You may know to look closely at faculty members when choosing a school, but should ensemble directors or private instructors impact your decision more?
Performing at a high level can be both physically and emotionally draining. But trying to do so without a good nights rest can make it even harder.
As a prospective music student, you will inevitably face the question, “Do you have tests in music?” Learn more about college juries.
Majoring in music education can feel like a balancing act. Learn how to plan your classes so you can succeed and also graduate on time.
Majoring in music education can feel like a balancing act. Learn about the possible requirements and tests for both music and education.
Ensembles matter, and having experience being in an ensemble could offer you an opportunity for a scholarship or stipend.
Does the idea of being a free spirit and working as an artist on your own time and by your own rules sound appealing? Great! Follow that aspiration, but don’t think you’ll…
Whether your student is a performing arts major or is only going to participate in ensembles at college, there could be unexpected college costs…
If you are a first-generation college student, there are some important first-step considerations to make and prep work to do.