Coaching for moving your career forward as a musician

Well…. I don’t have to write much in this post. If you want to make a living doing music, sooner or later you have to figure out how to make a living
as a musician. This often creates many conflicts for classical performers between what feels artistically authentic and what actually makes you money.

One person who has been a big help for me on my own path to solving this riddle is Yale faculty member Astrid Baumgardner.
As a former lawyer and classical pianist she really knows what musicians goes through, and also thinks in a very strategic/analytical way that often times artists do not.

Check out her web site here

Posted on February 3, 2012 in Music Composition

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An award-winning composer, accomplished musician and sonic storyteller, Douglas Gibson resides in New York City, where he composes and gives music composition lessons locally and online worldwide.
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