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Employers of Music majors in PR

Music Directors and Conductors

Music directors, also called conductors, lead orchestras and other musical groups during performances and recording sessions. Composers write and arrange original music in a variety of musical styles. Most music directors work for religious organizations and schools, or are self-employed. Music directors may spend a lot of time traveling to different performances. Composers can work in offices, recording studios, or their own homes. Educational and training requirements for music directors and composers vary, although most positions require related work experience. A music director or conductor for a symphony orchestra typically needs a master’s degree; a choir director may need a bachelor’s degree. There are no formal educational requirements for those interested in writing popular music. The median annual wage for music directors and composers was $50,590 in May 2017. Employment of music directors and composers is projected to grow 6 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations. The number of people attending musical performances, such as symphonies and concerts, and theatrical performances, such as ballets and musical theater, is expected to remain steady. Despite expected growth, tough competition for jobs is anticipated because of the large number of people interested in entering this field.

Musicians and Singers

Musicians and singers play instruments or sing for live audiences and in recording studios. Musicians and singers often perform in settings such as concert halls, arenas, and clubs. There are no postsecondary education requirements for musicians or singers interested in performing popular music. However, many performers of classical music and opera have at least a bachelor’s degree. Musicians and singers need extensive training and regular practice to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to interpret music at a professional level. The median hourly wage for musicians and singers was $26.96 in May 2017. Employment of musicians and singers is projected to grow 6 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Growth will be due to increases in demand for musical performances. However, there will be tough competition for jobs because of the large number of people who are interested in becoming musicians and singers.

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Company City State
Corporacion De Las Artes Musicales
Corporation of Musical Arts
San Juan
PR
Elite Educational Group, Corp.
New Earth Music Academy
Bayamon
PR
San Juan
PR
San Juan
PR
Cayey
PR
San Juan
PR
Salinas
PR
San Juan
PR
Caguas
PR
San Juan
PR
Guaynabo
PR
Orocovis
PR
Corporacion De Las Artes Musicales
Corporation of Musical Arts
San Juan
PR
San Juan
PR
Humacao
PR
Bayamon
PR
Caguas
PR
Carolina
PR
Ponce
PR
Humacao
PR
Guaynabo
PR
Toa Alta
PR
San Juan
PR
Carolina
PR
Manati
PR
Caguas
PR
Barranquitas
PR
San Juan
PR
San Juan
PR
San Juan
PR
Kl No Limit Enterprise Inc.
No Limit Enterprise
Guaynabo
PR
Guayama
PR
Guaynabo
PR
Cross Colors Language Institute LLC
Cross Colors Productions
Bayamon
PR
Humacao
PR
Toa Alta
PR
Guaynabo
PR
San Juan
PR
San Juan
PR
San Juan
PR
Trujillo Alto
PR
Reisaac G Colonmartinez
Reisaac Colon
Bayamon
PR
San Juan
PR
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