This newly structured event that will go online to teach you how to thrive in the middle of the uncertainty of current times has officially sold all the slots available! But if you did not get to book, don’t get discouraged, Sound Connections enabled a waiting list.
Are you new here and just found out about my podcast Success Beyond The Score? Or maybe you listened to the first episodes and lost track of it afterwards. Even if you are a regular listener (thank you for your support!) this recap will be useful to easily find the themes that you want to review and save them for later.
I am pleased to say the formative event “Get Business Ready” by Sound Connections has been rescheduled in a digital format and will take place on July 10th, opening with my talk “How to Future Proof Your Music Business” at 10:00 AM.
Who doesn’t remember the Pink Panther? This franchise started on 1963 with a movie that already featured the unmistakable “Pink Panther Theme Song”, one that I am sure we all can hum on command, haha. This great composition was created by Henry Mancini, who gave us sax players a track that just cannot flop (and that is a lot of fun to play!).
Livestreaming is one of those technological advancements that definitely changed the game for artists. We do not have to wait for our five minutes of fame in a TV channel to get on people’s screens anymore (although being a guest in a Late Night Show is still the dream!). But just as it is exciting, it can be intimidating to put on a livestream through YouTube, Facebook, Instagram or whichever platform you prefer.
Yesterday, we had a fantastic time online at the Gospel Music concert “Sax Interpretations – Ladies Edition”, where myself, along with Ornisea Williams Hird, Barbara Witter, Rinelle Harrynarine and Ginger Cornwall brought the best of the saxophone to screens around the world. The event was very well received, gathering hundreds of views on Youtube and thousands on Facebook!
See you soon!
Life happens, and what happens is not the end of the world or your career. Listen to Millicent’s take, that comes from her own experience, on how to deal with the anxiety that appears when things don’t go according to plan.
When the times come that society opens up for dialogue and collective improvement, the consideration of intersectionality becomes more important than ever. Obstacles pile up the more of these “little boxes” society manages to fit you in: race, gender, age, financial status, health condition, etc. Cafemnee is a project I created many years ago with the firm purpose of removing some of those obstacles and open the path for artistes, more specifically, for female musicians.