Operosa, Belgrade 2014

In March The Singing Entrepreneur went to Belgrade at the invitation of opera company Operosa. Operosa’s entrepreneurial and inspiring founder Katherine Haataja had invited us, having followed our progress since the Forum we held in London in 2012. We spent two full days with a number of young singers (early 20s to early 30s) discussing issues of Identity, Business and Performance in the singing industry, exploring definitions of success and models for growth. We were overwhelmed by the positive and collaborative response we got from the participants. Everyone, whatever their experience of the industry so far seemed eager to engage with and contribute to the discussion.

Here are some short clips from the three discussions that we led during the seminar.

Darren Abrahams – Identity

Clare McCaldin – Business

Arlene Rolph – Performance