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How to Convert Your Talent into a Successful Career in Music

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How to Convert Your Talent Into a Successful Career in Music

1. Make Up your Mind – Decide whether you are only interested in music as a hobby or do you want to make it your career and pursue it professionally? This decision will automatically make your efforts more focused and improve your chances of getting success.  Knowing what you want is the first step towards achieving what you want.

2. Start Looking for Work Opportunities – Simply being talented is not enough. It is essential to put this talent to work. For this, you must look for opportunities to enter into the work scene. You can perform at events, become a part of radio stations (RJ’s) or even join a music band.

Until you enter the work circuit, you will not be able to move out of the practicing mode. Experience counts and each work experience will add to your confidence.

3. Network: You can try to network with other like minded individuals who are also looking for a break in the music industry. You may want to come together by utilising your individual talents and form your own band.

Besides this, you should identify people you already know who can assist you in pursuing your dream.

4. Don’t Underestimate the Importance of Gaining Knowledge and Training: Formal education in music is essential if you want to further your skills and create a strong foundation for yourself. Even the most acomplished musicians have their Gurus and mentors who train and support them – Hindustani Music Gharanas.

Network with other professionals and musicians who are a part of your music institute. Look for opportunities to perform at events and music gigs.
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