Yesterday, we had a fantastic time online at the Gospel Music concert “Sax Interpretations – Ladies Edition”, where myself, along with Ornisea Williams Hird, Barbara Witter, Rinelle Harrynarine and Ginger Cornwall brought the best of the saxophone to screens around the world. The event was very well received, gathering hundreds of views on Youtube and thousands on Facebook!

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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.

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Reasons why you should not monetise your music online

Not every outlet is suitable for every creator, and given that, as we have mentioned already, each one of us has a limited amount of energy and time, depending on the circumstances it may be best for you to keep your income sources offline. Let’s see if that’s the case!

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The evenings are quiet times that allow you to unwind for the day and let go of the things that trouble your mind. It is a good time to find some goodness for your senses, to listen to new music and let yourself be filled with wonder for the fantastic talent that is out there. One time, doing exactly that, I found the marvelous voice of Cynthia Erivo.

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We now have a platform with private forums where members can share exercises and WIPs for others to provide feedback. We have a gallery of lessons that they can revisit whenever they want. We had videocalls and shared screenings, we learned together to use a wide arrangement of virtual tools. It was enriching, it was empowering, and it allowed us to rise together against the challenge of the pandemic.

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Banner for the Women in Music Conference

The Women in Music Conference, organized by the Musicians’ Union, took place in Manchester on March 28th. It was an enlightening and empowering event where prominent female voices gave us an insight on the nuances of the industry, some keys for success learned from their experience and, mostly, a boost of courage and optimism to face the challenges still present for women in the music industry.

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