5 Tunes You Need to Know if You Want to Major in Jazz

You play an instrument in High School, but you're not sure how well you stack up against others who are potentially college bound. There are many people who might find themselves in an identical position. At this point, you need to ask yourself the following questions...

Coming to America: An Interview with Tanisha Lokwani

In this post, Inside Music School’s David Fish interviews Tanisha Lokwani who is in her second semester at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. She originally hails Bombay, India, but lived in Dubai, United Arab Emirates for most of her life. She came to Berklee planning to pursue a double major in Music Production and Engineering and Film Scoring with a minor in musical theater production.

The Cost of College in 2023: Part 1

For many students, the investment in a college education is one of the largest they’ll ever make. Financial institutions, the government, and schools themselves continue to offer ways in which more students can afford higher education. And, while our music college contacts have weighed in on the subject, paying for a college education today knows no one major or educational category.

Planning to Study a Musical Instrument in College? Here’s how to Discover a Great Teacher.

How does one evaluate their teacher? This is a tough one to answer primarily because it is virtually impossible to know during a short trial lesson everything you’d like to know about someone and how they will react to you as a student. No matter how famous they are as a performer or a pedagogue and how many successful students they’ve had, how they might work with you or what you can expect from them is an important thing to try and figure out if possible.