MIC Check brings high school students, music professionals to TROY

TROY, Ala. (TROJANVISION)  — A new batch of high school students could be one step closer to a career in the music industry thanks to Troy University’s recent MIC Check event.

On Thursday and Friday, Troy University’s John M. Long School of Music and the Sorrell College of Business held its MIC Check event for high school and college students.

“MIC Check is Troy University’s Music Industry Program,” said Brenda Hamilton, a lecturer for the John M Long School of Music. “It’s a festival for music and industry business all tied into one.”

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Throughout the two-day event, masterclass workshops and performances were held in which an instructor would critique the students for a hands-on learning approach.

Romano Law and David Wise, a vocal arranger and producer, held business, production and music clinics to give patrons an inside look on the music industry.

MIC Check is an annual event held every April.

For more information on the event, check out the Troy University MIC Check Facebook page and website.

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