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The Queens University of Charlotte Music and Music Therapy faculty have a wealth of knowledge about all things music that we want to share with you! Join us for some live presentations where you can interact with our faculty and students. Come get to know us! Check out these opportunities that will hopefully support you in your decision to be a music or music therapy major and what careers lie ahead in all areas of music.

A Day in the Life: Being a Music Therapist
Hosted by Queens Faculty, Meg Johnson
9/24/2020 from 6:00-7:00 pm

Meg Johnson and current students will talk about all things music therapy: what is music therapy, who makes a good music therapist, what populations do music therapists work with and serve, what does a music therapy session look like?  This session would be good for students who are exploring career options (especially students with an interest in music and helping professions).  They can expect to leave the event with a better understanding of what a music therapist does and the path to becoming a music therapist.

Preparing for a Collegiate Music Audition
Hosted by Queens Faculty, Justin Smith
10/21/2020 from 6:00-7:00 pm

Auditions are a necessary part of musical life. But they don't have to be that scary! Learn about the "unwritten rules" of auditions that no-one tells you - how to present yourself in the strongest possible light and have the most successful audition you can. Students preparing to audition for music programs, choral and instrumental ensembles and theater productions will find this session helpful to maximize the impact of their audition. We’ll walk through a mock audition and give pointers, feedback and helpful hints to allow students to make the most of their time onstage before an audition committee. Intended for both prospective music majors and non-majors interested in participating in collegiate musical activities.


Grab that Scholarship! How can music help pay for college?
Hosted by Queens faculty Peter deVries
11/10/2020 from 6:00-7:00 pm


During this session we will dive into the typical requirements for winning a music scholarship for college study including typical audition requirements for non-performance and performance majors. If you are enjoying music studies in high school you should know that many colleges like Queens University of Charlotte have scholarships reserved for young musicians like you. Why not grab one?
 

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