Thoughts on the Future of Musicianship Part 4 – Podcast by Steve Lawson and Andrew Dubber

The marvellously opinionated double act of Steve Lawson and Andrew Dubber carry on our series of guest posts by speakers from our Future of Musicianship event on May 1, 2012 in London. The Kiwi accent belongs to Dubber, the British one to Steve.

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Steve Lawson & Andrew Dubber with Heli Rajasalo of Loving & Living Music

You can learn more about the mega-multitude of music related stuff that those two get up to by checking out Steve here, and Andrew over hereA full recording of the Future of Musicianship event is available for listening and download.

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3 thoughts on “Thoughts on the Future of Musicianship Part 4 – Podcast by Steve Lawson and Andrew Dubber

  1. Great stuff! Nice to hear someone calling out the traditional instrument tuition system for its bullshit promises of a career in music – and unnecessarily narrow-minded focus on classical and technical skills to the detriment of musical joy and creativity.

    Please do follow up with the tech-focused discussion suggested at the end. I’d love to hear more from you both on that subject…

  2. […] absolute must listen to is the ramblings of Steve Lawson and Andrew Dubber on the future of musicianship. I would embed their talk, but have yet to figure out how. Share this:ShareTwitterFacebookLike […]

  3. Keith says:

    An excellent podcast!

    Some thoughts of my own on musicianship

    http://keithpp.wordpress.com/2012/06/11/musings-on-musicianship/

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