Are you a high school senior (or parent of one) who has the good fortune of being accepted by more than one music school?
With throat tightness a common problem, and in honor of World Voice Day, April 16th, we asked speech pathologist and singing rehabilitation specialist Joanna Cazden for her thoughts.
Several Denver students were among a dozen or so teen musicians performing on NPR radio show “From the Top” before a live audience taping.
If you need help convincing your parents (or anyone else in your life) that majoring in music is a worthy goal, here are several suggestions to help you out:
Insights from a couple who've been teaching music abroad for several years. Are you seeking a similar sense of adventure? A yearning to experience different cultures, to meet new people, and to see a different side of nature?
Music internships are great for gaining experience that may be parlayed into a job when you graduate. They are especially useful if you are majoring in any area of music that also involves business - including arts management, music industry, and music technology.
If you’ve been accepted at more than one music school, several factors may be involved in deciding on the right choice for you.