Dominique is a singer-songwriter and producer located in New York City. Last year, she became a TikTok sensation after she decided to reply to a sexist comment that said “girls can’t produce, give up” with a whole new song.
There’s a technique to improvisation, as there is to everything. Check this video in which our director Millicent gives some advice to refine your improvisation skills.
On May 2021, New Zealand musician Shirley Șerban decided to “relyric” Queen’s most famous song, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, to talk about menopause, a theme we have touched several times in Cafemnee. The result is not to be missed!
Jane Marczweski, whose stage name is “Nightbirde”, got the golden buzzer of the popular TV talent show American Got Talent with her original song “It’s Ok”, which tells the story of her recent life dealing with cancer. Her authenticity and her corageous stance in the face of pain and difficulty won the jury’s hearts, and we think her message can also touch you and help you with your personal journey.
Holly Pyle is an American singer, vocal coach, music producer and songwriter with a deep insight on the intimate process of music creation. She was kind enough to make her masterclass in songwriting free to everybody online. In this class, she speaks about her background, her motivation to write songs, the method she follows and what she has in mind during the process.
Dutch singer, songwriter and vocal coach Floor Jansen has a singing masterclass series online, and it is free!
Anything can happen on stage and, as performers, we must be prepared! However, sometimes things go wrong no matter how hard you think about every possible inconvenience ahead of time. That’s the case of the Taiwanese-Australian violinist star Ray Chen during a concert in Brussels some years ago. Oops!
February is Black History Month, which reminded us of the talk Millicent gave for the Active Wellbeing Society last year, during the same occasion. Let’s get inspired together by her journey and the tips she gaves us from her perspective!
On Thursday 21st January, representatives from the Musicians Union, the British Film Institute, the British Council and members of the House of Lords had a meeting in which they discussed the new conditions Brexit imposes over the entertainment industry, among other things like why the UK decided not to look into a renewal of participation in the Creative Europe programme.
The Snapshots Music and Art Foundation interviewed Carol Kaye in 2013. During the one hour long talk, she opened up and offered invaluable knowledge that turned the conversation into a secret masterclass.