The blog's tagline reads, "The piano in ensemble. The piano in real life."
Piano study can be pretty solitary, unless your schedule (or your family's schedule) allows you to do some collaborative work. Having done accompanying and duets, I have to say that collaborative work makes music more enjoyable.
And now, here's The Collaborative Piano Blog, by a fellow RCM alumni and fellow teacher that covers this topic. There are other useful articles too, including one on memorization.
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Growing up, the only music careers I knew about were: teacher, pop singer, composer and orchestra musicians. However, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. There are countless more career options available for those who love music. Here are just a few (in no particular order):
- Music publisher
- Talent agent
- Recording engineer
- Music therapist
- Concert promoter
- Radio disc jockey
- Community arts manager
- Marketing Director for a symphony
- Fund Development Coordinator for an opera company
- Composer (classical, movie, video game, commercials, etc.)
For more information about careers in music, check out the following sites:
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