Covid-19 has led music therapy practitioners and educators, like so many others, to reimagine various aspects of their profession. Their innovative pandemic-related solutions for training as well as working with clients will continue to be useful as the pandemic fades.
Whether you’re a singer or are involved in a sport, hobby, or job that requires excessive use of your voice, vocal strain or fatigue are potential concerns.
Will safety concerns necessitate virtual summer music programs again for 2021? If so, students and teachers will be far better prepared after more than a year of online teaching.
Your letters of recommendation are key to building a great music school application. Who are the right people to reach out to?
Choosing a liberal arts school for studying music is a great way to meet the needs of students with academic and musical needs.
The impact of Covid-19 on teaching music continues to shed light on critical skills college music education majors need for their future careers.
While practicing mindfulness, we bring attention to bodily sensations and sounds. Here are five ways that mindfulness can benefit your music career.
Music school majors and career professionals are discovering a variety of ways to handle the impacts of COVID on recording and production work.
As a music student, how can you make virtual college fairs work for you?
Has the pandemic led you to think about deferring your start to college? If so, here are some general considerations.
Networking skills for musicians are essential. This is something we hear about for achieving success in our field. But networking is frequently misunderstood.
With their conservatories, colleges and universities closed and classes moved online, music majors have found the COVID virus disruption posing interesting challenges.
Vocal fry is the low pitch below what has traditionally been thought of as “normal”. It results from insufficient air flowing through the vocal folds.
How can you make music school decisions when you can’t visit? While campuses are closed and in-person instruction and activities are canceled?
What does the Corona virus mean for newly accepted music students and anyone who had planned to visit colleges over the next several weeks?
Your music school peers will have a far greater impact on your personal and professional life than you may realize.
A symphony orchestra career can be an exciting experience, but it’s not easy to gain. It requires a huge amount of dedication and work - with no guaranteed outcome.
The transferable skills music majors gain extend past the creative realm. In fields unrelated with music, a music degree can be extraordinarily valuable.
Receiving trial lessons is an important part of the process of applying to music school for prospective music majors.
An increasing number of accredited colleges and universities in the U.S. are no longer requiring college applicants to submit SAT or ACT scores.