Keyboard player/Singer/Musical Director Peter Kadar is joining the conversation on Cue To Cue!! Peter has worked with some of the biggest names in music. Peter is bringing not only his breadth of experience to day’s episode but his passion for music and helping artists hone and grow into their potential both from an artistic perspective and as a business person. He is probably one of the most passionate people I know when it comes to digging into his craft! Spend just five minutes and he will inspire you!
In this episode:
- What the key has been to working consistently as an artist
- How to diversify your skill set as an artist through passion
- What are the signs you are being taken advantage of as an artist
- what artists need to understand about gigging for free does to the entire industry.
- How we need to stop waiting for inspiration to come to us and go out an seek it.
- How important it is to work on your craft so that you are in the top one percent and how that directly relates to your mindset about money.
Peter Kadar: How To Be A Working Artist
A little about Peter:
Peter originally hails from Windsor, Ontario, but Toronto has been his home for the last fifteen years. In that time, he has become one of the most in-demand keyboard players in the country and has recently worked with stars like Alice Cooper, Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi, Orianthi from Michael Jackson’s This Is It concert film, and legendary guitarist/producer Steve Cropper. Peter is the keyboard player and musical director for Jarvis Church of the Philosopher Kings, plays with Suzie McNeil and Canadian pop icon Amanda Marshall, among many others. When he’s not busy performing with many of Canada’s major artists, Peter enjoys being on staff at Sheridan College in their Musical Theatre Performance Program, as well as their Performing Arts Prep Program. Peter holds a Bachelor of Music from Humber College and has studied with legendary jazz musician and educator Barry Harris for over a decade.
FB Artist Page: Peter Kadar Live
You Tube: Peter Kadar Music
Photography in collaboration with Sarah Stewart Photography
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