Michael Pratt: The Copyists
Crushing Classical
by Jennet Ingle
4d ago
On the faculty at Princeton for over 45 years, Michael Pratt has built one of the premiere music performance programs in American liberal arts universities. He has conducted instrumental works and opera from five centuries in Princeton and in international halls. He was made a Honorary Member of the Royal College of Music, London by King Charles III and was awarded the President's Award for Distinguished Teaching by Princeton President Christopher Eisgruber. He's recently released a historical fiction romance, The Copyists.  And our conversation about it is LOVELY.  Check out the boo ..read more
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Happiest Musician Minisode: CEO Level Work
Crushing Classical
by Jennet Ingle
1w ago
I had a really busy day last week and I played and taught and spoke really well!  Am I winning?  Or is there something else I need to think about?  (SPOILER: there is!)   Thanks for joining me on Crushing Classical!  Make sure you SUBSCRIBE to Crushing Classical, and maybe even leave a nice review!  You can join my email list HERE, so you never miss an episode! I help people to lean into their creative careers and start or grow their income streams. I have one more 1:1 coaching slot available this season.  You can read more or hop onto a short discovery ..read more
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John Jeter: Rediscovering the music of Louis Ballard
Crushing Classical
by Jennet Ingle
2w ago
John Jeter has been music director and conductor of the Fort Smith Symphony since 1997. He is the recipient of the Governor’s Award for “Individual Artist of the State of Arkansas”, the Helen M. Thompson Award presented by the League of American Orchestras, and the Mayor’s Achievement Award for services to the City of Fort Smith. Jeter has guest conducted numerous orchestras in the US and Europe. His music education programs for schools reach up to 10,000 students annually. He is also involved in a growing number of music and wellness projects, and has a long history as a media guest and host ..read more
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Happiest Musician Minisodes: Momentum
Crushing Classical
by Jennet Ingle
3w ago
WHat VERSION of momentum does your project need from you right now? Is there a way to make it easier for yourself?  My Accelerator program will run again this spring - hop on the waitlist here for updates and early-bird offers!  Thanks for joining me on Crushing Classical!  You can join my email list HERE, so you never miss an episode! I help people to lean into their creative careers and start or grow their income streams. I have three 1:1 coaching slots available this season. You can read more or hop onto a short discovery call from my website. I'm your host,&nb ..read more
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Ian Campbell: What is Partimenti?
Crushing Classical
by Jennet Ingle
1M ago
Ian Campbell is a composer, pianist, teacher and partimenti expert and teacher.  Partimenti is one of the most efficient tools ever developed for teaching music creatively, but was discarded and has almost been lost. Ian first encountered partimenti studying in Paris, France with disciples of Nadia Boulanger and has been learning, practicing, and teaching partimenti for more than 10 years.  WHY didn't I know anything about this? I'm DELIGHTED to have had this conversation. I feel smarter already...   Visit Ian's website, Instagram, or Facebook, or sign up for his newsletter.&nbs ..read more
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Cody Weisbach, Doctor of Physical Therapy
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by Jennet Ingle
1M ago
Cody is a Boulder, CO based Doctor of Physical Therapy with an interest in the prevention and treatment of playing related musculoskeletal disorders in musicians. He earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Simmons College in 2007 and has since gone on to become Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy in 2009 and a Fellow of the American Association of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists in 2010. Professionally, Cody works for a hospital based outpatient clinic in Longmont, CO. He is a member of the Performing Arts Medical Association, the American Physical The ..read more
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Dr. Tonya Lawson, Musician, Blogger, SEO Specialist!
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by Jennet Ingle
2M ago
Dr. Tonya Lawson is a musician, blogger, and SEO specialist whose mission is to empower musicians and other creatives to build out passive income streams so they have the financial freedom to live the life they want to live.  She works part time at Middle Tennessee State University, runs a private music studio of 50+ students, has 3 blogs, and through her membership, helps musicians get their websites found on google so they can book more gigs, get more students, and earn passive income along the way! We talked about  1. Why musicians should be diversifying their income and how to se ..read more
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Happiest Musician Minisode: Merry Gigmas
Crushing Classical
by Jennet Ingle
2M ago
The holiday season is a boon for musicians - and also SUCH a bane. How are you feeling about it? And is there any way you could feel BETTER? This episode is brought to you today by Happiest Musician Coaching. You are amazing, and I believe in you. What are you trying to create?  What do you need your career to be and do for you? What are you not seeing that you need to do and work on?  I love these conversations and supporting musicians like you. For a limited time, I'm offering a free 30-minute call to get you some clarity around your next steps, and see how I might h ..read more
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Happiest Musician Minisode: Refining
Crushing Classical
by Jennet Ingle
2M ago
This month, I'm thinking about REFINEMENT in my playing, my business, and my career. Might this idea help you?  Make sure you SUBSCRIBE to Crushing Classical, and maybe even leave a nice review!  You can join my email list HERE, so you never miss an episode! Or you could hop on a short call with me to brainstorm your next plan.  I'm your host, Jennet Ingle. I love you all. Stay safe out there!   ..read more
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Kincaid Rabb: Navigating Burnout and Creativity
Crushing Classical
by Jennet Ingle
3M ago
Kincaid Rabb is a writer and composer. They like dinosaurs, roller coasters, romance bookstores, craft cocktails, and houseplants. Kincaid writes about childhood memories, fantasy worlds, and little epiphanies that inspire the everyday extraordinary.  Kincaid identifies as queer, transgender, nonbinary, neurodivergent, and autistic, and uses they/them pronouns.    I’ve been working with Kincaid for a while - they wrote a fantastic piece for the oboists in my FLOW program and I have such admiration for their talent - but this conversation was not about that.     Ma ..read more
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