38: How and Why Jennifer Rosenfeld of iCadenza Reclaimed the Title of “Musician”


Jennifer Rosenfeld, CEO of iCadenza and President & Principal Manager of Cadenza Artists, has extensive experience working with musicians of all genres on identifying and pursuing their professional goals, and overcoming the obstacles that come up along the way. She’s also a musician. “Wow, James,” you might be thinking. “A musician who helps musicians¬†share their…

37: Tasmin Little Used a Naked Violin to Change the World. Here’s What She Did.

Tasmin Little
29 August 2013
Bishop Strings and Oh! Studios, London

Hair & make up: Elizabeth Rita
Assistant: Peter Finlay

joint commission: Tasmin Little for publicity and Chandos for CD covers

The Starving Artist Works for Free. The Thriving Artist Always Works for Something. Tasmin Little had everything a successful violinist is expected to have: Several critically acclaimed albums to her credit; performing in the finest concert halls in the world; an engaged community of fans and followers. But when she played her violin under a…

36: How David Cutler Turned a Crisis into an Opportunity

david cutler

This episode goes live on Sunday, Sep 3, 2017 Dr. David Cutler balances a varied career profile as a jazz and classical composer, pianist, educator, arranger, author, and sought-after speaker. Known as the world’s foremost expert on music entrepreneurship, his books “The Savvy Musician” and The Savvy Music Teacher” and workshops like “The SAVVY Arts…

Listen to this episode
Powered by the Simple Podcast Press Player

35: Chris Botti on “Fair Weather” MusicPreneurs


Check out “To Starve or Thrive: The Musician’s Dilemma.” A 12-part email and blog series based off “Real Artists Don’t Starve” by Jeff Goins. to read and sign up! Please enjoy this wonderful interview with the legendary Chris Botti. I originally published this interview in 2015 on the now-defunct Outside the Music Box podcast.…

Listen to this episode
Powered by the Simple Podcast Press Player

34: Whatever Would We Do Without Military Bands?

**Disclaimer: I’m a musician who was employed by the U.S. Army for 11 years prior to my current entrepreneurial ventures. I’m not affiliated with the Army in any way. The views and opinions in this blog/podcast in no way represent the views of the U.S. Government or the Army.¬†I really don’t really have a dog…

Listen to this episode
Powered by the Simple Podcast Press Player
Are you a MusicPreneur?
Join the Tribe Today.