42 Search Results for Tag: Curator Interviews

What Do We Look For In New Playlist Curators?

Andrew, founder of musicto.com talks with Maria from Music to Explore Everything about what we look for in new curators – the behaviors and qualities that we think make a good playlist curator.

Sonya Alexander – Music to Curator Interview

My name is Sonya Alexander, I currently reside in New York City. I’m a freelance writer.

2/ Is This Something You Always Wanted To Do? What Do You Enjoy About It?

I’ve always loved writing, because I’ve always loved informing people and entertaining them. ..

Ben Young – Music to Curator Interview

My name is Ben Young, just moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee. Spent the first half of my life in California, from the San Francisco Bay Area to San Diego. Spent the last half of my life in the South, from Georgia to Virginia. I currently lead a national contact center for one of the largest parking companies in the world…

Kenneth Alan – Music to Curator Interview

Peace everyone, I’m Kenneth Alan, live from The Bay Area California.

Currently working with my pops n brother in the framing business. This allows me the time and freedom to put the necessary training and energy into my personal art, dance…

Maria Lehua Fish – Music to Curator Interview

Hi there world! I am Maria Lehua Fish, originally from Kaua’i, Hawai’i but hanging in Petaluma, CA at the moment – a little north of San Francisco.

I currently live my life by walking doggos, farming vegetables/flowers, a smidge of digital marketing and putting on secret live music shows around San Francisco – all whilst cruzing around in an old Subaru outback with the windows down and the music always a little too loud. All in an effort to spend more time with plants, music, and allowing time to create all the art I possibly can…

Mert Turan – Music to Curator Interview

Hi I’m Mert from Turkey. I study at Middle East Technical University. Currently I’m too busy enjoying the summer in beautiful Florida.

2/ Is This Something You Always Wanted To Do? What Do You Enjoy About It?

Creating playlists have been one my favorite ways to ease my mind. I love spending time with hundreds of albums and trying to make sure every single track is in its right place. For sure, I knew I wanted to do something with music but, I would never guessed I could get a job like this…

Nikola Batinic – Music to Curator Interview

What is good everybody! My name is Nikola and I am from San Jose, California. Currently, I am a full-time undergrad student at Sonoma State University studying Economics. I will be graduating in May 2020. I am also a server and catering assistant for a few different wineries and event companies within the Bay Area and help my dad at his auto repair shop whenever I get the chance. My hobbies include making music with my friends, hiking, and going to concerts…

Mussie Fitsum – Music to Curator Interview

My name is Mussie Fitsum and I am from Silver Spring, Maryland in the United States. I am currently a rising senior at the University of Maryland. I also have my own music blog, tuneexpressions.com, which I have been very lazy with. I am hoping to revamp it this summer though with a consistent posting schedule…

Brent Faulkner – Music to Curator Interview

Hey world! My name is Brent Faulkner, and I hail from the United States, specifically the Bluegrass State, Kentucky. I’m originally from the city of Danville, but currently live and work in the ‘big city,’ Louisville, as an elementary music teacher.  Also, on the side, I maintain my own music blog/website, The Musical Hype, which features music reviews, interviews, and evergreen music lists (“playlists”)…

Tommi Tikka – Music to Curator Interview

My name is Tommi Tikka and I live in Finland currently. I have a governmental position working with languages and am in a band called The Impersonators. I also write songs for other artists. And then there’s this blog called Music to Celebrate Life that you might have heard of. LOL.

Is This Something You Always Wanted To Do?  What Do You Enjoy About It? Okay. So, I’m not sure what the word “this” in the question is referring to, so I will assume it refers to question 1 in its entirety. Here goes…