Learn what changes are coming for my projects to help emerging musicians achieve their goals, and how you can contribute.
Registrations for “Time For My Music” are open until tomorrow at midnight. I am looking forward to receive new great emerging female musicians in the group!
Today, I will talk about music welfare and the work of the Musician’s Union in a video-workshop for the Gospel Music Industry Alliance.
Recently my Guest Blog ‘The Journey Of A Menopausal Musician’ for the Musicians Union caught the attention of Jemma Tanswell, the Director of Reform Radio Station in Manchester. Jemma invited me to be a Guest on their Round Table discussion for International Women’s Day via Zoom.
Anouck, one of my online students, was so kind as to write a little testimonial about how she has found my classes and her experience learning the saxophone through the internet so far. Read to what she had to say.
I am offering sax lessons as an option for you to give this holiday season!
Just a reminder that I’m speaking this afternoon on Facebook Live, at 4.35pm until 4.50pm as part of Black History Month events that the Active Well Being Society is putting on. Catch me on their Facebook page at 4.35pm today.
In an ideal world, we all would have managers taking care of introductions, contacts, networking, transactions, finances, protocols and so on, but in reality we need to know about all this stuff in order to build a career. Using my background and my experience, I have been spreading useful information to solve this issue for years, and now I have condensed all of it in a single website: http://www.successbeyondthescore.com
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!