I was the first in my family to graduate from college. I had no idea about the importance of assembling my music life team nor about social networking. I had everything under control as an undergrad, or so I thought, until it hit me that I didn’t know how to network in the classroom. I excelled in in a lot of ways and my experiences are the foundation for who I am as a professional today.
Finding a musical theatre program that fits who you are and what you want to do.
Even if you end up deciding not to pursue a career in music, the transferable music skills you’ll gain as a music major will provide you with the background necessary to enter many other fields as well as graduate programs:
How did two high school students from Colorado just set themselves up to have their music heard by 700,000 listeners in a single day? These two 17-year-old juniors were both chosen to perform with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra (CSO) on National Public Radio’s “From the Top” weekly classical music program.
A recent article in Boston Magazine revealed a powerful, ongoing, and long-overdue conversation about what classical musicians face when they audition for a renowned orchestra.
What does it take to keep your voice healthy for auditions, performances, and everything else you do? In recognition of World Voice Day, Dr. Wendy LeBorgne, voice pathologist and singing voice specialist, shares her top five tips to help you be at your best vocally.