Cutting edges of violin playing
Last week we wrote about Malwina Sosnowksi and her adventures in Brazil. When she returned to Switzerland she found herself within 10 days ending up booking a flight to New Delhi and heading off to beautiful India. This time as a backpacker and attached to it, an old and modest but playable violin inside a very moderate but light violin case, both perfectly fitting her violin playing plans for the coming two months. Continue reading New crossroads on and beyond musical paths – Part II
Cutting edges of a music career
Malwina Sosnowski, a violinist from Basel, has been playing and performing since age five (1990), with no significant breaks or loose of focus in her music career ladder. At the end of 2016, though, and after many years of freelancing and organizing, competing, teaching, solo appearances and performances at Festivals, she strongly felt the urge to escape her commodities. Continue reading New crossroads on and beyond musical paths
How to combine Music and Business and become a Cultural Entrepreneur?
You’re a professional musician, you have all the necessary diplomas and now you’re ready to hit the stage. You’re all set up for a successful music career. But what if you cannot find concerts? What do you have to do in order to be successful in a music career? In other words, how to become a successful cultural entrepreneur? Continue reading How to become a Cultural Entrepreneur
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