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20 - Being Your Own Boss with Karen Cubides 

I'm honored to have Karen Cubides from Cubides Artist Management on this week's podcast. She gives us the inside scoop on helping become your own boss and two things you can do right now to change your music career. This…

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19 - A Leap of Faith with Violinist Liubomyr Senyshyn 

First episode of 2019, wazee! I'm glad to be interviewing my friend and colleague, Liubomyr Senyshyn, who is now in his third year in the USA. I talk to him in person about how taking a leap of faith is…

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Happy Holidays from ETV 

Happy Holidays from ETV! Wishing everyone lots of love and happiness in the new year. 

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17 - The Life of a Conservatory Student with Julia McLean 

This week on the Everyday Musician Podcast, I get to talk to Julia McLean about her transition from a liberal arts college to conservatory, she is a graduate student at The Juilliard School in New York. In the ETV News…

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16 - Bringing Visual Art to Mozart's Requiem  

This week on the podcast I have Matt Hughes, an artist in collaboration with Ethereal Visions Publishing LLC providing a take on Mozart's famous Requiem in a visual form. This is the first visual artist I have on the podcast…

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15 - Exploring New Styles with Composer Sean Brennan 

This week on the podcast, composer Sean Brennan joins us to talk about his process when he approaches a new commission as well as our collaboration from last March. Chicago is just a week and a half away! Tickets are…

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11 - Chicago Tour Announcement  

This week on the ETV Podcast with Eric the violinist, Eric takes a break from the interview rounds. He introduces a new segment called ETV News and gives away a promotion code for his upcoming chamber music project in Chicago…

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10 - Music Education in Schools with Jared Bloch 

This week, I speak with fellow colleague Jared Bloch. Sharing Jared's perspective on music education is vital to continuing putting music in schools and why it's important for kids.