Lucy Kalantari is a GRAMMY® Award winning songwriter, composer and producer based in Brooklyn, New York, making jazz age inspired music for families. Her songs are on steady rotation on SiriusXM Kids Place Live and other family radio programs around the country. Her latest album, All the Sounds won a GRAMMY for Best Children’s Album in the 61st GRAMMY® Awards.
In this episode:
-How splitting drills with fun – leads to optimal learning when picking up an instrument
-How you don’t know what you’re into unless you give it a try
-How we only go so far as our imaginations will allow us to go, so we need think bigger.
-Success is like a scientist trying to find a hypothesis. You’re going to blow up a few rooms before you find the antidote.
-How silencing your authentic voice out of fear is a disgrace.
-If you want others to consume what you’re creating, you need think of the message you’re delivering.
-Instead of looking at aging as a bad thing, it’s the opposite. More experience gives you the competitive advantage.