Learning resources of musical education and performance
I would like to further my education in music and the English language in the United States, formally and informally, since I have reached the level of master’s degree in Thailand.
I need to be able to speak, read and write English well in order to further my career, especially since my goal is to establish a music school in Thailand. By living with my foster parents and studying in Boston, I can improve my reading and writing skills in English while having many opportunities to visit the musical institutions in the area. I intend to learn about their resources and how to access them when I return home.
Being a student in work-study program at Continuing Education, New England Conservatory in Performance and Music Education Certificate Program, I can reach my goal faster as there are a bunches of music classes and opportunities that benefit for me; Musicianship, Music Technology, Private lesson, Music History, Jazz History, Internship at Music Launch Program at "Wang YMCA", Kodaly Music, etc,. I would like to say that New England Conservatory have already opened my door and now it's time that I have to move on to be a better Artist-Teacher-Scholar.
Additionally, I need exposure to different types of music education in the USA, both formally and informally. Boston is famous for its music culture. There is much for me to learn from this community, in daily contacts as well as in short courses.
“My ties with my homeland”:
I have continuing ties for teaching and leadership responsibilities with KPN, Pink Pony Club nursery school and many of my performing groups. That is our Thai custom, to honor our relationships with mentors, colleagues and friends with continuing commitments. Therefore, I will try my very best sharing all knowledges I have learned from here in Boston to everyone who have the same passionate in Music and Culture.
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