Congratulations to 60th Annual GRAMMY nominees who are alums or teach at so many of the schools showcased on MajoringInMusic.com.
Music journalism is an ever-evolving industry for those passionate about music and writing. How do you know if it's for you? And how do you get there?
Stage presence is an essential aspect of an enjoyable and memorable audience experience. stage presence is a skill you can practice and refine.
Careers in music production vary according to your creativity, education and training, hands-on experience, spirit of entrepreneurship, and connections.
Financial aid is a complicated, confusing, and often anxiety-producing topic for many students and families. Here’s a succinct guide to help you get started.
Think your days of writing and attending to spelling and punctuation rules are over? Think again, proofreading for music majors is very important!
What is the curriculum and experience of a typical college voice major? What’s the best way to prepare for this adventure toward professional singing?
Internationally-renowned British a cappella group The King’s Singers join us in celebrating vocal music for World Voice Day
Are you a music student needing college scholarships to pay for music school? You’re not alone if you find searching for scholarships to be stressful and challenging.
Music students and musicians have discovered arts management to be a career field where they can integrate their passion for music.
A successful music audition has everything to do with whether more competitive music schools will offer you an acceptances.
Yoga is an ideal exercise for musicians. It’s a physical activity accessible to all fitness levels and embraced by professional musicians of all ages and instruments.
Wondering how to choose a summer music program? Confused about finding the best fit?
Consider music conferences an essential component of your training and career. They offer students as well as seasoned musicians a wealth of professional opportunities.
Playing music in a youth orchestra offers a host of opportunities, from performing to meeting peers who are equally as passionate about music, to preparing for auditions.
Do you love vocal jazz? Ever considered what it would take to turn your passion into a career?
How can you get your money’s worth out of starting music school at a community college?
Rising musicians or bands: do you dream of bringing your music to the attention of a major record label?