Sandy’s story is truly inspirational and we invite you to draw parallels with your own life projects, both in music and other areas of your interest.
You can listen to the whole interview with the vocalist, choir and music agency director Louise Dengate on YouTube and all your favourite podcast outlets now!
The second part of Millicent’s interview with music producer and record label CEO Tony Bean will air tomorrow at noon on AffinityXtra radio.
The full interview with Tony Bean, the founder and CEO of 5AM records, who has worked with big names like Kelly Rowland of Destiny’s child, Usher, Christina Aguilera, and more, is now available in all podcast streaming platforms, ready to answer all your questions regarding music production! A video version can be found in YouTube.
Millicent’s podcast to help you find your way in the music industry is back for season 2. This time, she gives the microphone to prominent voices of the area, from producers to performers, singers, musicians and more, so they can share their knowledge and unveil some secrets to boost your career.
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!
The podcast “Success Beyond The Score” is back for a second season in which prominent voices of the field will join Millicent for in-depth interviews! First episode airs on Monday 15th February.
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.
2020 is over and we sincerely hope you all could wrap it up in the best possible way. For this year 2021, we plan on keeping up all our virtual projects to support you in your musical journey, and in regards of that, we would like you to do a little exercise.
‘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.