Andrew Davis

Sir Andrew Frank Davis CBE (born 2 February 1944) is a British conductor. He is currently music director and principal conductor of Lyric Opera of Chicago, chief conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and conductor laureate of both the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the BBC Symphony Orchestra.Born in Ashridge, Hertfordshire to Robert J. Davis and his wife Florence Joyce (née Badminton), Davis grew up in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, and in Watford. Davis attended Watford Boys' Grammar School, where he studied classics in his sixth form years. His adolescent musical work included playing the organ at the Palace Theatre, Watford.
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  • Stop Chasing The Social Stream – Exclusive Guest Post By Andrew Davis

    …-growing opt-in audience? What if we got out of the commodity content game? Ask yourself What’s my hook? How can I create content with a simple twist on a familiar theme? What’s my 30 Minute Meals? And share with us in the comments below! . About Andrew: Davis’ 20-year career has taken him from local television to The Today Show. He’s worked…

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  • 50 Quotes That’ll Make You a Better Content Marketer

    … Content marketing may be the hot new trend in the content marketing world, but it’s also the underdog—the discipline with the least budget, most doubters, and highest degree of difficulty when it comes to doing it well. But when you’re doing it well, it’s also an incredible amount of fun. As David Carr said, “Creating media content is a diverting…

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  • 10 Things You Missed at Content Marketing World 2014

    … atmosphere – tools and service were presented by many companies in our industry: Content Launch Curata Kapost TapInfluence Zerys Emma Wright Media Marketo In fact, there were so many companies and booths I fully expect some sort of shake out over the next couple years. Jay Baer wrote a great article echoing these views. 2. Andrew Davis Andrew Davis…

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  • 10 Content Marketing World 2014 Lessons

    …. Some attendees spend days looking for orange colored clothes. I wore a bright orange beret. Following this logic, the Wall Street Journal took visitors’ photos and transformed them into stiples, the black and white dotted drawings that pepper the newspaper. Now every visitor who posts the stipple extends the WSJ brand. Here’s what mine looked like…

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  • Why Single Purpose Apps Are the Future of Mobile Engagement

    Facebook has just launched a new app that will remove the messaging functionality from its primary app and include it instead in a stand-alone messaging app. While some users are frustrated with having to download yet another app (Facebook already has 8 apps), this is the trend we're seeing - specialized applications for specific functionalities. Facebook isn't the only one adopting this trend.

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