I am happy to announce that the website for ‘Time For My Music’ is complete and online, meaning that you can get a membership and start learning and working in your music today!
In this occasion I want to talk about Noval Smith, a brilliant music producer who has been in charge of the keyboards for Not Just Jazz, and who also collaborates with me in Cafemnee, my project to empower women in music.
Five to six months of lockdown really weight on the bones, don’t they? Now that measures have been relaxed and there’s a possibility for a lot of us to go back to perform real soon, we need a shake up and some energy to go back to the road full force. For my fellow wind instrument players, a new high quality reed can be just what you need!
As the director of Cafemnee, I am proud to present ‘Time for My Music’, an online community group that evolved from the virtual activities we made during the lockdown and that aims to offer a space for females in music to connect, share, learn and advance themselves.
Maranatha Awards is a global awards programme seeking to Acknowledge Authentic Biblical Worship Music. This year, the TTM Collective Orchestra and its producer, Gary Revelation Dixon, are nominated thanks to the album “Inspirational Love Songs”, which includes my number 1 hit “Just The Way YOu Are”, done with Sandii McCalla.
After months of sanitary emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK has gotten to a point where certain restrictions can be removed without supposing a great risk for public health. Among those, we got the return of indoor performances starting August 15th, and on the same day, the government updated the guidance for the performing arts in England to reflect new Public Health England research into transmission risks from singing, wind and brass performance.
Remember how I told you I was being interviewed live some days ago? Well, the final talk is up on YouTube so you can revisit it or watch it if you missed the event!
The first season of my podcast Success Beyond The Score had an amazing reception on the first two platforms I chose for it: SoundCloud and iTunes. That is what encouraged me to search for more podcast plaforms, where I could reach people who could potentially benefit from the info and themes discussed in SBTS. Help me choose some!
Thinking about your interest in the show and that you might be interested in the current activities of the band as well, I decided use a weekly space in my platform to tell you about what the different members of the Not Just Jazz band are doing. This week, I want to talk about my amazing guitarist, Reuben Reynolds!