International Alliance for Women in Music

Beyond the Notes – Webinar Series 


Marketing and Branding for Musicians

Sat Dec 9, 2023 3:30pm EST, 8:30pm GMT

Join our unique online workshop, “Marketing and Branding for Musicians,” a must for any musician navigating the complex modern music landscape where the lines between traditional musicianship and innovative entrepreneurship blur.

In this workshop, we’ll delve into the essential skills that today’s musicians need but often struggle with: marketing, branding, and managing multiple roles in an ever-evolving industry. Taliesin, known for her groundbreaking work with ensembles like Phoenix Down RPG and Burnt Reeds, and Salazar, celebrated for his unique blend of classical and contemporary styles, will share their experiences and insights on building a successful, multifaceted career in music.

Whether you’re an aspiring artist or a seasoned musician, this workshop offers valuable lessons in adapting to the dynamic demands of the music world while staying true to your artistic vision. Register now to transform your musical journey!

FREE ADMISSION for IAWM members and non-members
Registration is required. Join us now with this link!


Teil Taliesin

Classically trained oboist Teil Buck colors outside the lines, blending performance genres of video game music, tabletop gaming theater, and electronic music with looping and effects. She is an active orchestral musician, performing with the Charlotte Symphony, Principal of the International Lyric Academy, and Principal of the Rock Hill Symphony. Recently she was named an Emerging Creative by the Arts and Science Council for her innovative programming. She is the co-Founder and Executive Director of Phoenix Down RPG and Burnt Reeds, ensembles dedicated to breaking molds of performance experience. She also serves as Marketing and Social Media Board Chair for the International Alliance of Women in Music.

Eric Salazar

Eric Salazar is an explorer, who empowers others through supportive collaboration. He shares his discoveries with audiences so they can experience new depths of humanity, while also generating change to classical music’s traditions based on new information.
Salazar’s music isn’t necessarily in the classical style; it is cinematic, incorporating electronic sounds and familiar sounding instruments. Salazar’s connective approach to performing wins the hearts of audiences as he guides them through explorations of raw emotion. Eric Salazar is a Pereira 3D Artist. He plays on a Pereira 3D printed clarinet and ligature.

Produced by IAWM – The International Alliance of Women in Music