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School of Music
SCCC is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music and is a member of the New York State Association of College Music Programs.
The SCCC School of Music offers an exciting array of courses designed for students who are serious about music.
Students can choose from the Performing Arts-Music A.S. degree program,
Music Audio Technology A.A.S. degree program and Music Certificate program.
The A.S. Performing Arts: Music curriculum is designed for students who intend to transfer to a baccalaureate program after graduation from SCCC. Areas of transfer may include music education, performance, music therapy, theory/ composition, or jazz studies. A successful audition is required for entry into this program.
The A.A.S. Music Audio Technology curriculum program provides rigorous training in basic musicianship, contemporary recording and reinforcement technologies, and management and legal responsibilities. A successful audition is required for entry into this program.
The Music Certificate program is designed for student who wish to develop their musicianship and for those who wish to prepare for an audition for the A.S. and A.A.S. music degree programs. No audition is required for entry into the Music Certificate program.
The School of Music is home to three professional ensembles in residence: the Empire Jazz Orchestra, Capital Region Wind Ensemble and the Musicians of Ma’alwyck chamber ensemble, and hosts guest artists-in-residence and performers annually.
With its dedicated artist faculty and acclaimed ensemble and performance program, SCCC provides students with a first-rate musical education at an affordable cost.
Graduates of SCCC’s music programs have transferred to many of the finest music schools and conservatories in the United States.
Begley Building, Room 201
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Download the SCCC Music Student Handbook (PDF)
Read about what some of the music program's graduates are up to on the Music Alumni Page.