It’s not the only thing that’s going on.
New Zealand-based music training company MusicClass.co.nz has just launched a class called Music and Music Business that will teach students how to make a living from music training, as well as the practical skills required to get the most out of their training.
The company says that students can earn between $250 to $700 over the course of a year, depending on their knowledge, experience and skill level.
It has also introduced a “learning bonus” that will give students an extra $250 when they get their first job after completing the course.
A total of 645,000 students have already signed up for the course, which costs $99.99 per month for the first three months and $69.99 for the next three months.
“A lot of people are starting to learn how to do a lot of different things and are struggling to keep up,” MusicClass co-founder, Daniel Geddes, said.
They’ve had the benefit of having this course for so long, he said.
“It’s helped them develop the skills and confidence to actually start earning.”
The course is a collaboration between MusicClass, the University of Auckland and the University Music Institute.
MusicClass founder Daniel Giddes said his company was interested in offering music training as a business.
In his own career, he’s worked as a consultant for the New Zealand government and as an independent musician.
“I want to bring a lot more awareness to the value of a good business education, but also to encourage people to pursue careers in music,” he said.
“Music classes can be a great way to build confidence in your musical skills.
It’s a great outlet to share your musical ideas and also to build up a solid musical foundation.”
MusicClass CEO Daniel Guddes said the course was a great investment for the music industry.
“”If you’re not going to be able to learn a lot from music, then what are you going to do?
“Music classes are a great example of how you can use music to improve your skills and improve your career.
Music can be used to get you to a point where you can play your favourite instrument.
Music classes can also help you to develop your creativity and your understanding of the music business.”
You can use the music you learn to make music for yourself and for your friends.
“We are constantly looking for ways to expand our business and to support our clients.”
Music classes also offer a range of career opportunities for students, he added.
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