Music as a business! Learn from Carlos del Junco professional Harmonica Player & Teacher

How musicians can make a living from their music and teaching.

Wasaga Beach NICK_HARDING uncompressedIn this episode #67 of Connections Forum we will discuss what particular differences and similarities they have with other artists, solopreneurs or entrepreneurs.

“Carlos is one of those players whose music is so advanced that when it comes to awards, it’s either retire the category or rephrase the question to ‘Best Harmonica Player Not Named Carlos’ ” (Dugg Simpson, past Artistic Director Vancouver Folks festival). As a teacher, Carlos brings his expertise to all level of students. Carlos has taught many harmonica workshops worldwide and continues to develop a close and caring relationship with his one on one students to help them be the best they can be. According to Carlos, it is all about “Focused, Engaged and Intentional Music Practice” We are broadcasting this episode on May 14, 2015 at 1.30 pm EST.

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More details about Carlos del Junco

To say he plays the harmonica is like saying “Jimi Hendrix plays guitar”. He blows the blues harp through a prism — suddenly it seems he’s holding every colour in the musical rainbow right there in his hands.

Simultaneously sophisticated and raw, his playing blurs the boundaries between blues and jazz (hence the name for his band “The Blues Mongrels”, they could just as well be called “The Jazz Mongrels”). The emphasis is on blues, but they are not afraid to merrily traipse off in other directions delivering a seamless fusion of New Orleans second line grooves, jazz swing, Latin, hip-hop or ska melodies, to swampy roots rock.

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