More than profession, music is a passion. Some people are born with this talent while some other become musician through hard work, practice and performance. Music is essentially an expression of inner thoughts and emotions through sound. In order to become a good musician along with heart one should put his soul also into the music. Those who adopt this profession should have complete commitment and dedication towards music. Only such person will be able to carve out his name, fame and money who has complete devotion for music.
One can do Bachelor’s in music. Bollywood, music production houses, advertising companies, Serials etc have opened a new era of opportunity for musicians. They can easily find job in these places.
After completing one’s course in music a student can get job in music industry, film and motion production houses, TV channels and advertisement companies. In music colleges and Universities one can work as music teacher. One can also open his own music learning centre.
In the starting one can get salary in the range of 10,000 to 20,000. In few years it will go up. A talented musician can earn a handsome amount of money through freelancing work like stage performance, music played in wedding, music troupe, giving music in ceremonies or getting work from music companies.
A musician can work on various profiles depending upon his skill, interest and ability. Some of the popular profiles which are taken up by musicians to work are – Composer, arranger, producer, programmer, music sequencer, sound designer, music director, music editor, music supervisor, music publisher, music teacher, recording engineer, music therapist, studio manager and instrumentalist. Music is a diverse field and anyone opting to become a musician has numbers of choices to make. It opens up a completely new world of career and job satisfaction in people.
Candidates who want to learn music should do apply for admission in some of the top ranked music colleges of India. Some of the top ranked music colleges are –
A candidate can do Bachelor’s in
One can also do diploma in music.
The music course can be done in Vocal or in Instruments. Depending upon one’s interest a candidate can opt for any of the two. It is important that a music learner practices a lot. Without ample practice one cannot perfect his skills in music. And in order to get proper platform in music one should have a good skill.
There are various branches of music. Many Universities and Colleges offer programme and courses in these music areas, which are as follows –
A candidate can opt for music course after doing the 10+2. He can join any music college of institution for learning music on bachelor’s level.
Q. What is the eligibility for doing music course?
A candidate should have done 10+2 to become eligible for doing the Bachelor’s course in music.
Q. What courses are available in music at college and University level?
On Bachelor’s level three courses are available – B.A (Music), B.F.A (Music), B.P.A (Music). A candidate can opt for any one of the course.
Q. What is the scope after doing music course?
Now-a-days there is lot of scope in music. A candidate can get employed in music companies, advertisement agencies, music teacher, film and TV production houses etc.
Q. Can one get job after doing music course?
Yes, one can get job after doing music course.
Q. What is the starting salary of candidate in music?
Depending upon one’s skill a fresher is usually offered Rs.20, 000 to Rs.25, 000.
Q. If diploma courses are also available in music?
Yes diploma courses are also available in music.
Q.What are the areas of specialization in music?
There are various areas of specialization in music. One can learn music in any one of the following area – classical music, country music, Jazz, Rock music, Pop music, Electronic music, Latin music, Reggage music, Rap music and Rhythm music.