9 episodes

Called “one of the Boston music scene’s most valuable players”, percussionist Julian Loida launches ‘A Millennial Musician’ amidst the corona crisis featuring the stories of millennial musicians. Part musician, part producer, part entrepreneur, Loida’s conversations range from interviews with musicians that bringing to light the personal experiences of young creatives from all walks of life to insights from industry professionals who hire these young creatives. With an ever-changing world and the power of the podcast platform, these recorded interviews will preserve the stories of today and for those who will look back on this era.

A Millennial Musician Julian Loida

    • Music Interviews
    • 5.0, 13 Ratings

Called “one of the Boston music scene’s most valuable players”, percussionist Julian Loida launches ‘A Millennial Musician’ amidst the corona crisis featuring the stories of millennial musicians. Part musician, part producer, part entrepreneur, Loida’s conversations range from interviews with musicians that bringing to light the personal experiences of young creatives from all walks of life to insights from industry professionals who hire these young creatives. With an ever-changing world and the power of the podcast platform, these recorded interviews will preserve the stories of today and for those who will look back on this era.

    8. Jinty McTavish

    8. Jinty McTavish

    Violinist Jinty McTavish shares her story of playing hundreds of shows with her genre-crossing string quartet ATLYS, growing up in Indiana, advice for musicians to stay healthy, and being a role model for young girls. She shares her insights into running a band, work-life balance, and playing at the Oslo Freedom Forum. You can find and follow Jinty & ATLYS at the links below.

    JintyMctavish.com
    Atlysmusic.com

    A Millennial Musician’s Patreon: Patreon.com/AMillennialMusician
    JulianLoida.com

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Ep. 7 Alfonso Peduto

    Ep. 7 Alfonso Peduto

    Pianist, composer, and scientist Alfonso Peduto shares his story of growing up in Italy, going to college in the US to study piano, composition, physics, and math going on to release over 12 albums of original music. Alfonso shares his philosophies, methods, and insights into choosing one’s personal path in life and music. Alfonso’s music is mesmerizing and beautiful. You can find and follow Alfonso at the links below.

    alfonsopedutomusic.com

    • 1 hr 19 min
    Ep. 6 Caroline Cotter

    Ep. 6 Caroline Cotter

    Singer-songwriter Caroline Cotter shares her story of going to school for art, focusing on sculpture and coming out a singer-songwriter who would go on to tour the world playing over 800 shows in 45 states and 13 countries.  As an awarded singer-songwriter and trained yoga instructor, she gives her thoughts on how songwriting affects people’s souls around the world.  Follow and listen to Caroline at the website address below.

    CarolineCotter.com

    • 52 min
    5. Ian Miller

    5. Ian Miller

    Pianist and producer Ian Miller shares his story of growing up in St. Louis, moving to Nashville, and becoming the Music Director of Brett Eldredge.  Ian shares his insights into the music scene in Nashville, his tips on touring, and starting your own studio.  Follow and listen to Ian and the artists he works with below.

    ianmillermusic.com
    Coming soon RoastedBeanStudios.com

    Music featured on today's episode is Ashé by Julian Loida.  Stream on all platforms: Julian Loida

    • 1 hr 25 min
    4. Charles Overton

    4. Charles Overton

    Harpist, educator, and composer Charles Overton shares his story.  Charles has become an in-demand classical and improvising music from releasing his own album, freelancing across jazz and classical scenes as well as subbing with the Boston Symphony.  Starting at age 5, Charles went on to attended Interlochen, Berklee and was the first harp student to be admitted to the Berklee Global Jazz Institute.  Follow and listen to Charles’ music below.

    www.charlesovertonmusic.com

    • 1 hr 26 min
    3. Darren Lin

    3. Darren Lin

    Percussionist, educator and member of the President’s Own Marine Band Darren Lin shares his story.  Growing up in PA, went to school at University of Michigan, Eastman, and NEC, and cut his teeth taking auditions at high level orchestras across the US.  Darren is now in Washington, DC working, continuing to freelance on the side, teach, and start projects of his own.

    DarrenLinMusic.com

    Music featured on today's episode is Ashé by Julian Loida.  Stream on all platforms.

    • 1 hr 28 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

kapac89 ,

Incredible

This podcast is just amazing. Every episode is chock full of incredible perspectives and lenses to learn from. Julian is also such an amazing conversationalist.

pablosly ,

Loved it

Just listened to and really enjoyed the Ian Miller podcast. Some great insights and advice, and brought back some great memories as well. Thanks for sharing your talents and creativity. Look forward to listening to more.

Tanto#1 ,

Julian Being Julian = Perfect

Always interesting to hear what's on Julian's radar since it comes from the heart and a place of purity.

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