Weekly Digest of Inspired Writings: In the Zone, Drinking Coffee, and the You Tube Orchestra
April 10, 2011
Discover how to play to your strengths and feel self mastery and fulfillment.
Then learn how to get in the zone (sorry Brittany Spears fans)
Learn what breathing has in common with a cup of coffee.
Get inspired about networking, getting your ducks in a row, and going for it.
And then eat the frog.
See Laurie Anderson, John Zorn, Lou Reed and shamisen and koto players in the Concert for Japan.
Watch a TED talk with El Sistema’s Jose Abreu on kids being transformed by music
and then actor Kevin Spacey on cutting the arts.
And check out Eric Whitacre’s innovative Virtual Choir here.
P.a.v.e. director reflects on the recent “Creating Infrastructure for Creativity and Innovation” symposium.
Own the Stage! Learn strategies for successful performances here.
Get the 10 tips on how to become a fearless performer.
and also to this with Jim Walker, Alberto Almarza and Francesca Arnone
Send an email to email@example.com to request a free trial membership to the League of American Orchestras Employment Site.
Go to http://www.angelabeeching.com/bt/Home.html and sign up for the Monday Bytes, a weekly career-inspired email.
Read how Yoga can help you as a musician.
Overcome back pain with Alexander Technique
and learn how Body Mapping and Alexander Technique will improve your playing.
Read all about the International Whistler’s Convention going on right now in North Carolina
Then read about KidzNotes, an El Sistema program in North Carolina.
A website for the independent artist
Connect with other classical musicians