It’s October, which means midterms are almost here. You may have a concert, and you probably have a test or two. So, how do you survive midterms?
It’s not easy. Especially if you have multiple ensembles, tons of classes, and a job. But there are some things you can do to better survive midterms. Continue reading “How to Survive Midterms for Musicians”
One of my biggest regrets from undergrad is not working and building my career while in school. Now that I’m in my masters, I won’t be making that mistake again. So that means figuring out how to balance work and music school.
I’ll admit that it isn’t easy. If you have a full school schedule and a work schedule on top of that, you may need superpowers to get everything done. Continue reading “How to Balance Work and Music School”
Do you want to work in music school? Should you even get a job in music school?
There are many pros and cons to working in music school. So it’s up to you to consider your options and whether you need or want to work. Continue reading “Should You Work in Music School?”
Alright, alright. Today, I am going to be sharing a day in the life of a professional musician. While I am not a professional musician yet, it is a goal that I am working towards. I want to share what I am doing to reach those goals.
Every day is different, and this is just one example of how I spend my days. For this post, I’m going to share a bit of my Mondays. Mondays don’t have to suck! Continue reading “Day in the Life of a Musician”
Music school keeps you busy, but sometimes you have to work. Financially, you might not be able to afford to not work. The best jobs for music school students are flexible and understanding of your busy schedule.
I have had multiple different jobs while in music school, and I can say I’m happy to work while a music student. I’m not one of those people who can live music from morning until night. I need a break, and a part time job is a great outlet for me. Continue reading “Jobs for Music School Students”