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MFM’s “Make Music Your Business” #3 Workshop this Monday!

Matthew Flaherty photoStrength Training, It’s Not Just For Athletes! 

Make Music Your Business! For doing so good health is a “must” for a successful career!

A health workshop for musicians with Matthew Flaherty leading a special workshop for MFM members and aspiring musicians making music and business work hand in hand.

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Arc Welding Performing “Modern” Dada In NY

Arc WeldingDate: June 12, 2016
Venue: ABC No Rio (NY)
Review By Dawoud Kringle

Arc Welding, an experimental improvisational a cappella ensemble with Constance Cooper, Beth Griffith, and Lauren Lee, presented a performance at C.O.M.A., at ABC No Rio.

As Cooper – who’s a member of MFM – introduced the project and performance, the others began vocalizing. It became clear immediately that this was not to be a cappella performance with songs and arrangements. The vocalizing included a wide variety of harmonies, throat singing, sounds and ambient noises.

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MFM Workshop “Make Music Your Business” #2 with LegalShield’s Associates

Date: Monday, May 23, 2016
Time: 5pm to 6:30pm
Venue: WeWork Wall Street (110 Wall Street, NY, NY)
Ticket: free, but RSVP via Eventbrite here: http://www.eventbrite.com/o/musicians-for-musicians-inc-10586797435
Genre: workshop

Limited seating: 50

 LegalShield‘s associates Mike Juliano & Brad Bolnick will lead a legal workshop for MFM (http://www.MusiciansForMusicians.org) members and aspiring musicians, making music and business work hand in hand.

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Event Review: Condensing the Vapors of Ideals into the Liquid of Process: Musicians for Musicians Holds its Third Public Meeting

Date: February, 23, 2016
Venue: CA Music Room (NY)

Review by Dawoud Kringle

MFM Open Meeting 2-23-2016On Tuesday, 2/23/16, Musicians For Musicians (MFM) held its third open public meeting at CA Music Room. The attendance was a bit thin, but considering the miserable weather, this was no surprise.

After the ritualistic opening of the meeting with a musical offering (this time, it was MFM founder Sohrab Saadat’s solo saxophone exploration of his composition “Sad Sake”), the discourse and dialogue over the processes, possibilities, and definitions of MFM and its agenda began to take shape.

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