Genjitsu sekai no seikatsu: Ongaku sotsugyō-sha o koyō kanō ni suru hōhō

Translated title of the contribution: Life in the real world: How to make music graduates employable

Dawn Bennett (Editor), Keiichi Kubota (Editor)

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Abstract

Is it natural to become a professional musician once you enter the music college?
How can young music college graduates get to work?
What is the path for musicians to be accepted and survive in society?
What is success?
What is a musician in the first place?
“――The aim of this book is to allow young people who want to continue their activities as performers in the future to freely think about what kind of musician they are trying to become. (From the text)

How will music students and music college graduates become independent as musicians or in other professions? The world's music careers face the challenges faced by young musicians and music education professionals around the world. Education experts answer.
Now that the theory of abolition of liberal arts is being called out and the future of music colleges is being considered, music college students and music colleges will be accepted by society and will seek a way to survive from a global perspective.
Translated title of the contributionLife in the real world: How to make music graduates employable
Original languageMultiple
Place of PublicationTokyo
PublisherShunjusha Publishing Company
ISBN (Print)978-4-393-93796-9
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Externally publishedYes

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