Wherever you are in your music journey, I believe “10 Things The Most Successful Artists Always Do, That You Can Do, To Give An Unforgettable Show” is indispensable.
Listen to the full interview with Dan Whitehouse for “Success Beyond The Score” today at noon through AffinityXtra radio.
As a professional musician, one of my greatest satisfactions is to share with other artists and see them grow. This drive to help others is what motivated me to create and mantain projects like Cafemnee, Time For My Music and Success Beyond The Score. It also plays a role in my involvement with organisations like the Musicians’ Union, which fight every day for better conditions in the industry.
During my performance yesterday on “Sax Interpretations: Ladies Edition”, there was a little confusion among viewers as to how to donate to support me, so I thought I should come and explain how to do it and what a donation would accomplish.
Never before has hardware been so important for working. We need good devices and strong connections to keep up with the times! For this reason, I am beyond happy to be one of the recipients of the Black Artists Grant for March 2021, as it allowed me to get a new computer. Now, I will be able to optimise my workflow to the benefit of my online performances and projects like Cafemnee, Success Beyond The Score and Time For My Music.
‘Time For My Music’ is the name of the community group for female musicians that I created alongside my Cafemnee team, wishing to provide a safe and welcoming environment to have conversations, share resources, improve ourselves and create music together.
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.
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.