Students & Faculty Speak Out, Career Prospects and Concerns

Students & Faculty Speak Out, Career Prospects and Concerns

Thursday, October 22, 2020 — 9:00 am to 9:59 am PDT

Students & Faculty Speak Out: Career Prospects and Concerns

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College music students moderated this roundtable discussion with current and recently graduated students about opportunities, challenges and ways to develop a road map for having a career in music. Part II of this highly engaging discussion put college music professors in the hot seat where students asked the burning questions they've always wanted to, but were afraid to ask in class.

Speakers: Justine Hawelu, Student, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Adalizbeth Ponder, Student, Berklee College of Music; Tristan Swihart, Student, Eastman School of Music; Angela Young, Student, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Dr. Mark Phillips, Department Head and Professor, Prairie View A&M University; Alex Alberti, Director of Instrumental Music, Longleaf School of the Arts; Dr. Barry Atticks, Associate Professor, Music Business Technology, Millersville University; Rachel Roberts, Associate Professor of Music Leadership and Graduate Degree Program Director, Eastman School of Music; Dr. Fabiana Claure, Founder and Director, Music Business and Entrepreneurship Program, University of North Texas; and Sarah Forestieri, Manager of Community Programs and Partnerships, Canadian Opera Company.