Vincent Ingala: Rising Saxophone Star

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  What’s better than a cruise to Alaska? A Dave Koz Cruise to Alaska! The talent aboard the ship on a Dave Koz cruise is phenomenal, the musicianship, first-rate. Yet along side all these fabulous artists, a noticeably younger saxophone … Continue reading

Jon Viktor Corpuz: A Midsummer Night’s Dream in New York City

Today we add to our pages another young and coming talent, Jon Viktor Corpuz.  Jon is a singer/actor/songwriter/musician based in New York City.  He was most recently seen in Julie Taymor’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Theater for … Continue reading

Movie Review: 20 Feet From Stardom

  2014 Academy Awards Winner Best Documentary Ever wonder why anyone would want to be a backup singer?  Maybe they aren’t good enough to be the star out front? Maybe they are working their way to the front, or maybe … Continue reading

Musician Chris Nathan Talks With The Talent Notes

CHRIS NATHAN With influences from artists like Dave Matthews Band, John Legend, Sam Cooke, Anthony Hamilton, Richie Havens and Jason Mraz, Chris really spells diversity. Coming off his debut album “Words” and follow up live acoustic album “So’fully Yours” Chris … Continue reading

Interview with Jenny B. Rawson: Heart of Art Award Winner

  TTN: We are so happy to present you with the first annual Heart of Art Award! What were your thoughts and feelings when you learned that you would receive the award? Jenny: When I heard I was nominated, I … Continue reading

Perception and The Artist: A Discussion with Music Producer Simone Sello

  Simone Sello is an Italian born music producer, who currently resides in Los Angeles.  In addition to producing, he is also a guitarist, songwriter, and music journalist.  He is best known for his work with the Sanremo Festival Orchestra, … Continue reading

What Do I Wear To My Audition? by Caroline Meisner

You’re excited about your upcoming audition. You’ve rehearsed your audition to perfection,  and you’ve updated your resume and headshot. You are good to go! You open your closet…and you realize you can’t decide what to wear. Here are a few … Continue reading

How To Accept A Compliment

Most of us know that by putting our talent on display, at some point, we are going to have to deal with criticism, be it constructive, or otherwise. We may prepare ourselves for it, think about it, let it affect … Continue reading

Tips For Finding A Quality Private Music Instructor, by Melissa Baden

So you’ve decided to take private lessons–good for you! We’ve already discussed why private lessons are a great idea for any musician, regardless of your commitment level. Now that you’ve decided to enroll, you’re probably overwhelmed with options. There are … Continue reading

Who Needs Instrumental Lessons? by Melissa Baden

We’ve already told you why voice lessons are important, so what about instrumental lessons? You won’t get by without these either! I won’t say that instrumental lessons are more important than vocal lessons, but I will say that it is … Continue reading