The impact of Covid-19 on teaching music continues to shed light on critical skills college music education majors need for their future careers.
Networking skills for musicians are essential. This is something we hear about for achieving success in our field. But networking is frequently misunderstood.
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.
Careers for music business majors are changing and expanding rapidly. If you’re interested in a music-related career that may or may not include performance, read on!
Are you interested in using the power of music to support comfort or healing?
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?
Careers in music production vary according to your creativity, education and training, hands-on experience, spirit of entrepreneurship, and connections.
Consider music conferences an essential component of your training and career. They offer students as well as seasoned musicians a wealth of professional opportunities.
Do you love vocal jazz? Ever considered what it would take to turn your passion into a career?
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.”
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.
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.
Many graduates of music conservatories find that instrumental or voice training alone is not sufficient career preparation for 21st-century musicians.
A high percentage of recent music school graduates - as well as professional musicians - maintain portfolio careers in music (as well as in other non-music fields).