We ascend into the Labyrinth with award winning composer, masterful musician, entrepreneur and business strategist, Christopher Caliendo. Christopher has published over 400 theatrical works, composing scores for TV Shows like Dallas, 20th Century Fox and Sony Pictures. His work has been performed by the LA Philharmonic symphony at the Hollywood Bowl, he has been featured
James Cooley, published author, motivational speaker, CEO of the Cooley Foundation and podcaster for the It’s Your Life Show interviewed my life as a composer, commercial banker and how I was able to draw from the arts and finance to create the first online Academy for musicians seeking to use their musical skills into the
What are the top three skills desired by corporate recruiters, and why are they found in musicians? When should musicians consider a day job in the business world? Christopher was incredibly successful in the music & entertainment industry before he pivoted to the world of banking. We could feature an entire episode on his music
The James Cooley Show – It’s your life interviews Christopher about the following. You started playing guitar at an early age as well as composing music … tell us about it. As a young adult, you knew early on exactly what you wanted to do – what were the thoughts that motivated you to become
Bob Bender of “THE BUSINESS SIDE OF MUSIC” chatted with Christopher during his podcast.
Recently, I did a podcast with Dr. Pelè who is a bestselling author, musician, and host of the PROFITABLE HAPPINESS™ Podcast, where he features the stories of highly successful executives, experts, and entrepreneurs who exemplify the use of happiness to build profitable workplace cultures. Transferrable skills are those strengths and competencies acquired through experience in