Cheryl Frances-Hoad was born in 1980 and received her musical education at the Yehudi Menuhin School, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and Kings College London. Her music has been described as “like a declaration of faith in the eternal verities of composition” (The Times), with “a voice overflowing not only with ideas, but also with the discipline and artistry necessary to harness them” (The Scotsman).
In this episode Cheryl discusses the importance of treating your compositions as assets and more.
Topics discussed in this episode:
- Being active on social media
- Keeping the audience involved
- Being a real human being
- Tell your story better
- Meeting people in person
- Studying formally as long as possible
- Importance of recording your music
- Marketing & Promotion
- Radio play
- Compositions as assets
- Being confident
- Being concerned about the performers
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