In light of recent events, many musicians performances, gigs, and employment opportunities have been cancelled or moved to online platforms. With this in mind, we wanted to provide some additional resources to support musicians during this time.
Summer festivals, workshops, camps, and internships are a great way to build experiences and connections! Check out the following locations for various opportunities:
GETTING Your Career STARTED
You can get a jump start on your career plans while still in school! In fact, it’s important that you do. Here are some things to consider:
For those in Music Education, here is an important chart that can help you navigate various state’s certification requirements, length, and levels.
Rochester Career Assistance
The city of Rochester also has a career service, offering career fairs and other events.
LOCAL & TEMPORARY HOUSING
Whether it’s apartments for during or after school, or temporary housing for internships and festivals, here are some sites that can help you find place to live.
BUILDING A NETWORK
Join other Eastman School of Music students and alumni on our professional platform where you can connect, network, and discuss field-related topics.
As a performer, conductor, or composer, you are most likely going to need a brief bio of some sort.
The Office of Careers and Professional Development maintains a significant library of reference books covering topics from performance anxiety to foundation grants here in the Institute for Music Leadership office. Browse our available books!