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TO HAVE A PROFITABLE CAREER AS A MUSICIAN.
I'm here to teach entrepreneurs like you
how to have a thriving artistic career.
You may have
Maybe you're a student pursuing a Fine Arts degree and know exactly what you want to do after graduation (#getitqueen).
Maybe the thought of having a 5, 10, and 20 year plan (let alone paying back student loans and affording rent) is simultaneously overwhelming and low-key terrifying.
I got you!
Thank you so much for sharing your wealth of information! I found myself already applying several principles that you discussed in the lessons I taught right after your presentation, and I BENEFITED SO MUCH FROM YOUR NETWORKING TIPS! Networking is something that's so important in the music world but nobody ever helps us learn to do it. I'm looking forward to using some of your tips and pushing myself out of my comfort zone to meet people!
— Braeden Weyhrich
Music Ed and Performance Major
Oklahoma State University
I'm a female-identifying concert saxophonist building up the next generation of exceptional musicians (while snuggling with Holly, my chocolate lab).
Having graduated with advanced degrees in Psychology and Saxophone Performance, I get to perform, teach, and lecture across the U.S. and abroad. I've spent years in the practice room making all sorts of unearthly sounds in an attempt to tame the beasts: my saxophones, and, more importantly, my own self doubt.
I'll let you in on a little secret:
every musician encounters obstacles.
We wrestle with technique, get frustrated figuring out all the complexities and nuance of our instrument, and can easily feel isolated in the process.
Whether you're wanting to master Adolphe Sax's greatest invention, nail your next audition or interview, or start your own multifaceted career, you've come to the right place!
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