Imagine being able to book new gigs or private students regularly. You don’t have to pay a ton for advertising, and you can get the marketing help you want. Enter: brand journalism.
Brand journalism is an excellent tool for anyone who wants to grow their career or business. It doesn’t matter if you’re new to working or have years of experience; you can make journalism work in your marketing strategy. Continue reading “What Is Brand Journalism?”
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic threw everyone for a loop, forcing everyone to work online. For musicians, moving lessons and concerts online was tough, but it seems like there’s no clear end to the public health crisis.
If you want to build your music career before the pandemic ends, you need to work online. You may be able to do some stuff in person, but no one knows when that will be entirely safe. Continue reading “How Musicians Can Pivot to Work Online”
Music is a tough industry, and music performance jobs are impossible to come by. That’s why a lot of performance students have been turning to music teacher jobs.
While you shouldn’t teach music if you don’t want to, it can be helpful. That way, you can diversify your music career and do what you love. Continue reading “Music Teacher Jobs for Music Performance Majors”
Music is a competitive industry, and it can be impossible to make a living from performing alone. Many performers also need to teach music, and some musicians want to teach. If you want to be a musician, you should consider learning to teach music lessons.
Teaching music allows you to pursue the industry more, and you don’t have to worry about getting a ton of small performing gigs. Being able to teach music lessons can help you create a successful music career. There’s no reason not to at least consider it. Continue reading “How to Teach Music Lessons (for New Teachers)”
Many musicians play multiple instruments, so it makes sense to teach a second instrument. If you’re one of those multi-instrumentalists, you can use your skills on two or more of them as both a performer and teacher.
There are many reasons why you should consider teaching a second instrument. However, it might sound scary to teach a second instrument that you don’t know as well. So, should you teach more than your primary instrument? Continue reading “Should You Teach a Second Instrument?”