The Performer's Pathway
Non-music skills are vital to all aspects of our lives. These seemingly unrelated abilities can help our music careers, enhance our inspiration and boost our overall enjoyment of the world. Join Adam Small and Jake Moses from My Music Masterclass as ...
Acclaimed jazz guitarist and composer Mike Moreno joins us in the virtual studio today to talk about livestreaming, getting gigs, social media promotion, music school and much more. Mike is an extremely talented musician and this is a great episode!
Numbers can be vital in our music and our lives. They keep on on schedule, on task, in key and more. But there are also times when we need to go with our instincts and disregard the math right in front of us.
What do New Year's resolutions, musical cadences, Benford's Law and the natural flow of the universe have in common? Hmm, I'm not entirely sure, but I think we try to tie it all together in this episode :).
Tenor saxophonist and entrepreneur Cory Weeds joins us in the virtual studio today for this super cool episode. We talk about owning a jazz club, running a record label, booking talent, getting noticed on the scene and more. This is a good one!
As humans and musicians, we often forget to observe our surroundings. It's easy to get caught up in the rat-race of life and forget about all the amazing things happening right under our noses. Join Adam Small and Jake Moses from My Music Masterclass...
Perception can be very illusive for people. As musicians, we don't always know what we sound like until we hear a recording or get feedback from another person. We also often have trouble focusing on the present and instead we ruminate about the past...
Renowned pianist, composer and educator Alan Pasqua (Tony Williams, Allan Holdsworth, Bob Dylan, Michael Brecker, Peter Erskine, etc.) joins us in the virtual studio today to talk about music, his career, being a professional musician and more.
As humans and musicians, it's easy to get caught up in negative and/or unproductive cycles. We have a tendency to reach for easy/comfortable "fixes" or routines well after they have proven effective in our lives.
Acclaimed saxophonist Walt Weiskopf (Steely Dan, Frank Sinatra, Buddy Rich, etc.) joins us in the virtual studio today to talk about music, his career, humility and more. This is a great episode with some real nuggets of wisdom!