SPB: Though things like bandcamp have made it easier for artists to release music, I can't help but think that there are many out there who, like the main character in the film Mr. Holland's Opus, tirelessly work on writing and composing yet have no clue how to go about releasing their work to the public.
What is the best way for aspiring classical composers and/or musicians to get their work out?
Sanfilippo: I think the best thing to do is, on one hand, grow constantly as an artist.
And this means, of course, to ID your own limitations and to expand relentlessly.
Moreover, you must be an excellent communicator, which is not a minor issue.
In any case, only the passion for what you do will give enough power to reach your goals.