Self-Publishing Webinar: Pens, Printer Ink, and the Post Office

January 11, 2023

Valerie Coleman has quickly become one of America’s leading living composers, and couldn’t have done it without the help of her music publisher, Jonathan Page! He joins ACO in this webinar to offer insights on self-publishing as well as the ins and outs of the publishing process.

Through his experiences as the co-president and manager of Valerie Coleman’s publishing company, VColeman Music, Jonathan Page will share an in-depth view into self-publishing and what it takes to launch and create a vehicle that provides sustainable distribution and revenue.

Watch this webinar to learn how to get started in publishing your own music.

About Jonathan Page

Jonathan Page is Co-President and manager of VColeman Music, the publishing company that houses the sheet music, licensing, and rental catalog of composer Valerie Coleman. His former work in both Fortune 500 corporate finance, and music production informed his efforts in structuring a business model for the company, as it engages hundreds of presenting arts organizations yearly. Based in New York City, Jonathan is also a classically trained percussionist who received a degree in music industry from James Madison University, and for over two decades, he has explored the mediums of sound engineering, created a documentary on the life of Othello Wilson, and continues his work in mentoring emerging composers.

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