actively shapes the future of classical music. Beyond her performances, Gwendolyn is known for her holistic approach to music education, demonstrated through initiatives like The Exhale.

Don't miss the opportunity to learn from Gwendolyn's expertise in workshops covering communication, modern pedagogical methods, and the challenges faced by women in leadership in the arts.

Cost: the webinar is free of charge but registration is required. Your commitment and motivation to learn is greatly appreciated!