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Too many classical musicians go through the difficult and demanding grind of music school or years of lessons, and find out: "hmm, this isn't what I thought it was going to be like," or think: "why didn't anyone talk about what being a musician was really like?" Well, that's why we're here. The term Per Service is typically how we judge how good a gig is..because we'd say a gig pays...$95 per service (where each rehearsal or concert is a service). But money doesn't have to be the only way to measure how good a gig is. It could be worthwhile because of the conductor is awesome, or which colleagues you get to work with, or because there's a great BBQ joint across the street from the hall, or for many other reasons that don't get counted for in just the rate per service. We're four musicians who want to talk openly about what it's really like, and invite you to join in the conversation too at

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Charming, relevant, meaningful

This is a charming, relevant, and meaningful podcast that is not just for musicians but artists of all kinds. I am a actor/singer/ dancer and I find the conversations wonderfully relevant and I am inspired by these musicians and their curiosity and passion,

Informative and inspiring

Great show with great advice and stories, certainly something for everyone though. Frankly, though, listening to Christian has become difficult. Seems like a lot of things are infused with needless criticism and negativity.

An inside look at the real lives of classical musicians

I tune in because these guys are really entertaining, and I always wish I could jump into the conversation! There are frustrations, highs and lows, but in the end this show reminds me of why we do what we do. The music is great, and we can't see ourselves living any other way. Lots of practical advice for all facets of a classical music career too.

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