Joan Squires '79, president of Omaha Performing Arts, receives an alumni citation from Lebanon Valley College for her work in the arts and delivering nearly $50 million in economic impact on Omaha.
Wherever music is created or heard, there exist employment opportunities. LVC’s close proximity to NYC, Philadelphia, and Baltimore and their music scenes enables music business majors to explore established industries and stay informed regarding music trends.
Our graduates are employed by a myriad of industries, including publishing companies, record labels, television, radio, studios, and more. Because the degree is considered a business degree—and many students double major in business administration or digital communications—it expands employment opportunities to include non-music industries, increasing the probability of finding work after graduation. Several alumni have started their own businesses while others chose to pursue graduate study in arts administration, law, and more.
Betty Ross ’14 is a shining example of how one person’s service can make a difference in their community. The music business and digital communications graduate is working and serving in Uganda.
Music has always been a part of Pamela Keating’s identity. From a two-year-old running down the stairs to dance and sing to her mom’s Celine Dion CD, to the lead royalty and data analyst at Missing Link Music, Keating and music are connected.
Ricardo Perez-Lopez ’18 is working for the Department of Defense as a new addition to one of its latest development programs.
Five graduates from the College's Music Department working in Nashville, gathered to share their tips for success with students attending the VALE Media Industries Conference.