Recently, I’ve decided to release my first-ever solo piano album. In addition to composing and performing every piece on the album, I will be producing and engineering the project myself. I’m also directing the marketing, promotion, and finances. In other words, I’m doing the whole thing on my own. (Hence, my lack of updates lately.) I know there are significant advantages to pulling from others’ talents for a project, but at this stage in my career, I’m doing the album by myself to learn. Am I crazy? Maybe. Am I a control freak? Not exactly. Let me explain… Continue reading “My First Solo Album: What’s REALLY Involved?”
I know–It’s been awhile since the last post. But I was away on “Pseudo Tour” for over a month this summer. I’ve literally gone from coast to coast and to the North and to the South. I spent some time in Nashville, and then for eighteen days, I was at GRAMMY Camp–first in Los Angeles, then in New York. It couldn’t have been a better summer. I feel so blessed and so grateful to have had these opportunites.
I have been selected for GRAMMY Camp Los Angeles and GRAMMY Camp New York in the Engineering for Audio & Video track! It’s incredible. It is such an honor and a blessing to be given this opportunity.
At GRAMMY Camp, I will be learning more about the music industry, and I will have the chance to learn from top industry professionals. The Los Angeles session will last for ten days, and New York for eight.
Check out the official press release for more info:
Ok, I know it’s been a little while. I’ve been extremely busy lately, and there are some exciting things coming up. Here’s the rundown:
1) I’ve applied to GRAMMY Camp
GRAMMY Camp is a summer music program for high school-aged musicians put on by the GRAMMY foundation. Yes, the GRAMMY foundation. It sounds amazing, and I think it would be incredible to get the chance to go and learn as much as I possibly can from GRAMMY-winners and nominees.