|posted: 12/6/2017 at 8:59:53 AM ET|
The likelihood of you staying with Music as a major is entirely dependent upon you (sounds a little obvious, I know). If what you're doing in your school now, working with sections, is something you would want to do for a job, for the rest of your life, then I don't think that will change once you get to college. If you're having some doubt, or if you're paranoid you might end up having doubt, I'd still say apply to music schools. Going to a music department at a University is probably a good idea for you, because you would have the ability to switch to a different major if you wanted you can see list on UK Dissertation Writing Service . If you go to a conservatory and want out, you're screwed.
In my experience, I don't think many people at all transfer out of music schools. I've seen many complete their degrees then go into another field, or minor in something else, but the fact is musicians enjoy their classes much more and are around much more interesting people the, say Econ or PolySci majors. Of course, auditions and performances are stressful, but they can also be fun