Career Questions tagged Music Performance
If I want to be a singer-songwriter for my career, what do I need to know about how to do well as far as financial life, and in what situations would college education be beneficial instead of a waste of money?
How can I start a career as a musician? I want to perform live and have a fanbase, how do I do that and make money from it? I've been interested in music and singing for most of my life and have always loved performing and I think that's what I want to do.
I'm a rising senior and have played viola since 6th grade. I want to go into music education, likely becoming an orchestra teacher in the future, but am unsure of how auditions work for music education programs.
When do college musicians get paid during their 4 years?
How do you get your foot in the door when auditioning for professional orchestras? Who can I contact to get information on auditions and music material? How can I start composing my own music? What are good websites or applications when trying to make a musical score?
I play clarinet for my school band and am currently learning Alto Saxophone. I have minimal experience in Oboe but I am planning or picking it up again as well.
Music has been a big hobby through my life and I would like to improve my ability to play more classical pieces, rock n' roll, and others like it. i have been playing for a while and I would like to play more intense, complex music. This is a goal to improve my own talents and abilities.
I have more than one career goal. Some of my career goals are also combined, like music/art therapy. How do I choose which goal and how do I reach that goal?
I play trumpet and bass guitar. I want to play bassoon but my school does not have one. I am interested in becoming an aerospace engineer or a music educator. But is a college path in music worth it?
this question is important to know because i don't want to be stuck with taking classes i'm not gonna need the career i'm going to want in the future.
i want to see why other want to pick the same career as i do everyone has different stories to be spoken about to others. does every one do this job for the same reason or different?
i want to know these questions because i wanna be prepared for anything challenging that will probably come my way in the job i want to have, so please let me know about how a working environment is like.
does it really matter what classes you take for a music career or is more focus on your talent then your education?
I have been watching videos about different DAWs and people keep saying that Fl Studio is a program that is more for beginners instead of producers and I want to know if that's true.
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