Business webinar series: We have partnered with our friends from the alumni program at Leeds School of Business to make available to you a webinar series that focuses on many different business, entrepreneurship and jobseeking-related topics. Many of these great webinars offer insight that can be applied across a vast variety of industries, including our multi-faceted music career world!
College prep for high school musicians: Alumnus Michael Kilcoyne has started a lesson series to help high school aged students prepare for college music auditions and for the college music school application process. The program, great for any level of student hoping to continue their musical studies, will take your high school student through the process of selecting appropriate audition repertoire, preparing a successful audition and navigating the application process with tips and pointers for a successful application package. Contact Michael for more information at email@example.com.
Theoryworks: Alumna Amy Stewart has created an exciting new education software program in partnership with Soundfly called Theoryworks. The online theory course is aimed at helping musical theater actors learn theory using repertoire applicable to their careers. This fun and engaging course will have you ready to understand the theory and historical context of your pieces for any audition. For more information, visit the Theoryworks website or Facebook page.
Alumnus Ryan Sargent, social media manager for MakeMusic, offers consultations for fellow alums on how to more effectively use social media to promote your business, build a brand as an artist, promote your artist mission and brand, and so much more! Contact him at 720-515-7421 or tweet him @ryan_n_sargent for more information.
Alumnus Farland Bottoms owns the Bottoms School of Vocal Acoustics, which offers vocal training workshops to local small programs and choirs. He is also a specialist in teaching developing female voices. Send him an email for more information.
Are you working on any programs that provide resources to your fellow alumni? Email Meagan Mahlberg to have them included here!