3 Business Skills Every Music Educator Should Know

by Elisa Janson It’s no secret that many of us are entering our first music teaching jobs only to find that we haven’t been fully trained for the many aspects of our job. We have spent years in the mastery of our music and pedagogy, only to realize that many of our required tasks have … Continue reading 3 Business Skills Every Music Educator Should Know

Green Room Gossip: mastering off-beat interviews

During artist interviews, sometimes you want to hear what inspires them, how they got their start, and their advice for the younger generation. Other times, you want to hear what their favorite cheese flavor is. The Green Room Gossip podcast features musical, theatre, and comedic artist interviews in an unordinary way. Seem unusual? That's what … Continue reading Green Room Gossip: mastering off-beat interviews

“Always wanted to be in Show Biz”: Choirs for Seniors

by Amy Nathan “When my mother died, the music stopped in my house,” said Isabel Heredia. Her mother wasn’t a professional singer. “But she had a fantastic voice. She sang at parties.” Isabel enjoyed singing with her mother at their house in San Francisco but didn’t do any formal singing herself as an adult, although … Continue reading “Always wanted to be in Show Biz”: Choirs for Seniors