All About Me, Tana..
Music is an Escape, Escape who you are, your tears and fears
Where Am I Going?
My Career as a Musician.
To be a Musician I have to: play one or more instruments, Be able to perform on stage, on-air broadcasting, or for sound or video recording.
The Median Salary is $34,455 per year on average.
The Job Outlook: is 10%.
The Cluster: Arts, AVT, & Communications cluster.
Work schedule: Rehearsals and recording sessions are commonly held during business hours, but live performances are most often at night and on weekends.
Work Enviroment: Musicians and singers held about 176,200 jobs in 2010. They often perform in places such as concert halls, arenas, and clubs. They often work in religious organizations and performing arts companies. 43 percent of musicians and singers were self-employed in 2010. They spent alot of times traveling.
Something Interesting: Something interesting about being a Musician is the fact they get to travel around all over the world doing concerts and parties. But they have fun on the job and off.
How Do I Get There??
How I get to be a musician is I have to have a bachelors degree because it is generally required. To be accepted into one of these programs, applicants are typically required to submit recordings or audition in person and sometimes must do both.
College: Belmont University in Nashville, TN. I would like to go to this college because it is said that they have really good music programs and because Tennessee is the place where music is just naturally there. Tennessee is like the very beginning of music life. Tennessee is not very far from home. I would be able to still drive in about hours worth of drive, but it would be not too far from home.
Degree: I would need a Bachelors Degree for my career.
Cost Per Hour: Would be 95$
Scholarships: A choir scholarship and a band scholarship.