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THE POWER OF STARTING (OR JOINING!) AN ENSEMBLE (Season 2 Episode 9)

by Clair Condit and Allie Tyler | The Marketed Musician Podcast

Have you struggled with getting plugged into the music scene of a new city?
Or would you like to become more visible and boost your marketing efforts by doing what you do best?

Great! Because today we’re talking about the benefits of increasing your visibility, network and reputation as an artist by either performing in local community ensembles or taking a leap of faith to start your own! Whether its a small scale event with friends or a full blown orchestra, find out why joining and/or creating your own ensemble will instantly elevate your career!

Tune in to hear the benefits of playing in these two types of ensembles and how you can make the most of them in your career.

WANT STEP BY STEP GUIDANCE?

To learn more about confidently increasing your visibility as a musician, get your free Fearlessly Visible Workbook over at https://themarketedmusician.com/fearlessly-visible/.

Think of this workbook as the perfect companion to help you take action on what you’re learning in each episode of Season 2. It’s jam packed with helpful information and insightful exercises to help you increase your visibility as a musician, and you can download it for FREE.

 

FOR EVEN MORE IN-DEPTH DISCUSSIONS…

Each week, we go LIVE on The Marketed Musician Facebook page for more in depth discussion and conversation on each week’s topic. 

You’re invited to join us Thursday evenings at 5 pm PST/8 pm EST!

We bring on guests who are rocking it in the real world with the visibility tactic we’re talking about on that week’s podcast episode.

 

LIVE Q&A

As musicians, much of what we do feels like a competition, but here at The Marketed Musician, we’re truly aiming for a community that provides resources, outlets and friendships so that you NEVER feel alone!

 

 

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