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MUSIC SCHOOL ADMISSIONS CONSULTING

Consulting On a Different Scale

We are the premier music school admissions consultancy, led by renowned music educator and head of admissions at Berklee College of Music for 40 years, Steve Lipman. With decades of professional musical experience at the most competitive level, Steve and his team provide expert guidance for families and students each step of the way.

Our music school advising services will set comprehensive goals, build skill assessment profiles, begin a target list of music schools, and help you navigate every part of the stressful high-stakes college, university, or conservatory admissions process. No other admissions consultant can match the experience, knowledge, and track record of Inside Music Schools.

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WHY INSIDE MUSIC SCHOOLS?

The competition for acceptance to the top music schools in the US is fierce. And, the application process is way more complex and multi-layered than you might imagine.

In addition to that, not all conservatories are alike. The same applies to music departments housed within a liberal arts college or as part of a major university.

Juilliard differs greatly from Curtis and even more so to Berklee; NYU is significantly different from/than USC despite the fact that they are both urban university campuses.

Music Production programs are unique and very different from one another placing emphasis on different aspects of the industry. We know that stuff intimately and can save time, money, and frustration sorting through all that. They almost always need help with assessing their skills and abilities, learning what type of majors are offered, and identifying those colleges that will be the best-fit music school or university department for them. Those are the crucial aspects that Inside Music Schools helps with and concentrates on.

Our Successful students and their kind words

Mark M – Student – Yorktown Heights, NY (NYU)

You have done more for me than you can realize, and I can’t thank you enough. I can’t really put it all into words, let alone one email, so I’ll put it like this: Our relationship definitely will not end so abruptly. We’ve got a long way to go.

Kevin M — student — Chappaqua, NY

Hey Steve. I’m writing to tell you the good news. I got accepted into my first-choice college this week! I want to thank you again for your support and all the help you have given me. It really helped a lot.

Henry G — student — Rockville, MD

Steve helped me find colleges that weren’t just strong in music; he helped me find colleges that offered exactly the kind of musical experience I was looking for. Over the course of my college search, Steve put…

Rich E — student — Providence, RI

One of the greatest advantages of working with Steve was the quality of resources that Steve introduced me to…

Andres U – student – Canada (Holland College)

I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for all the support you’ve given to me and my family. If it wasn’t for you I wouldn’t be where I am now at Holland College in Canada. I am very proud of being the musician that I am today.

Kodey B — student — Brisbane, Australia

Steve helped my dreams of studying contemporary music in the United States become a reality with his extensive knowledge of the higher education system, the application process and what school would…

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You've felt it. That spark of inner light. The unexpected swirl of emotions coming from a solo violin, from your favorite band, from that moment in the movie where you KNOW the music makes the magic. It doesn’t matter how, the point is that you got it. Your owl came and you know it is YOUR turn to be the next witch or wizard. Now what?!

What you’re suffering from is a mild case of a condition commonly known as Music School Confusion. This mental block and trigger of anxiety disorders is suffered by two types of patients: future musicians and their parents. The condition consisting of a loop of questions that seem to all be intertwined and impossible to answer, three of which are more common than others....

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