Series Post Part 4: Useful NYC Related Links and Information. Guide for New-Coming Musicians to NYC

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Useful NYC Related Links and Information

For the musician arriving in New York, there are a lot of useful resources out there in terms of general information as well as receiving work. As far as a networking and marketing standpoint, this all lies with you. The journey to learning and molding a career differs for everyone. Furthermore, it should be a process of self-discovery. When looking back on your career, you should be able to enjoy and reflect on the good and bad times. So, instead of writing in depth, I simply decided make a partial list of some useful websites. I hope you’ve enjoyed my short, but essential series to life in New York City.

Marketing and Networking:

Seth Godin

ProBlogger

Local 802

MusicianWages

NYC Bass

NYSSMA

NYFA

For music students, any type of educational or parent’s club.

General NYC:

NYC 311

nyc.gov

NYC Rent Guidelines Board

Not for Tourists

Thanks for reading Part 4 of this series. If you haven’t read these yet, feel free to back track to Part 3 and Part 2.

About Nick Grinlinton

Nick Grinlinton has written 111 entries on this blog.

Nick Grinlinton is a guitarist, composer and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. He is a two-time ASCAP Young Jazz Composer Award finalist and has composed and played music for Jerry Seinfeld's web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee". A speedy runner, Nick currently focuses on racing distances from the mile all the way to the marathon. As he continues to train daily, he is currently examining what effect music has towards running. To learn more and to contact Nick, visit his website.

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