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If you are a student, former student, faculty member or parent, please help guide other prospective students by sharing your personal experiences at this college. What is it really like to go to Musicians Institute?
Studying at Musicians Institute gave me the courage to step outside of my comfort zone. I had no musical background or understanding of what it took and meant to be or become a musician. During my journey at MI in 1983, because of my drive, passion and willingness to fail and get back in the game, I was offered many artistic opportunities. When I realized I was a better ?Actor? than a musician, I accepted a role on the Number 1 daytime TV show, the Young and the Restless. From that point, my career took off and I eventually ended up on the East coast where I finally retired. Now that I?m revisiting my interest in playing an instrument, at age 70, I?m considering returning to MI. Sorta kinda... What I learned from my first experience studying at MI is, anything is possible. If you want to find your music within, Musicians Institute is the place to be.
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