At some point, your career stops being defined by who you'll become, and starts being defined by who you are right now.
Isaiah and Chris talk about this transition, as they've experienced it so far. How is it that we grow into self-sharing artists, no longer afraid of the adjudicator's evaluation? Does this evolution of career happen the same for most singers? Does it serve us well? Does this tipping point actually exist?
Special background guest Connor chimes in on the jackhammer.
YouTube - The Seventh Seal - Confession Scene
Folksong Collecting - International Percy Grainger Society
GoodReads - Ira Glass Quotes
'Oranges and Lemons' - English Children's Songs
Screen Shot of 'Brilliant Bach Rehearsal' in Chris' iTunes
Book - 'The Inner Game of Music', Barry Green
Book - 'The Inner Voice', Renée Fleming
Web Comic - 'All These People Seem To Have it Together'