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    • Singing myway throughlifeThis career is aboutdetermination, hardwork, and making animpact on the world.
    •  Singers interpret music and text, using their knowledge of voice production, melody, and harmony. They sing character parts orThe career. perform in their own individual style. Singers are often classified according to their voice range—  The average salary soprano, contralto, tenor, for this career is baritone, or bass—or by the type of music they between 50-60,000 sing, such as a year. opera, rock, popular, folk , rap, or country and western.
    • Geographical location Thebest place to study music is in the UK. Places like Oxford or Cambridge. Also San Francisco and New York!
    • Private college for music! STANFORD!!!! For this school you have to audition. More than 50 Stanford faculty, staff, and alumni have won noble prized for technology Tuition ranges from 50-60,000
    • Public college Berklee! Located in Boston, Massac husetts Also requires audition, and live performance Tuition ranges between 40-50 thousand
    • State College! University of Florida! This college requires your background information and you need to play at least one instrument Tuition ranges from 40-50,000
    • Citings!!!! "Stanford University." Stanford University. Web. 18 May 2012. <http://www.stanford.ed u/>. "BERKLEE | Berklee College of Music." BERKLEE | Berklee College of Music. Web. 18 May 2012. <http://www.berklee.ed u/>.