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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000714.txt from 1998/04

From: "L. BORCHERT" <lborcher@-----.Edu>
Subj: % Music Grads only in Performance
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 1998 16:58:52 -0400

Gary,
I recall seeing the results of a survey conducted by the Eastman
School of Music of their graduates in music performance. One of the
questions dealt with how many of those made their living ONLY performing.
The percentage was extremely low, less than 5%, with the rest involved in
some other area, especially teaching. Of that approximately 5%, most were
singers or pianists. The listing I saw was quite awhile ago, close to 10
years, but I believe the pattern would not have changed in the past few
years.

Respectfully,

Laroy

Dr. Laroy Borchert
New Mexico State University

On Tue, 7 Apr 1998 Gary_VanCott@-----.com wrote:

>
> What percentage of music graduates (education, performance, etc.) actually
> end up working full-time in ANY music field? It can't be very large. (I am
> sure this applies to many other majors as well. I have spent perhaps 6 of
> the last 28 years doing something that had some slight relationship to my
> college major. )
>
> Gary Van Cott
> Las Vegas, NV
>
>
>
>

   
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