‘Gender Disparity in UK Jazz – A discussion’ is the new book by Sammy Stein, in which she provides a clear vision of the current state of the jazz music scene in terms of gender equality. We recommend it to understand the circumstances and be able to think of informed solutions to move forward. You can find it in Kindle at Amazon UK or elsewhere at just £2.00 as an eBook, £15 as a paperback.
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.
We wanted to share this story because Betty’s life is, in a way, a tale of breaking the shell, and about how support at the right time can change a person’s life.
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.
We tend to underestimate the effort and skill needed to monetise our content effectively. Where is the line? How to know if online income is really for you? In this episode, Millicent helps you figure that out.
Our member Janice was so kind to share with us a general reflection about our Cafemnee’s Online Workshop, which she attended during the month of April.
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.
After a comprehensive review of all things EPK, this is the episode that wraps it up. Let’s review the entire list of things your press kit should have, who should you look up for help to make the kit effective and unforgettable, and most importantly, what are those three key things that you just cannot omit, the three pillars that will get you the gigs you want.
This marks 20 episodes of Success Beyond The Score! Thank you all for your support, encouragement and engagement, that is what has taken this podcast from a nice little effort to help friends find their way in the professional music world to a major resource with five starts in iTunes. I could not be happier!
A few weeks ago, we shared a testimony by Beverley Edwards about how Cafemnee helped her change her perspective on music and the way she was approaching the creative process. As a result of the positive input, Beverley was able to produce and launch her first EP, ‘Faithful God’, which we are proud to present.