Hi, Justin here, thanks for visiting my website!
So here is the story: I spent 18 years playing bass in the Boston Pops. You can read all about it in my first book, Real Men Don't Rehearse. It's mostly amusing tales of what it's really like to play in a major orchestra, and includes my favorite "gig disaster stories."
It was quite the privilege to be able to work with some of the greatest conductors in history, including Arthur Fielder and John Williams. As I played these concerts, I found myself wondering, what it is that makes some conductors so much more effective than others? This led to the writing of my second book, Principles of Applied Stupidity.
And so, my presentations feature lots of amusing tales, and some insight into the techniques of the top leaders in the music biz. If you are looking for something truly unusual at your next meeting or leadership seminar, please feel free to call me at 781-330-8143, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I look forward to hearing from you!
"An abundance of charisma . . . " – The Boston Globe
“Justin Locke . . . borders on genius I think.” – Mary Richardson, WCVB-TV, Boston