Job Boards | Careers in Music
You will find below a collection of websites and resources recommended by the School of Music Faculty as excellent places to explore in your search for a career.
Music in Business
“This is a great site to check out if you are still uncertain which career path you are seeking or when you have a specific field chosen and are ready to jump into the job market.” – Dr. David Scott, Professor of Trumpet
“This site has an interactive Music Career Finder tool that by answering a few questions offers some focused career options you may not have considered.” – Dr. David Scott, Professor of Trumpet
Find jobs, internships, and other guiding resources for all performing artists.
“This is another site that has a wealth of information about the music world. I especially like the articles in the careers section. Some roads to success are quite unexpected and fascinating.” – Dr. David Scott, Professor of Trumpet
Industry job listings, interviews, analysis, and podcasts.
“These resources can really help you promote yourself or your group. Check out the ‘Freebies’ section for some great getting it started recommendations.” – Dr. David Scott, Professor of Trumpet
Composers and Orchestrators
“This is the largest and most comprehensive free listing of composer opportunities available, including competition, calls for scores, collaboration opportunities, and summer programs/festivals.” – Dr. Anthony Suter, Professor of Composition
Video Game / Interactive Media Industry
Jobs/Networking Site for Film and TV Production
“A membership is required, but the Music Vacancy List is a great place to find job openings all over the country.” – Dr. David Scott, Professor of Trumpet
National Association of
Teachers of Singing – “To advance excellence in singing through teaching, performance, scholarship, and research.” Student memberships are available.
The nation’s #1 education job board.
“This is the first place I send any of our Performance Majors to find auditions, competitions, and other music-related job postings. And it’s worldwide!” – Dr. David Scott, Professor of Trumpet