Funeral pianists are being paid a fortune for their services.
It’s a lucrative job, and many of them don’t even get paid for the music they play.
The pianist who’s performing at the funeral of a loved one is getting paid $20,000, according to a recent survey by the American Conservatory of Piano, which runs the American Piano Society.
And a new study says the pianist whose funeral is a huge hit in the city will be paid $100,000 to perform.
It may sound like a lot, but the pianists who have performed at funerals are paid the same amount as the funeral singers.
In fact, the average pianist makes $22,000 annually, according a study published last month by the Institute for Labor Research and Education.
So what makes a funeral pianist?
Most funeral pianists get paid by the hour.
That means they work two days a week for a minimum of 40 hours a year, with an extra day off each week to do other things.
They also get paid at a minimum hourly rate of $10.50 an hour.
The most lucrative part of the job is the practice time.
Most funeral music professionals spend two or three hours a day practicing, so they can keep practicing if they have to.
Many pianists work three to four days a year.
But some are in their late 30s and 40s.
Some of them are in the final stages of dementia.
The American Conservatories says funeral music has a huge impact on people’s lives, and so it’s a great job.
“Funeral music is a part of everyday life for many people.
It is also a vital part of our culture and society, and it is a great way to commemorate the passing of loved ones,” the American Council of the Piano says on its website.
Some funeral music companies, such as the International Conservatory, pay pianists to play at weddings, funerals and memorials.
“Many people who want to be a funeral music professional have no idea that it can be a very rewarding and rewarding career,” said Barbara C. Smith, a pianist and the author of The Musical Heritage of Funerals: How Music and Music Therapy Can Change Your Life.
But it can also be a lonely and stressful job.
Smith has been working in funeral music for more than 20 years.
She says the music industry is changing fast.
“As the technology has gotten better, the demand for musicians and the number of funerals have grown, so have the demands for talent.
So, for a lot of musicians, there’s no one to go out and play for.”
There are several reasons why many funeral music jobs are going to pay a fortune.
The average funeral pianism is in the middle of a contract.
It typically lasts about 30 days.
And it’s an intensive job that requires a lot on a pianos body.
For example, you need to be able to play three or four notes a minute.
You also need to keep your body moving.
“The body and the brain have to be stimulated,” Smith said.
“There are lots of physical tasks that need to go on to keep you in tune.
So the demands are enormous.”
If you’re lucky, you’ll get a raise.
If you don’t, your career may be over.
“A lot of times, they will say that you will be laid off or fired,” Smith added.
But in some cases, the company will provide an offer of a job to replace you.
In that case, you will usually get paid about the same rate.
Some companies have a guarantee that if you don, you can get your old job back.
But other companies will give you a severance package that can amount to up to $2 million.
The last thing you want is to be laid-off, Smith said, and the company won’t offer that.
It could be the only reason why you get laid off.
The piano industry is a growing industry, but Smith says there are still some barriers to entry.
Some businesses are based in small cities and do not have an online presence.
There are also certain types of funeral music that are considered “songs of grief” and therefore have to have an artist’s name and the performer’s signature on them.
It takes a lot to attract talent.
Some musicians, like singer-songwriter Paul Gilbert, have become well-known through their music, but they can only do it for a few hours a week.
“It’s very expensive,” said Gilbert, a veteran of several rock and pop bands.
“People get very anxious.
People get very angry.”
The American Piano Association says it has helped create new funeral music contracts, but some have still not been ratified.
The association is currently working on a plan to create new rules that would make it easier for musicians to get paid, which is also an issue for the industry.
The group has also been working to help musicians who are in financial trouble