This February, Angela will be in Atlanta to speak with high school students about their current or future careers in music.
Angela Beeching is a career consultant and author of the popular career guide Beyond Talent, Creating a Successful Career in Music. She received her doctorate in Cello Performance from Stony Brook University, studied in Paris, and taught cello at the college level for a few years before realizing her true calling. Today Angela runs career and entrepreneurship centers at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, and New England Conservatory, helping hundreds of musicians create their own paths to success. As a speaker, she has led workshops at the Eastman School of Music, and the Juilliard, Peabody, Colburn, and Oberlin Conservatories and presented at conferences for the National Association of Schools of Music, the National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy, and the Association of Performing Arts Presenters.
“People often ask me what it takes to succeed. Beyond talent, it takes the courage to dream, the power to plan, and the will to get things done. It’s about more than your job or your career, it’s about the kind of life you want to live, and the person you want to become.”
High School Workshop
- How can I turn my passion for music into a career?
- What can I do as a high school student—besides practice–to prepare myself for success in a musical career?
- What career opportunities are available in the music industry?
- What can I expect when I enter college and head for a musical career?
- What does a music major or minor do for you?
What You & Your Child Need to Know When Considering College Music Programs!
Confused about all the options? Unsure about the road ahead?
Join author and music career consultant Angela Myles Beeching for this high-impact workshop. Get the inside scoop on all your child’s options for music study at the college level. Get your questions answered, your concerns addressed. Come hear the “straight talk” on what various types of college music degree programs actually offer. Find out how to be a savvy consumer!
- Differences among university, college, & conservatory programs
- Balancing academics with music, other interests
- How to find the right school & teacher for your child
- Tips on auditions: are you ready?
- Application know-how: essays, financial aid, SATs, GPAs
A leader in the field of music career development, Angela Myles Beeching is author of the acclaimed Beyond Talent: Creating a Successful Career in Music. Ms. Beeching has advised hundreds of musicians, successfully coaching them on ways to turn their entrepreneurial ideas into successful projects and career paths. She’s formerly directed career and entrepreneurship programs at Manhattan School of Music, Indiana University, and New England Conservatory. Ms. Beeching maintains a thriving consulting practice working with clients in the US and abroad. Her focus: helping musicians get more of their best work out into the world.
Want to talk career opportunities? • What does life as a musician look like after college? • Want tips on how to prepare for the “real world” while in school?
Sign up for one of the individual or small group advising sessions available after the talk!
College Students & Professionals Workshop
In this interactive workshop, we’ll trace the narrative arc of the hero’s journey—the essential plot points that illustrate transformation. Discover how the hero’s journey connects with your career and your future.
In this lively workshop you’ll:
- Clarify your goals
- Identify your strengths
- Name your challenges (internal and external)
- Take charge of your future.