When applying for your chosen university course or your dream job it’s a huge benefit if you can show them that you gained experience from other achievements that just your general studies. If you’re considering a music degree or thinking about your dream job in the industry then you should probably start preparing for it as soon as possible.
It’s never too early to be thinking about what you can do to stand out from other applications when it comes to a university place or a job. If you’re currently in education take your summer as an opportunity to attend a music camp or to complete an extra music program. There are so many different things you can do to fill up your applications, take some time to look over your best options and in the mean time we are going to go over a few reasons why these extra curriculums are so important for your future.
Firstly getting head will make your future self very applicative, if you chose to attend a summer camp or to complete anotSeptember 04, 2018
Knowing whether to pursue music further into education or to go down the route of self employment is difficult. The question being is getting a music degree really worth it? The best thing to do is to way out the pros and cons to find out if a degree may or may not be for you. To help get you started here are a few pro's to consider.
The great thing about a music degree is that it can broaden your knowledge of music, self teaching can be great but you might find you get stuck in a constant rotation of the same techniques and sound. A music degree can teach you so much about music theory as well as practical skills on instruments you may have never considered. Expanding your skills can result in better quality work as well as bettering you performance. Having a deeper understand of music could be the thing that makes you stick out from the crowd of musicians trying to do the same thing.
More opportunities will be available for you as a degree holder. If you have a musJune 12, 2018