Music careers in the 21st century are flexible and diverse, often incorporating more than just one thing. Many of us are freelancers, curating opportunities and crafting a creative career based on our varied skill sets and interests.
We're performers and teachers, writers and creators, collaborators and makers.
I decided to mix things up a bit and offer this post as a mini online workshop.
Today, I'm going to talk about designing and developing your music career, with a focus on music education and ways to incorporate that into the work you do. Because whether or not you pursued or are pursuing a degree in music education, teaching (in one form or another) will invariably be part of your future career, if it isn’t already.
Wherever you are in your career, we're all aspiring to be better musicians, artists, and teachers. We're never done learning, right?
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