Millicent has been part of the Musicians’ Union’s Executive Committee for a few terms now. The current one finishes at the end of December this year, and she has taken the decision not to continue because she successfully got on the NatWest Accelerator programme offered by NatWest Bank, which runs for six months.
The programme supports and empowers entrepreneurs of the United Kingdom to scale their businesses to the next level. Millicent joined to boost Success Beyond The Score as a whole, but in particular Time For My Music, the online community for emerging female musicians that you can find in this link.
The NatWest Accelerator sessions run on Wednesdays, which makes them overlap with the monthly sessions of the Musicians’ Union’s Executive Committee. Given that Millicent has already had the opportunity to contribute to the union through that committee for a meaningful and rewarding time, she decided to step down and focus on the NatWest...
Time For My Music, the online project to empower women in the music industry, is currently open for subscriptions, but not for too long! In fact, there’s only a few hours left, the system will close at 11:59pm today, UK time.
If you are a female musician who wants to step up your game and advance in your career, this is the perfect chance to join a community of like-minded women and receive all the tools and support that you need.
In this cycle, we are going to focus on how to grow your brand online and build a loyal fanbase. On top of that, you will have access to all the materials of our previous cycles and to live forums with the other women. You will also be able to participate in the next T4MM concert and have your photo and bio exhibited in Birmingham City Centre.
Sounds good? Then head to the T4MM website before midnight and join us! We can’t wait to meet you.
International Women’s Day highlights the actions we, as women, do every day to ensure our place in the world. It is a day to celebrate ourselves and our strength and to commemorate the efforts that millions of women before us have done to get us where we are. It is also a day to reflect and decide what’s the next step.
Time For My Music is there for all women who see a future in music when they look ahead. The industry is still male-dominated and there’s a lot to learn and do in order to open space for women. This community aims to close that gap by providing training and resources related to the music business.
The group is receiving new members from all around the world. You have time until Sunday 13th March to subscribe.
These are some of the themes that we are going to cover this time:
· Setting up and utilising a YouTube channel to showcase your work.
· How to grow a fan base.
· Learning about all the components for putting on a live...
Hey ! Are you a female musician? Would joining an online community of female musicians, who meet twice a month, help you to take your music to another level?
If you are struggling with:
· Getting gigs.
· Promoting yourself effectively.
· Identifying the type of tech you need to amplify your sound at your gigs, and getting tips on how to use said tech.
· Acquiring equipment , within a budget, to perform online from your home.
· Meeting likeminded women in an online space, who are also working towards their music dreams.
· Being part of a safe group where you can bounce ideas, ask questions, talk about your hurdles, and receive support.
Well, you are not alone! Once upon a time, I was a struggling musician too. I did not know how to get gigs; I did not know the best way to present myself on stage or to engage an audience. I did not have a following but dreamt of having recordings. Over the years, I’ve learnt so much and now I am a multi...
The online evening performance by Time For My Music had the aim to raise funds for the homeless. The women chose two charities to achieve this: “The House of St. Barnabas” and “CEO Sleepout”.
Both of these were brought to the attention of the group my Anouck, who was also in charge of talking about them during the concert. You can listen to her following this link, and read more about each charity in the links below:
Working to break the cycle of homelessness by giving people affected by homelessness the skills and confidence to get into employment and find accommodation.
Around the UK business leaders are invited to sleep rough for one night to raise funds to fight poverty and homelessness in the UK. Monies collected are donated to charities at the front line of homelessness and poverty.
The concert organised for the Time For My Music community is just one day away! Starting 6:30pm UK time, watch aspiring female musicians perform to raise funds for the homeless. Where can you watch, you ask? On my YouTube Channel!
The charities supported by this event are:
The House of St. Barnabas: Working to break the cycle of homelessness by giving people affected by homelessness the skills and confidence to get into employment and find accommodation.
CEO Sleep Out: Around the UK, business leaders are invited to sleep rough for one night to raise funds to fight poverty and homelessness in the UK. Monies collected are donated to charities at the front line of homelessness and poverty.
See you there!
I’m pretty excited about this! Last July the women of my online membership group ‘Time For My Music’, put on a private online concert to close friends and family. This time it's going public! Next week Saturday, 29th January 6.30pm (UK), they will be performing again and you can be there too.
More will be said about the performers, the Charities, and of course the details about this great night over the next few days so stay tuned, share and see you there.
Flyer graphic design by Angela Schuster my PR & Community Manager
Angela by Sharon Jones
Angie-Lee by Delano Lewis
Anouck by Andreea Tufescu www.andreeatufescu.com
Janice by Laurence Stephenson www.laurencestephenson.com
Joannie - Steve Spurgin https://stevespurgin.co.uk/
Melody by Peter Keay
Millicent by Keri J Hunt ...