Expert music career coach and author of Beyond Talent: Creating a Successful Career in Music, Angela Myles Beeching offers targeted career advice for life after graduation.
As a new fall semester begins, application of these six principles outside of the classroom will help you reach above and beyond your degree requirements as you become an entrepreneurial learner.
Networking doesn’t need to fill you with dread. By being prepared beforehand with concise, interesting things to share about yourself—and learning the art of intent listening—you can make connections without shaking in your boots.
Summer programs often mean earning money for travel and tuition. Don't let financial woes or fundraising fears stop you from this or other opportunities by following a few simple money-raising dos and don'ts.
The business side of singing is becoming more and more important in an ever-changing market. What are universities doing to prepare singers? Career counselor Angela Myles Beeching tells CS how a number of universities are addressing this need and discusses how alumni and schools alike can better help the next generation.
So you’ve decided to pursue a degree in vocal performance. What school is best for you? How important is fi nding the right teacher when considering possible schools? How will you pay for your education? How can you find out about scholarships and fi nancial aid? Should you go on to pursue a master’s degree or doctorate? Angela Myles Beeching, career counselor at the New England Conservatory, provides a host of answers to these and many other questions facing the college-bound singer.
After years of helping musicians find success through typical and atypical career paths, career counselor Angela Myles Beeching joins CS with four terrific tips for assessing where you are now, where you want to be, and how to get there. Don’t miss the chance to sit down with her at the ProSeries of this year’s Classical Singer Convention.
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