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?
Curious about a military band career? Here are 7 reasons to investigate this option.
Today's fast-paced and highly competitive professional music scene demands that aspiring opera singers become skilled at what I call “operapreneurship.”
We’ve been hearing from a number of prospective music students who all ask the same basic question: Which is the best music school for me?
Master classes offer an array of benefits to performers and audience members alike. In a master class, a highly proficient artist/teacher works with one student and/or a small ensemble.
Teaching music in inner-city schools can have positive and long-lasting benefits for students from low-income communities.
World music classes can inform your music and musical interests, as well as provide insight into different cultures and ways of making music.
What can you do with a jazz degree, how to get the most out of your college program, and what to do when you graduate to start building your jazz career.
Are you thinking about taking a gap year as a music major? Unlike other majors, music majors have skill sets that need to be kept current.
Popular music has been gaining recognition as an essential element of music education training.
Jazz majors: you're more likely to find work if you pay attention to these career tips. Even if you’re not a jazz major, however, you’re likely to find a lot of this information relevant and useful.
Efficient and effective vocal warm ups for improving your sound, whether you sing in a choral group or lead or conduct a choir or chorus.
Starting out at a community college may be a good choice for some music students.
What happens now if you were not accepted to music school? You do have options.
Majoring in music and sleep; can you really fit these into the same sentence? The campus culture, especially if you’re a music major, may give lip service
Dual degrees, double majors, and music minors…What do these really mean? And what do they entail? For many high school music students, majoring in music, by itself, feels limiting.