At Indaba Music, we’re known for having amazing interns. Nearly 50% of our staff began as interns that we just couldn’t let go. Each semester we look forward to meeting exciting and passionate students who connect with our staff and want to help bring our international community of musicians professional opportunities.
This summer, I’d like you to meet Alex, Allie, Kevin 1, Kevin 2, Charles, Ieva and Milton. They’re an incredible bunch and though we had wanted to share stories from each, one intern in particular wrote a heartfelt piece about his experience at of our offices.
We hope you enjoy the letter below and if you’re ever looking to join the fun, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We think you’ll like it here.
Ambition is built on passion, ambition is driven by motivation, motivation isheightened by self-fulfillment, and self-fulfillment feeds itself back into passion.This is a cycle in which we are all caught in seeking the way forward into the realworld; this is how we find ourselves. Continue reading →
Nobody really knows how he ended up at the Indaba HQ, but all of the sudden he was here – The Panda. Our new staff member is yet another evidence of how multi-cultural Indaba is. After a bit of confusion he proved to be loving, charming and he owns high-quality relaxation skills. He even received his Indaba Staff Member Mug. Please welcome – The Panda – to our community!
Austin recently hosted Rock n Roll Hall of Famer Bootsy Collins and his all-star 13-piece band. And what a night it was!
The evening started with Mrs. Patti Collins and the Bootsy Girls greeting the crowd spreading the importance of empowering women of all ages. Encouraging and supporting one another in ways they can relate, you can show your support for women all over the world by becoming a Bootsy Girl yourself. Chow Meow!
Now, Indaba Music is hosting the first EVER Annual Bootsy Girl Party at Indaba HQ this Sunday at 7pm! If you’re an Indaba lady and want to join the fun, be sure to tweet to us at @indabamusic
For anyone who has ever wondered “What’s Indaba Music?” or “What’s it like to work there?” check out the Indaba Music Story above!
Featured on Betabeat this morning, Indaba Music is bringing you behind the scenes of our offices. This video explores the culture and growth of Indaba Music’s organization, progressing from five co-founders working (and living) in a loft on The Bowery, to a company of 23 employees based in one of New York’s hottest tech buildings.
The best part of it all is that the music in the video comes from the Indaba Music Licensing Catalog!
She first traveled to Paris to perform in the Les Femmes s’en Mêlent festival as a 22 year old songwriter which led her to a successful series of album releases with Paris-based label, Fargo. She has been praised by European press and appeared on many French radio programs, touring the French countryside with artists such as Feist and Andrew Bird.