A recent article in the New York Times highlighted the fact that you are likely to find musicians at the top of almost any industry, citing filmmaker Woody Allen, broadcaster Paula Zahn, NBC chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd, Condoleezza Rice, former chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan, and co-founder of Microsoft Paul Alan as successful individuals who share a rigorous engagement in the study of music. Whether you pursue a career within the music industry, or transfer your skills to a non-music profession, UST Music can help you reach your goals.
If you're considering a music major, you may have already identified your dream music career. Performer? Educator? Entrepreneur? Or maybe you're not sure what you can do with a music degree. The Future of Music Coalition, an education, research and advocacy organization for musicians, identified forty two common and lesser known revenue streams for musicans. The Career Development Center at Berklee College of Music offers insight into positions in the performance, writing, business, audio technology, education, music therapy, and emerging career sectors in its Music Careers In Dollars and Cents, 2012 edition.
Have you ever wondered how much money you'll make in a music career? The Music Careers In Dollars and Cents provides a comprehensive guide of salary ranges for the full spectrum of music careers.
What Can You Do with a Music Degree? 70+ Careers & Salaries Revealed, compiled by Music School Central, offers additional insight.
The Future of Music Coalition published financial case studies profiling the artist revenues of jazz bandleader-composer, indie rock composer-performer, jazz sideman-bandleader, professional orchestra player, and contemporary chamber ensemble.
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