Do higher tier orchestras scrutinize your resume that meticulously as consideration for acceptance? I.e., will the New York Phil reject you if you're a physicist who just happens to be a violin master?
Also, same scenario, if you were a physicist who minored in music but still wanted a seat in the New York Phil----are minors frowned upon? Do orchestras generally take minors?
I know lower tier orchestras might...but just in general, what kinds of musical jobs are available to music minors?
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