Book Review: Can Music Make You Sick? Measuring the Price of Musical Ambition by Sally Anne Gross & George Musgrave

Authors

  • Jonathan Kuuskoski University of Michigan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34053/artivate.10.2.158

Abstract

Book Review of Can Music Make You Sick? Measuring the Price of Musical Ambition by Sally Anne Gross & George Musgrave (University of Westminster Press, 2020)

Author Biography

Jonathan Kuuskoski, University of Michigan

Jonathan Kuuskoski is chair of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Leadership and director of the EXCEL Lab at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance. In those roles, he oversees all aspects of Michigan's wide-ranging arts leadership programming, including extensive career advising, countless cocurricular workshops, a graduate certificate and undergraduate minor, and the annual distribution of $100,000 in student project, venture, and internship funding. He regularly collaborates with many of the world’s leading performing arts organizations—from the Berlin and New York Philharmonics to Martha Graham Dance, Disney Theatrical, Michigan’s own University Musical Society, and beyond—to advance, contextualize, and amplify the field’s best practices among the arts leaders of tomorrow.

Cover of Can Music Make You Sick: Measuring the Price of Musical Ambition by Sally Anne Gross & George Musgraves. The title appears in pale blue over the subtitle in white on an orange bar with the author names appearin below. All title information is in the lower half of the cover. The top half shows people standing in a darkened concert room with bright spotlights illuminating the musicians; the audience is shown from behind in sillhouette.

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Published

2021-11-13

How to Cite

Kuuskoski, J. (2021). Book Review: Can Music Make You Sick? Measuring the Price of Musical Ambition by Sally Anne Gross & George Musgrave. Artivate: A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts, 10(2). https://doi.org/10.34053/artivate.10.2.158

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Book Reviews