Receiving trial lessons is an important part of the process of applying to music school for prospective music majors.
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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!
College music education programs provide the skills you’ll need to be a music educator in a public school classroom.
There are other options for keeping music alive in college and beyond in addition to majoring in music.
Essays, personal statements and résumés for music students can be daunting. So how do you make sure your essay/personal statement stands out from the crowd?
No matter what area of music you focus on, high school is vastly different from college for music students. The collegiate life comes with a whole new set of responsibilities...
Nawang Khecog, Grammy nominee and Tibetan composer and musician, defines music in his simple yet profound poem aptly named "Music."
College audition preparation programs assist prospective music majors in getting ready for game day.
Two singer myths associated with what it takes to become a professional singer: perfect pitch and the complicated relationship between music theory and creativity.
Double majoring is becoming more and more common for college music students who want to expand their educational experience.
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?
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?
Wondering how to choose a summer music program? Confused about finding the best fit?
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.
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.
Sight-reading is an important and necessary skill for music majors. Quite often, they will be asked to learn pieces of music in a very short amount of time.
Having a successful audition is about more than just luck. Here are a few tips to make your audition more successful.
If you’re thinking about majoring in music or know that’s the path you’ll pursue, then summer music camps or programs are highly recommended.