The Tell School of Music - CAREER READY

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October 30, 2018: Career Day

The Tell School of Music welcomes you to attend our annual Career Day, where prospective students can engage in a plethora of activities and experiences to become better familiar with our various programs and to further develop and expand interests in possible career opportunities upon graduation. Covered throughout the day are hands-on workshops in music education and music business technology, along with piano and percussion classes. There will be the opportunity to meet industry professionals, entertainment attorneys, touring artists, music engineers, promoters and more! To bring participants the most out of their discovery of the music program here at Millersville, Career Day opens the doors to begin their personal music portfolio and prepare for the music college application and audition. This will also include the opportunity for those interested to experience our dual degree program!

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Performance

At Millersville University, we push each other to be the best we can be. Chaz Richardson talks about Music Performance.

Degree in Performance

Education

Always wanted to be a music educator? Learn how students work together to become the best music teachers possible.

Degree in Music Education

Music Industry

In-demand careers in the music industry! Students take courses in computer applications for music production, audio...

Degree in Music Industry

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NASM Accreditation

The Tell School of Music is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM)

#FeaturedStudent of the Week!

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Ruby Rublesky, junior piano performance major, is currently studying under Dr. Xun Pan. Ruby is a frequent performer and can often be seen accompanying her fellow classmates in their performances. This semester, Ruby is working with the music research fellows on her own independent research project. While in the program, she is studying the art of composition, with the goal to understand how the skill is taught, learned and executed. By the end of the program, she hopes to find a way to implement musical composition into the beginner music student’s lesson plans. 

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