Whether you plan to major in music or simply play music at the college level, every serious teen musician needs a music resume. But, what is it? A music resume is a formal account of your experience on your instrument. Through it, professors, admission directors, scholarship committees, conductors, and other professionals learn about your training […]Read More What is a Music Resume?
Several years ago, a student I was teaching had a big primary goal: attend college on a field hockey scholarship. She did all of the right things – captain of a winning team, high-end field hockey camps, All-Star player in her state, and played for lots of college coaches at recruitment events. Everyone knew that […]Read More Music Beat Athletics
Wow, Dad, let’s chat. . . By the way, MY Dad is the best guy in the world. My current “beef” (do we still use that term?) is with some of the musical teens’ dads I have met recently. They are AMAZING and well-intentioned, but are making mistakes that could have a negative impact on […]Read More Dads and Music Resumes
OR, ARE THEY. . . ? How exciting! Colleges you are interested in have announced that SATs will be optional this year (and, maybe next year, too). College-bound teens are off the hook!! Or, are they? It’s tempting to breathe a sigh of relief, sit back, and not bother taking standardized tests. After all, COVID19 […]Read More SATs are Optional!
Music students have skills that no other students have. I am here to help you figure out how to choose the best college program for you – either as a music major or as someone who wants to include music in their college experience. And, I’ll show you how to demonstrate your skills and experience […]Read More College Counseling for Music Students