Learn about two great opportunities that BLiM offers to string and woodwind players from Black, Asian and ethnically traditionally underrepresented groups.
Season 3 of my podcast “Success Beyond The Score” will have transcripts for all the episodes. Keep an eye on my website and social media so you don’t miss them!
Some time ago, Sharon attended one of my “getting paid” webinars. She applied the principles discussed during the session and got good results, so she wrote to me to tell me all about it.
Check this overview of the three seasons of my podcast ‘Success Beyond The Score’ and learn where you can listen and/or watch all episodes.
Are there benefits for contacting the person who handles the microphones and amplification of sound at your gig in advance? Or is it best to wait until you get there?
Putting on your own show: exciting but daunting! Where to start, what to keep in mind? In this episode, I talk to you about 3 essential things.
Learn about three things you can do before recording your song, which will help you ensure there will be listeners and costumers once it is ready.
Today, we tackle an essential question to define the nature of your journey: do you have a music hobby or a music business? Does it matter how you call it? Let’s discuss it!
Yesterday, I talked about a major topic, one that many musicians struggle with: Should musicians perform for free? Is it a contradiction to what we do and who we are? Are there times when playing for free is ok? Should we be paid for all performances? How do you say ‘no’?