With auditions right around the corner, you might be thinking about which music school you will end up at. While you might not get your admission results for another month or two, you should still think about how to choose a music school.
There’s no single best music school. We all have different goals and personalities. The music school you choose should support your goals and fit with the rest of your life. Continue reading “How to Choose a Music School”
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”
A masters degree can do a lot of good for your music career. Before you start graduate school, it’s important to know how to pay for a masters of music.
I took time off from school so that I would have a good reason to spend those two years in school. Now, I’m in my masters, and I know I made the right choice. Continue reading “How to Pay for a Masters of Music”
If you follow me on Instagram, you probably saw my post about starting my masters degree. I still can’t believe I’m going back to school, but I’m also very excited. That being said, I want to share some things I’ve learned so far about graduate music school.
First, I want to talk about making the decision to earn a masters in music. While you probably have your own reasons either way, I want to share my reasons to help anyone who’s on the fence about doing a masters. Continue reading “Going Back to Music School”
The internet is amazing. You have access to a world of information, all at the tap of a button. You also have the ability to reach reach people all over the world, all at the tap of a button. That is why you, yes, YOU need a website…and a blog.
I have been blogging for about five years now, and it has helped me grow not just as a writer but also as a musician and teacher. A blog allows you to share updates with students and followers. Continue reading “Should You Have a Website?”