Music Specialization: “Jack of All Trades” or “Master Of One?”

Students and parents ask me whether fanning out or focusing is better — and I’m here to say, well, it’s not that simple. What you should and want to concentrate on really depends on where you see yourself in five, ten or thirty years down the road. There’s a place for all these kinds of musicians as long as you remember one thing — you must be great at something to carve a space for yourself in what is a notoriously competitive career landscape.

Music Major to Music Major: Best Advice for College Freshmen

A group of students stand in front of a calendar while working together.
As you prepare to leave high school behind and study at music school, numerous possibilities await you. At first, it may seem daunting when you think about how to juggle multiple responsibilities, like classes and student clubs while pursuing the best opportunities. Sometimes hearing nuggets of wisdom from peers who have been in your shoes can help you to manage your time and expectations while you prepare for this next exciting chapter. 

Career Paths for Music College Graduates in 2024

Whether you are interested in performance, teaching, composition, or music production, there is a career path that can help you realize your musical goals and aspirations. In this blog, we will discuss some of the most popular career paths for music college graduates and what they entail.

Parents, You’ve Got it M.A.D.E.

In this blog we'll delve deep into the essence of the M.A.D.E. program, exploring its core components, the impact it has on aspiring musicians, and how it sets a standard for music education in the 21st century.