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.
So glad to know that black lives matter in the music industry and that the show must be paused to take stock of the murder of Mr George Floyd by a police officer during arrest. I’m joining the protest.
Electronic press kits are multimedia documents and most potential clients expect it to include a video where they can see you perform. What are they looking for, exactly? How can you deliver accordingly? Millicent gives you an insight.
Listen to Millicent’s advice in regards of song share splits in this episode of Success Beyond The Score.
In this episode of “Success Beyond The Score”, Millicent helps you find some strategies to deal with personality clashes and keep your band on rails.
Revealed: 25 Secrets Of The Successful Gigging Musician, Singer, Rapper & Spoken Word Artiste is the best of the best in terms of advice to help you find your path in music, a refined and practical guide that comes from my experience as a multi-award saxophonist.
Business cards. An investment or an unnecessary purchase? In this episode, Millicent gives you some insights to help you shape your image and sell what you do in a better way.
In the third episode of Beyond The Score, Millicent explains some strategies for you to get where you want with your music career instead of waiting for someone else to make it happen.
How do you think about your age? How do you feel about it, and about the age of your peers? Is it elevating your music, or decimating it? Listen to Millicent’s take in the second episode of the podcast “Beyond The Score”