Help Wanted - Careers in Music
John Tuttle
Saturday, June 8, 2013, 1:00pm
Music 2 - Room #108

You don't have to be a big star to make money in music. For every 49er who struck gold, there were hundreds who got rich on the associated business. Backing musicians, composers, arrangers, producers, accompanists, and teachers all can have satisfying careers. The list goes on. Come explore the wide range of jobs in music, and the skills needed to get those jobs. And share your experiences - what kind of gigs have you gotten paid for?

John Tuttle studied music theory and composition at SUNY Binghamton and at UC Berkeley. He is an accomplished composer, arranger and music director, as well as pianist and guitarist. He has experience in a wide variety of musical situations from classical concert halls to theater pits, recording studios, cruise ships, bar bands, jazz jams, and folkie coffee houses. John is a member of Quake City Jug Band www.quakecityjugband.com.