Nov 30, 2018
Vicki Ambinder is a Music Performance Coach and Artistic Consultant. She helps musicians and bands of all ages, experience levels and genres improve and enhance their live and studio performance skills. She also helps musicians and bands work toward their artistic goals.
Our conversation touches on details of what she provides for clients as a performance coach. She explains what artist development means in her world and gives insight her compassion based approach. Vicki draws from her personal and professional experience as a musician, producer, session singer, songwriter, and actor. She teaches master classes and workshops in live music performance for music conferences, festivals, music schools, musicians' organizations, music camps, and private groups around the country. This glimpse into Vicki's work offers musicians and performers much to think about.
I learned that Vicki is a big fan of The Beatles and George Martin, which endeared her to me right away. She also scored points with me for giving me permission to take a day off for the Thanksgiving holiday, a pause for this podcast. She tells me that giving permission is something she often does as a coach. I was and still am grateful for her gift of permission.
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