What can you do with your major? Check out the information here and discover the opportunities waiting you!
|Elementary and secondary schools
Colleges and universities
|Military bands, orchestras and choirs
Opera chorus or soloist
|Composition||Colleges and universities
Public and private commissions
|Jazz||Colleges and universities
Military bands and choirs
Professional jazz ensembles
Cruise ship musician
Theme park musician
Public and private events
A service of New England Conservatory's Entrepreneurial Musicianship Department, Bridge: Worldwide Music Connection provides online access to 3,000 opportunities in music and arts administration. Our subscribers are taking their careers to the next level by connecting with the auditions, teaching positions, administrative positions, competitions, grants, scholarships, and festivals they find posted here fresh each day.
~ courtesy of New England Conservatory's Entrepreneurial Musicianship Department
See Elise Rose, Ferguson Center for the Arts, A130, for login information.
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Have you ever wondered about the legal issues common to the music industry? There's a class for that!
BUSN 302 - Business Law for Musicians
The objective of this course is to introduce musicians to legal issues common to the industry. Through a combination of cases, examination of industry documents and hypothetical problems, students will learn about intellectual property law, particularly copyright, employment law, contract law, agency law, licensing and cyberlaw as it relates to the music industry.
More information about this class can be found in the Business section of the Undergraduate Catalog.