For the past 4 years, you’ve been studying at the music school of your dreams. You’ve survived class piano, ear training, juries, a recital or two, and even a few breakdowns in the practice room. Now, you’re on the cusp of graduating and are about to enter into the next phase of your music career.
It’s an exciting time, but it can also be scary if you didn’t adequately prepare for life after your undergraduate (or graduate!) degree.
In this case, I’m not talking about what you learned in the classroom or from your professors in the studio. I’m talking about how you showcase what you learned and what you can do to get work in the field you love. Whether you want to teach, perform, take commissions, get into arts administration/management, or some combination of any of those, there are several steps you can take to ensure the work you want comes your way.
Step 1: Define Yourself Professionally
Step 2: Determine the Tools You Need to Tell Your Story
Step 3: Establish “Best Practices”Tweet
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