Monthly Archives: April 2014

(South) Kirkby to California

Next weekend in Glendale’s Brand Library & Arts Center (California) one of my compositions Fleeting Glance will have it’s world premiere performed by Maksim Velichkin (cello) as part of the Fifteen Minutes of Fame initiative.  If any blog readers, Twitter … Continue reading

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What value culture and the creative artist?

As the UK recently gained a new Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and Minister for Equalities – Sajid Javid, today’s blog compares some of the attitudes and systems in place for the public support of culture in … Continue reading

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EASTER HOLIDAY ARTS AND CREATIVE WORKSHOPS IN BARNSLEY

Originally posted on Alternative Barnsley:
The Easter holidays are nearly upon us, which often means lots of chocolate and lots of bored children. Fret not. Barnsley’s has a wealth of arts and creative workshops on offer for children of all…

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Career Planning

The uncertainty of change is often a barrier to achieving maximum potential. As a freelance musician at the start of my career this was not something I considered. The main focus was how to find enough work to survive and … Continue reading

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