1. Artist & Repertoire Coordinator
Artist & Repertoire Coordinator
Artist & repertoire coordinators work for music studios, labels, or companies.
2. Music Publicist
A luthier is an artisan who makes or repairs stringed instruments such as cellos, violins, guitars, mandolins, dulcimers and banjos.
4. Music Historian
A music historian is someone who studies the history of music.
5. Piano Tuner
A piano tuner is someone who makes minute adjustments to the tension of the strings of a piano, in order to properly align the intervals between their tones.
6. Music Business Manager
Music Business Manager
A music business manager is someone who represents recording artists and musicians with the advertising, marketing, business and financial end of things.
7. Music Arranger
8. Jingle Writer
A jingle writer is someone who works with advertising agencies to help them sell a product or reinforce a brand name in the minds of consumers.
9. Music Critic
10. Music Supervisor
A music supervisor is someone who bridges the gap between the music industry and any other form of visual media.
11. Music Publisher
12. Choir Director
A choir director is someone who conducts and leads a choir.
13. Piano Accompanist
14. Music Copyist
A music copyist is someone who prepares written music for a musician.