Naomi Cooper is a freelance musician based in Sydney, Australia. Naomi graduated from a Bachelor of Music with distinction and went on to be awarded First Class Honours for her research project, Two Hands, Many Voices: Learning to be a choral director. She has recently completed her doctoral thesis, Sing to me: learning to direct community choirs. Naomi is currently working as a choral conductor, performer, sessional academic, guitar teacher, musicianship teacher and workshop facilitator. Naomi is the current President of the NSW/ACT Chapter of the Australian National Choral Association.
In the episode Naomi shares:
1. How to set your choir up for success.
2. Associations that vocal teachers should check out for professional growth.
Radio Tagumpay interview of Tina Bangel director of One Voice Singing School and professional singer, as part of a soft launch of “My Lola” which is the first book in an inspiring series of music and movement online classes focusing on food, family, music and culture for parents to discuss with their young children. The book is about a young boy’s Lola (Grandmother in the Filipino language), who brings the family together with her delicious Filipino meals. We talk to Tina about the vision of the book, her inspiration for writing it and other initiatives relating to it.
Gina Molinari, affectionately known as Gina Mo, is a Confident Communication Coach. She helps purpose-driven female entrepreneurs get clear and confident in becoming the face of their business so they can create the consistency that it takes to create momentum, results, and impact with their work.
Gina shares her 3 tips for confident communication.