Ep. 45: Your Dream Job Might Not Exist Yet with Lisa Husseini

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Lisa Husseini, CEO of iCadenza, knows what it feels like to be on a music career path that doesn’t seem like the right fit. A graduate of prestigious music schools like The Hartt School of Music and New England Conservatory of Music, Lisa was well on her way to becoming a professional musician when she realized it wasn’t where she truly wanted to be. Her subsequent journey led her to several arts administration positions until she found iCadenza, a boutique agency that offers coaching, consulting, and project management for professional musicians and arts organizations. Her timing could not have been more perfect, as the agency did not yet exist when she first started her search. During this episode, Lisa shares her unique career trajectory and her determination to look “outside the box” when it came to finding her perfect dream music job.

Ep. 25: Finding What Makes You Unique with Sara Leib

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Sara Leib is a tour de force of talent, as a singer, vocal coach and innovator. She has studied at New England Conservatory of Music, Berklee College of Music and USC, she has performed on stages worldwide, has served on the faculty at prominent music schools, runs her own teaching studio (Voice Studio LA) and has launched a vocal warm-up app called Voxercise. In this episode, Sara shares her educational and music career trajectory, vocal training tools and techniques, as well as her foray into tech, disruption and innovation with the development of her app Voxercise. She shares her approaches to singing, what it takes to be a vocal coach and educator, and how to maximize your voice as an instrument and the tool that defines you as the unique artist you are meant to be.