What's a good college to study music?

I've been playing clarinet for a few years, and at this point I have decided I definitely want to pursue music as a career. I'm a bit young and don't know much about college and such, but I was wondering whats a good college to study music classically(not that interested in modern music).

Asked By: Mai - 8/23/2010
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Yehuda Gilad at University of South California ( happens to be one of the best (if not, *the* best) clarinet teachers in the U.S. for undergrad students; however, I've heard that if you want to major in clarinet performance, you are required to for a double... More
Answered By: 3xo - 8/24/2010
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Study Business Education instead. There are more job opportunities than Music. And, besides, this way, you will be able to combine both of your interests in Business and in Education. Buffalo State College and the University of Wisconsin-Stout, among others, offer such programs in Business Education. Check them out.
Answered By: nopm - 8/23/2010
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