One of the perks of being a member of ‘Time For My Music” is that you can vote every month for a topic of your interest to be discussed in the Zoom forum with experts. September’s chosen theme was ‘how to improve your stage presence’ and we are going to talk about it on Wednesday 7th October from 7:30pm to 9:00pm.
Millicent has gone above and beyond to provide this community and the general public with the best insights and resources to achieve success in the music industry. One of her efforts is the free booklet “Revealed: 25 Secrets Of The Successful Gigging Musician, Singer, Rapper & Spoken Word Artiste”, a concise guide full of valuable advise and key points that every aspiring artist in the world of music should know.
We are proud to present ‘Time for My Music’, the result of months of work that started with Cafemnee’s first online workshop and then grew with the community group that evolved from it. Starting next week, you will be able to join this wonderful platform that offers a space for females in music to connect, share, learn and advance themselves.
Millicent will receive enquiries until July 31st. Find out more in her linked website.
In the current climate of uncertainty, individual musicians and music educators are having to rethink the way they work, in some cases in an online environment, and consider how their ‘business’ may function beyond the pandemic when live activities resume. To help finding the appropriate tools and strategies to keep business going, Sound Connections reworked their “Get Business Ready” course into an inline event, and our director Millicent Stephenson is going to open the day with the key speech “How To Future-Proof Your Business”.
What to include in your EPK, how it should look, what are the most important parts, what it is all about… all the answers, here.
Millicent is preparing everything for launching a comprehensive, effective and practical course on how to earn money from your music. This e-learning opportunity will cover all the different aspects you need to pay attention to in and out of your performance, and to ensure it is as helpful and informative as it can be, we need your help.
We are still receiving new attendants for our online workshop, as the first session was recorded and posted on our learning platform, meaning that newcomers will be able to catch up no problem. Sign up today!
Two heads think better than one, but at the same time, they bring the misunderstandings, disagreements and confrontations to the table, and with those come some negative feelings that can ruin the entire experience. To help with that, Millicent brings in this episode ten rules to address the issues that arise when you work in a band or group.