THE MUSIK LINK
is a New Zealand based resource
for people around the world
to share, learn, and connect through music.
We exist to share engaging content for people to exchange ideas in discussion for further reflection and understanding, to learn through genuine and thoughtful interactions, to cultivate open, supportive, enriching, and fulfilling experiences in music and life, and to connect with communities in Aotearoa and worldwide.
We envision a world where our commitment to connecting through music fosters profound life lessons that inspire people to pursue their dreams.
The Let’s Link Project welcomes great guests for an interview and live discussion to share their stories, lessons learned, and life realizations through music.
Infinite Sounds Music is an outreach initiative to share, learn, and connect through music education in Aotearoa and worldwide.
The Aotearoa Network introduces experts from diverse fields to dive deep into mental, emotional, and physical health conversations tailored for musicians.
This resource is funded entirely through contributions made by our supporters. Please consider becoming a sustaining member, community partner, fellowship sponsor, and/or private donor.
Julie Ann Link, Founder
Malkiat Singh, Project Manager
Jacqui Hopkins, New Zealand Bassoon Fellow
Monica Dunn, New Zealand Bassoon Fellow
James Bevin, New Zealand Bassoon Fellow
Kassandra Ormsby, International Bassoon Fellow
Dr. Cody Hunter, International Bassoon Fellow
Dr. Lindsey Wiehl, International Bassoon Fellow
The Musik Link guests reside in
New Zealand, the United States, Switzerland, Australia, Mexico, Canada,
China, and the United Kingdom.
Many work with leading ensembles including
The Cleveland Orchestra, Memphis Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfonica de la Universidad Autonoma de nuevo Leon, San Diego Symphony, Midland-Odessa Symphony Orchestra and Chorale, Houston Grand Opera, Houston Ballet Orchestra, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Tucson Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, Toledo Symphony Orchestra, Musikkollegium Winterthur, United States Army Bands, Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra, Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra, Asheville Symphony Orchestra, Dunedin Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Auckland Philharmonia, Christchurch Symphony Orchestra, Orgeon Symphony, Montreal Symphony, CityMusic Cleveland, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, Macao Orchestra, Radio Symphony Orchestra, Camerata Academica, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, San Francisco Opera, San Francisco Ballet, and Tonnhalle-Orchester.
Many are professors, faculty members, and teachers with
The University of Texas at Austin, Sam Houston State University, Oberlin, University of the Pacific, Lawrence University, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Ithaca College, Tennessee Tech University, Snow College, El Sistema, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, University of Auckland, Arizona State University, Chattanooga State Community College, Washington State University, University of Kansas, University of Oklahoma, College of Wooster, USC Thornton, New Brusnwick Youth Orchestra, Zürich University of the Arts, and University of Memphis.
Many are leaders in entrepreneurship including the
Director of Education and Programming of the Wild Prairie Winds, WindSync, Breaking Winds Bassoon Quartet, Paradise Winds Reed Quintet, Council of Canadian Bassoonists, Asian Double Reed Association, and TrevCo Music Publishing.
Past guests with the Let’s Link Project include:
Dr. Albie Micklich
Dr. Ashley Haney
Aura Marina Trevino
Dr. Christin Schillinger
Dr. Eric Stomberg
Dr. Jacqueline Wilson
Dr. Jeff Womack
Dr. Jessica Wiley
Dr. Joey Kluesener
Kristin Wolfe Jensen
Dr. Leigh Muñoz
Dr. Martin Van Klompenberg
Dr. Maya Stone
Dr. Michael J. Burns
Nadina Mackie Jackson
Dr. Shawn Seguin
Dr. Shih-Han Chiu
Dr. Shuo Li
Dr. Staci Spring
Past fellows with Infinite Sounds include:
Past guests with the Aotearoa Network include: