Careers for Music Lovers

Whether you're a music artist or more of a music appreciator, the best way to land work is to think beyond music and consider the many jobs that are required to support and promote this industry.

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1. Composer

Composer

Composer

Your Match?

Do you have a good ear for music?

2. Music Studio Owner

Music Studio Owner

Music Studio Owner

Your Match?
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A music studio owner is someone who owns an establishment where recording artists come to record their music.

3. DJ

DJ

DJ

Your Match?

DJ is the short form for disc jockey.

4. Music Teacher

Music Teacher

Music Teacher

Your Match?

A music teacher is someone who teaches people how to play an instrument (for example the piano, guitar or violin) or gives singing and voice lessons.

5. Musician

Musician

Musician

Your Match?

A musician is someone who is talented and skilled in playing one or several musical instruments.

6. Recording Engineer

Recording Engineer

Recording Engineer

Your Match?

A recording engineer is someone who sets up and operates recording equipment and is responsible for creating, modifying and producing music.

7. Music Therapist

Music Therapist

Music Therapist

Your Match?

A music therapist is part of an employment subgroup of creative arts therapists who use the arts to treat mental illness, provide support for individuals with disabilities, and to promote wellness and personal growth and creativity.

8. Conductor

Conductor

Conductor

Your Match?

When we think of a conductor, we probably conjure up the classic image of a leader standing in front of an ensemble of musical artists using a thin wooden baton to direct a performance.

9. Lyricist

Lyricist

Lyricist

Your Match?

A lyricist is someone who is involved in writing creative words that are used in songs.