In this episode, I speak with Julie McInnes, former singer/musician with Circus OZ and Cirque du Soleil. We discuss making music, creativity, and more!
Interview with Julie McInnes (Singer/Musician)
In this episode, I speak with singer, musician and artist, Julie McInnes. Born in Australia, Julie has always been a musical artist. From Circus OZ to Cirque du Soleil, and now, as an independent artist, Julie has a lot of info and wisdom to share about the art and craft of bringing music to life.
Join Julie’s World for additional content! Go to https://www.patreon.com/juliesworld
- The experience of playing a cello (0:01:02)
- Cello demo (0:03:00)
- Julie’s early experiences with music in Australia (0:04:22)
- The support of family to pursue the arts (0:08:50)
- Being inspired by Canadian music (0:10:42)
- Julie’s transition from Circus OZ to Cirque du Soleil (0:15:20)
- Voice demo (0:21:17)
- How Julie uses her voice as an instrument. (0:22:55)
- The pressure of being like everyone else (0:26:57)
- Julie has always worked in collectives (0:31:53)
- Creativity blossoms under pressure (0:33:42)
- The joy of collaborations (0:35:04)
- Julie’s relationship with her wife who is also an artist (0:36:39)
- Working with various groups over time (0:40:45)
- Julie’s interests today, including visual art (0:44:53)
- Being a multidisciplinary artist (0:48:29)
- Living with imposter syndrome (0:52:50)
- Does Julie’s cello have a name? (1:00:07)
Julie McInnes on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/julamac
Visit Planet B612 on the web: https://planetb612.fm/
Follow Planet B612 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetB612fm
Support Planet B612 on Patreon: https://patreon.com/juliesworld
Episode 31 Culture and the Arts Ira Seidenstein, PhD Ira Seidenstein is an author, and director who works and lives in Australia. In this episode, we talk about the state of the arts today, as well as Ira's experiences with acting, creating, and directing. About This...
Episode 30 Architecture Jennifer Demitor Jennifer Demitor is an artist, and an architect, based out of Kingston, Ontario. In this interview, we talk about Jennifer's work as an artist, but we also learn all about architecture, and the role that architects play...