The Experience Of A Djembe Player On ‘Time For My Music’

We are approaching the first anniversary of ‘Time For My Music’, the online community created to help women in music stay active and connected during lockdown. The experience has been fantastic, but rather than tell you so ourselves, we thought it would be better to ask some of the members of the community about how they feel.

Cafemnee Online: Carlene’s Experience

Carlene was one of the people who attended our Cafemnee Online Worshop during the months of April and May this year. She shared with us some of her impressions, that we invite you to read so you can have a good idea of what to expect from our projects and how what we do could help you out in your path to a successful career in music.

The online workshop has been a total success!

The world swept the rug from under our feet but we adapted, and ‘Pleasing Your Audience’ quickly transformed into Cafemnee Online, an experience that closes this Saturday with a bang: the Open Mic Showcase, virtual edition! It has been an exciting opportunity to stay connected and explore new ways of communicating and collaborating. We are as happy as our attendants, to be honest!

Owning Your Spot: What will attendants do differently as a result of the workshop?

We wanted to know what goals and challenges emerged from the dynamics of the day, and how the teaching and collaborating that took place could influence the routines and views of the attendants. These are some of the answers our members provided.

Women have a couple things to say about Cafemnee…

Every time someone let us know how we have contributed to their growth or success, we reaffirm our compromise to support as many female musicians, singers, songwriters and producers as we can in their journey to improve their skills, gain confidence and shine with all their talent and passion.