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Music

The Music Program offers two tracks, Music/Instrumental and Music Voice. Students train in classical and contemporary Music majors will have opportunities to collaborate with students artists from other disciplines and will perform in a vocal ensemble each semester. Cecil College has an articulation agreement with Towson University (audition required) to facilitate the transfer of credits directly into one of its degree programs. The College is also a member of the Council for Higher Education in Music, which regulates transfer of music credits between two-year and four-year schools. Any music student who completes approved courses, such as Music Theory and Musicianship I-IV, can transfer these credits to any four-year institution that is also a member. Students may take applied music courses at Harford Community College in any instrument not currently offered and apply those credits towards an associate's degree at Cecil College.

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Designed to help each student find and refine their personal creativity, the Performing Arts Program curriculum approach is integrative and collaborative. Students obtain a solid academic foundation in classical and contemporary technique training and performance as well as practical career skills preparation and general education courses.

Based at the Elkton Station facility, small classes with individualized attention take place in the beautiful Performing Arts Hall, Dance Studio and Music Studio. Seasoned educators and professional artists, the faculty work closely with each student to help them to achieve their personal goals. Master classes, performances, internships and special events round out the program offerings and provide a strong connection to the regional arts community.

What is distinctive?

Each semester all performing arts majors perform together as part of the Station Players, the interdisciplinary student company. In their final semester students participate in a Capstone Project under the guidance of a faculty mentor.

All performing arts majors also take Performance and Career Skills where students gain career preparation skills, as well as create a promotional kit and participate in mock auditions and interviews.