Some Resources To Make Your Way Through College as a Low Income Music Student (US based)

Presently, there are MANY barriers that prevent people of socioeconomic and racial status from pursuing higher education, especially in music. Take a look at what type of programs and audition repertoire are asked for at music programs across the country. We expect everyone to be on some standardized playing field… we expect everyone to haveContinue reading “Some Resources To Make Your Way Through College as a Low Income Music Student (US based)”

Teaching and Engaging Flute Students During Remote Lessons

7 months into this ever evolving pandemic teachers continue to search for stability and familiarity in their classrooms. Both veteran and new teachers alike are on a new – unfamiliar – playing field where there are far more questions than answers. Outside of the public school teaching scene, being an instrumental studio teacher is justContinue reading “Teaching and Engaging Flute Students During Remote Lessons”

Being a music major during COVID-19 – What should I be doing?

What should I being doing? Should I take a semester of leave? My student teaching placement just fell through – what are schools going to do? How can we even have ensembles or chamber groups? These are the thoughts that my colleagues and I have been discussing for months – mainly as a coping mechanismContinue reading “Being a music major during COVID-19 – What should I be doing?”