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Applying To Music Grad Schools


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Hey guys. I'm a junior in college right now and I'm thinking about grad school.


I am double majoring in Instrumental Composition (BS) and Music Production (AD). My cumulative GPA is currently a 3.92 and I've been taking the maximum amount of credits per semester that my school offers (17 + transfers from other online schools like Berklee) and I take roughly 11 classes per semester. With this in mind, I don't really have anything special to show on my resume and the only work I've done is DJ'ing. Also the only connections I have are with my teachers.


I make electronic music for listening and because of this I have had a very hard time finding anybody interested in working with me. So I basically have no relations or connections to boast and I don't think I can get a recommendation from anybody other than my teachers. Will this be a problem/what do you think my chances of getting into a good music program like Yale are for me? I'm not really sure what to do since nobody at my school is planning on going to grad school but me and any advice would really be appreciated.


Thank you for your time.

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