Are you considering majoring, double majoring, or minoring in music, or do you simply want to find other ways for music to play an important part in your life?
Choosing a liberal arts school for studying music is a great way to meet the needs of students with academic and musical needs.
Has the pandemic led you to think about deferring your start to college? If so, here are some general considerations.
With their conservatories, colleges and universities closed and classes moved online, music majors have found the COVID virus disruption posing interesting challenges.
How can you make music school decisions when you can’t visit? While campuses are closed and in-person instruction and activities are canceled?
Your music school peers will have a far greater impact on your personal and professional life than you may realize.
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...
You were the lead or member of the cast in your school musical. Now you’re thinking you might like to major in musical theatre to keep that level of excitement alive all four years of college and beyond.
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.
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.
What happens now if you were not accepted to music school? You do have options.
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.
How to choose a music therapy education. Research music therapy colleges.
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Majoring in composition can open many doors to jobs, connections, and endless possibilities for creativity. Here's what you need to know.
What type of music school is right for you? Conservatories, music colleges, music schools, music departments. How do you find the best fit?
When I look back on my experience majoring in music at a liberal arts college, I feel grateful for what I learned, what I experienced, and who I met.
If you're considering majoring in guitar, understand that many young guitarists enter college with inadequate preparation, and struggle as a result.
Choosing among several possible music degrees, considering a conservatory vs. music school vs. music department, as well as whether you'd like to graduate with a BM, BA or BS in music depends on what you want to study, which school might fit your goals best, and what you see yourself pursing after you graduate.
Want to save yourself time, money and aggravation before visiting music schools? Here are 10 great tips to investigate before ever heading out the door.