Musicians in the Public Eye
If you’re a musician in the public eye—such as an international soloist or conductor— you may well be dealing with significant non-musical and non-performance related challenges that come with the job.
Would you like to spend some time getting support around those challenges, in a confidential, non-judgmental space?
We can work together to help you clarify your needs and goals, and the best way to meet them. I can bring to our sessions decades of experience in the music profession, and as a coach.
Charlotte's unique perspective, wisdom and guidance has been invaluable to me as a conductor.
Conductor & Music Director
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Some of the issues that arise in sessions
Protecting time and energy - developing clear boundaries
Optimising relationships with agents, managers and others in your team
Making important work and career decisions
Handling the pressures that come with being a performer in the public eye
Managing performance anxiety
Dealing with feedback—positive and negative