How to experiment and make progress as a classical musician

Its damp nose was continually scanning. It couldn’t tell you what it was looking for. But it knew when it detected it. An unmistakable scent. One of a kind. Unmatched by anything else. Perched on the fluorescent plastic. Bobbing with the waves. The roaring hum of the engine suddenly lowered.  It had to be found.Continue reading “How to experiment and make progress as a classical musician”

10 Ways Your Audience Can Help You As A Classical Musician

I’ve seen frowns, squirms and uncomfortable shifting when I approach this topic with musicians.

“It’s all about the music, nothing else.” takes an ingrained stance.

Yet today’s topic is a crucial part of any performance.

You…the music and…

3 Ways For Classical Musicians To Continue Digital Performances

Change is coming.

With the announcement of a return to in-person events, possibly by June, what does this mean for your digital performances?

Are you hoping to go BACK to pre-covid normal?

Or will there continue to be a place for your online performances?


There is one problem both digital and physical recitals share.

I have seen performers raise over £1,000 in one performance and some raise £0. It’s an abundant and brutal reality. How do you solve this?