37 min

Crafting Your Musical Brand in a Crowded World! E:313 with Clare Southworth & Jean-Paul Wright Talking Flutes

    • Music Interviews

Are you a musician looking to carve out your unique space in the industry? Do you ever wonder how you can stand out in a sea of talented performers, teachers, and writers? If you're nodding your head, then the latest episode of Talking Flutes is a must-listen for you!
In this insightful 'Revisited' conversation, Clare Southworth and Jean-Paul Wright revisit an archived episode 63 from a few years back, where they delve deep into the nuances of brand building for musicians. They discuss what it means to have a brand, how to maintain integrity while promoting yourself, and the importance of understanding your target audience.
Jean-Paul kicks off the discussion with an interesting anecdote about Mrs. Hinch, an Instagram influencer who skyrocketed to fame simply by sharing her passion for cleaning. This story beautifully illustrates the power of authenticity and communication in building a brand that resonates with people.
Clare, with her extensive experience in performing, teaching, and writing, shares her perspective on how to connect with different audiences. She emphasises the importance of knowing your unique selling points and how to leverage them to create a memorable brand. Whether it's through engaging concert narrations or innovative program planning, Clare believes in the power of creating an emotional link with your audience.
The conversation also touches on the practical aspects of branding, such as the use of social media, the role of visual imagery, and the significance of credibility and consistency. Jean-Paul, with his background in flute playing, branding and marketing, offers valuable insights into the business side of music and how to keep up with the ever-changing tastes and styles of the audience.
Building a brand isn't just about showcasing talent; it's about crafting a story that people want to be a part of. It's about being genuine, approachable, and, most importantly, true to oneself. As Clare puts it, "Your brand develops with you as you develop."
So, whether you're a budding musician or an established artist looking to refresh your brand, this episode of Talking Flutes is filled with actionable advice and thought-provoking discussions that can help guide your journey.
Ready to make your mark in the music world? Tune in to the full episode and start building a brand that's as unique as your music!
'Talking Flutes', 'Talking Flutes Extra', 'Bitesize' and 'Revisited' are podcast productions by the TJ flute company.  For more information visit https://tjflutes.com 

Are you a musician looking to carve out your unique space in the industry? Do you ever wonder how you can stand out in a sea of talented performers, teachers, and writers? If you're nodding your head, then the latest episode of Talking Flutes is a must-listen for you!
In this insightful 'Revisited' conversation, Clare Southworth and Jean-Paul Wright revisit an archived episode 63 from a few years back, where they delve deep into the nuances of brand building for musicians. They discuss what it means to have a brand, how to maintain integrity while promoting yourself, and the importance of understanding your target audience.
Jean-Paul kicks off the discussion with an interesting anecdote about Mrs. Hinch, an Instagram influencer who skyrocketed to fame simply by sharing her passion for cleaning. This story beautifully illustrates the power of authenticity and communication in building a brand that resonates with people.
Clare, with her extensive experience in performing, teaching, and writing, shares her perspective on how to connect with different audiences. She emphasises the importance of knowing your unique selling points and how to leverage them to create a memorable brand. Whether it's through engaging concert narrations or innovative program planning, Clare believes in the power of creating an emotional link with your audience.
The conversation also touches on the practical aspects of branding, such as the use of social media, the role of visual imagery, and the significance of credibility and consistency. Jean-Paul, with his background in flute playing, branding and marketing, offers valuable insights into the business side of music and how to keep up with the ever-changing tastes and styles of the audience.
Building a brand isn't just about showcasing talent; it's about crafting a story that people want to be a part of. It's about being genuine, approachable, and, most importantly, true to oneself. As Clare puts it, "Your brand develops with you as you develop."
So, whether you're a budding musician or an established artist looking to refresh your brand, this episode of Talking Flutes is filled with actionable advice and thought-provoking discussions that can help guide your journey.
Ready to make your mark in the music world? Tune in to the full episode and start building a brand that's as unique as your music!
'Talking Flutes', 'Talking Flutes Extra', 'Bitesize' and 'Revisited' are podcast productions by the TJ flute company.  For more information visit https://tjflutes.com 

37 min