Performance Mastery Project has published the book « College Prep for Musicians: A Comprehensive Guide for Students, Parents, Teachers and Counselors. »It’s authored by Dr. Don Greene, the first performance psychologist to teach at any music school or conservatory in the United States and has been on faculty at The Juilliard School, New World Symphony, and Perlman Music Program; Dr. Annie Bosler, who taught at the Colburn School for Performing Arts for nearly a decade; as well as Dr. Kathleen Tesar, who currently serves as the Associate Dean for Enrollment Management at The Juilliard School.

« College Prep for Musicians » is a step-by-step guide and outlines precisely how to apply and prepare for auditions at top music schools. The book introduces strategies and tools for high school students to use during the audition process, gives insight into the admissions process, and provides a very organized and proven system for parents and students to approach this crucial phase. Young musicians will be able to follow detailed plans to get organized and to communicate with music schools and conservatories.

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