Bill Doggett is a multifaceted Performing Arts strategic marketing niche specialist, Artist-Composer Relations publicist, archivist, exhibitions curator, historian, scholarly lecturer and author.
Doggett's blended skill sets in strategic marketing, Advertising Agency pitch/jingle writing, business development/outside sales, artists relations publicity and independent agent talent booking are focused for musicians, composers, authors and Performing Arts institutions.
He is the nephew and namesake of the renown Philadelphia jazz pianist/organist and arranger, Bill Doggett associated with The Dawn of Rock n Roll instrumental hit Gold Record Honky Tonk Parts 1/2 and other 'sock hop/juke box' hits of the late 1950s.
Additionally, Doggett is a business and social entrepreneur passionate about Arts advocacy for communities of color.
The Arts- in performance and history- provide a critical agency of opportunity to create dialogue on a journey to nourish.....to heal....to transform lives.
Doggett is distinguished in presenting Performing Arts history in historical contextualization linked to current day topics which transforms his topic to create powerful opportunities for inter generational dialogue within and across communities.
Doggett has 25 years experience in consultative inside and outside sales, Arts organization Board of Director, Administration and Artists and Composer Relations interface skills allowing him to excel as a hybrid of marketing agent and publicist for composers and musicians of Color.
Beginning in 2012, Doggett worked with renown composer, Anthony Davis and gifted emerging Black/Scottish composer, Richard Thompson. He has also provided consultation to new generation composers profiled on his Contemporary Black Composers Resource blog resource http://www.billdoggettproductions.com/Black-Composers.html
Doggett also works in Contemporary Jazz , New Music/Performance Art, Blues and Roots Music that showcase blended genres. He has worked with/supported blended genre artists with a track record from 2010-2012 associated with booking Talent at Yoshi's San Francisco in their 2011-2012 Local Talent Series and 2012-2013 for the annual San Francisco City Hall Black History Month Celebration
He is passionate about the increasing movement in Southern California towards creative and diversity casting which creates
As a consultant for Composers and musicians, Doggett offers these services
- Retainer based artistic and professional consultation based on your niche specific market experience and trends in research and community feedback
- Repertoire and programming consultation. I have a deep expertise in programming repertoire that will assist your market appeal with an inter generational flavor
- A short term business plan tailored to your market niche
- Sales and promotion-real time, Social media and content rich marketing campaigns for project specific events and launches
- Summary: I offer artistic consultation, repertoire packaging and management and direct sales branding campaigns to enlarge your audience and market share
Year in Review Mark Swed's Best Classical moments of 2014-
LA Opera Dido&Aeneas: The 3 CountertenorsPhotos@LATimes- Doggett Strategic Marketing/Advertising pitch project Fall 2014 for client LA Opera
Black History Month 2015-February 11th 7-8:30pm
San Francisco Public Library-Merced Branch 155 Winston Drive
San Francisco, 94132
Emancipation Proclamation: Race, Image and Sound: African American image in American Popular Culture: From Minstrelsy to Spirituals
The 50th Anniversary
Malcolm X -- March on Selma--Voting Rights Act--The Watts Riots
February 21st, March 7th, August 5th, August 11th
The intensity of this time in American history is brilliantly captured in Anthony Davis's work for theater and the opera stage:
X, The Life and Times of Malcolm X
Listen to an extended showcase below on Soundcloud
Bill Doggett Productions,As Exhibitions Curator/Archivist is featured in The 5th Annual San Francisco History Expo- February 28-March 1st 2015 at the historic 1906 Earthquake surviving Old Mint.
This year celebrates The Centennial of the 1915 San Francisco Pan Pacific International Exposition that announced the rebirth of the city after The Great 1906 Earthquake
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