Think your days of writing and attending to spelling and punctuation rules are over? Think again, proofreading for music majors is very important!
Music Major Blog
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.
Wondering how to choose a summer music program? Confused about finding the best fit?
How can you get your money’s worth out of starting music school at a community college?
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?
18-year-old music entrepreneur founded “Musicians’ Dream Aid,” to help young musicians needing financial support for their music education.
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
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).
Planning to visit music schools this month or this fall? Here are some tips to save you time, money, and preventing the possibility of arriving home to realize you didn’t get what you wanted.
Information about looking for and receiving music scholarships for prospective music majors.
Are you currently a college music major (undergrad or grad)? Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes when faculty and administrators of music schools get together?
Prospective music majors frequently ask how important test scores, GPAs and academics in general are for getting into music school.
Are you getting mail about music scholarships? Be sure to read the fine print! If you’re a high school junior or senior, you may soon be overwhelmed with online messages and snail mail about dazzling opportunities for scholarships of all sizes, large and small.
What can you do to keep your music strong this summer?
Does studying music abroad sound inviting? It should. There’s so much to gain by leaving the comforts and confines of what’s known and predictable.
If you have strong academic skills, want to major in music, and don't want to lose your academic mojo, look for schools with honors programs that welcome music majors.
As graduation excitement and celebrations approach, we hope music graduates will remember to acknowledge and honor the mentors in their lives.
If you’ve been accepted at more than one music school, several factors may be involved in deciding on the right choice for you.
Anyone considering majoring in music — as well as those already in music school — will find valuable takeaways from the new movie “Whiplash.”