In our music classes, you will receive the skills and attention that you need to succeed as a performer and as a member of a group. You'll get personal direction in your private lessons and interact with other performers in classroom and large ensemble settings. The music program emphasizes ensemble and solo performance with additional study of music theory and history. Musicians of all capabilities and experience can prepare for their particular musical goals whether you are a seasoned professional or a talented beginner.
Music majors pursue careers in performance, education, composition, audio recording, concert sound reinforcement, commercial production, church music, musical instrument service and sales, or arts management.
Earn a degree
- Career-oriented students are prepared for beginning positions in public and private accounting. Typical positions for which graduates are qualified include: junior account clerk, assistant auditor, cost accounting clerk and assistant office manager.
- Upon successfully completing one of the the Visual and Performing Arts Options, you should be eligible to transfer to one of the four Connecticut State Universities as a Junior. To receive transfer credit, a grade of C or better is required. Several private schools in the state will also take a majority of the classes, enabling you to enter their institution as a high level Sophomore or even a Junior.
Earn a certificate
A Certificate in Electronic Music and Audio Production is available through our Digital Arts department for to students who do not wish to pursue a full two-year course of study.