Megan does a crossover episode with Rebecca Hass of "Being a Whole Person" podcast!
Here's what Rebecca wrote about our chat... "I had a delightful conversation with Megan Ihnen, a mezzo-soprano and “new music force of nature” who wears many hats as a performer, educator, coach/consultant for musicians, and also in arts admin. With these many roles, she is an amazing connector and natural community builder.
Tune in to hear us chat about creative placemaking, authentic community building, balancing many roles and having lots of work variety, burnout, being a musician during the pandemic, routines, harmful ideas around “hard work”, and how we can bring our very favorite selves to our creative work."
About Rebecca Hass
Rebecca Hass is a creative coach, pianist, and composer living in Berkeley, CA. As a coach, she helps ambitious creative people self-compassionately reduce overwhelm so they have more energy to focus on the work that matters most, with space to enjoy life.
As a pianist/composer, she specializes in Brazilian music and her compositions span a variety of topics, from samba grooves to crime-fighting manatees, which you can hear on her album Florescer (Bloom).
She also hosts the podcast Being a Whole Person, full of inspiration, encouragement, and tangible tips to help you self-compassionately grow your creative practice from a supportive foundation of wellness.
Support the Studio Class Podcast
You can help support the creation of these episodes when you join the Sybaritic Camerata on Patreon. Get started at patreon.com/mezzoihnen.