Ask yourself, "Am I bringing my best self to each collaboration?" In any collaboration when you start working with somebody new, I want you to think, "Wow, it's really an honor to get to work with this person. How can we both achieve our goals together through this piece, through this music, and then also honor the composer's intentions, the composer's creativity, and our shared musical imagination?"
Megan shares her thoughts on working with new collaborators in this Micro Action Monday episode on Studio Class.
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My gratitude goes out to Juanitos and Scott Holmes for the music featured in this episode.
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