34 episodes

Music Works is a podcast for the classical music industry

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    • Performing Arts
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

Music Works is a podcast for the classical music industry

    2.7 ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’ and I: a singer’s fight for artistic justice

    2.7 ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’ and I: a singer’s fight for artistic justice

    Soprano Julia Kogan gives us a no-holds barred account of her fight for recognition as joint author of the screenplay to the hit movie “Florence Foster Jenkins”. It’s a story of heartbreak and astounding resilience in the face of three traumatic trials that have rewritten the law on joint authorship.
    You can find out more about Julia, her work as a coloratura soprano and a writer and, of course, that court case, at www.juliakogan.com
    Follow Music Works on Twitter & Instagram @Music_Works_Pod & at polyphonyarts.com
    Music Works is supported by Allianz Musical Insurance, the UK’s No. 1 musical instrument insurer.

    • 1 hr 30 min
    MWM 5: Practice: productivity, or avoidance? Exploring a busy mindset

    MWM 5: Practice: productivity, or avoidance? Exploring a busy mindset

    Are you practising for perfection or are you busy avoiding the work you need to do to build a sustainable career? Katie challenges you to look at your motivation and take the next step to creating an income from all that investment. If you’re guilty of letting practice get in the way of progress, this episode is for you.
    If you enjoy this conversation, please subscribe, check out our other great episodes, and even better leave us a review. You can also follow us on social media and sign up to our mailing list at www.polyphonyarts.com/mailing-list  for updates and news about Music Works and Polyphony Arts.

    • 7 min
    2.6 Annie Ridout on freelancing, music, and how online communities can help you thrive.

    2.6 Annie Ridout on freelancing, music, and how online communities can help you thrive.

    Journalist, writer and online business phenomenon Annie Ridout talks about the loneliness of the freelance life especially for new parents, and how shyness held her back from a career in music, but led her to a good place creating her own online business with its supportive online community. She also gives her tips on how to stay connected and make your own profile online and how even shyness can bring its own benefits.
    You can find out more about Annie, her courses, her podcast and her amazing following at: annieridout.com and therobora.com and on social media @annieridout and @therobora
    “Shy: How being quiet can lead to success teaches us how to embrace this misjudged attribute, instead of trying to fix it” is published by 4th Estate, an imprint of Harper Collins. You can find details here together with links to all the major online booksellers for you to order your copy today: https://harpercollins.co.uk/products/shy-how-being-quiet-can-lead-to-success-annie-ridout?variant=32623447343182
    If you enjoy this conversation, please subscribe, check out our other great episodes, and even better leave us a review. You can also follow us on social media and sign up to our mailing list at www.polyphonyarts.com/mailing-list for updates and news about Music Works and Polyphony Arts.

    • 25 min
    MWM 4: Fear of failure or fear of success - tackling a fear mindset.

    MWM 4: Fear of failure or fear of success - tackling a fear mindset.

    Katie talks about tackling fear in our work – specifically, fear of failure, and on the flip side, fear of success. Take her challenge and visualise yourself as financially and professionally successful. What would you do?
    If any of this resonates, Katie is offering a free 30-minute coaching taster call. Book here: https://polyphonyarts.com/strategic-career-coaching-for.../
    If you enjoy this conversation, please subscribe, check out our other great episodes, and even better leave us a review. You can also follow us on social media and sign up to our mailing list at www.polyphonyarts.com/mailing-list  for updates and news about Music Works and Polyphony Arts.

    • 7 min
    2.5 Why we need better working structures for women in music.

    2.5 Why we need better working structures for women in music.

    Music Works talks to co-founder of SWAP’ra - Supporting Women and Parents in Opera, director Sophie Gilpin.
    You can find out more about Sophie and the work of SWAP’ra here:
    www.sophiegilpindirector.com
    www.swap-ra.org
    If you enjoy this conversation, please subscribe, check out our other great episodes, and even better leave us a review. You can also follow us on social media and sign up to our mailing list at www.polyphonyarts.com/mailing-list  for updates and news about Music Works and Polyphony Arts.

    • 50 min
    MWM 3: Professional mindset: what permission are you waiting for?

    MWM 3: Professional mindset: what permission are you waiting for?

    Welcome to our new micro-podcast series helping musicians build their careers from a business mindset.
    Today Katie talks about the confidence you need to have a truly professional mindset and poses four key questions to help you give yourself permission to succeed in your music career.
    If any of this resonates, Katie is offering a free 30-minute coaching taster call. Book here: https://polyphonyarts.com/strategic-career-coaching-for.../
    If you enjoy this conversation, please subscribe, check out our other great episodes, and even better leave us a review. You can also follow us on social media and sign up to our mailing list at www.polyphonyarts.com/mailing-list for updates and news about Music Works and Polyphony Arts.

    • 6 min

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