Why choose Music at PPCC?
Music courses at PPCC provide an introduction into the examination of sound as a vibrant art form and our faculty will help you explore your talents. Students receive training in performance and composition and become knowledgeable about music history and theory. Classes are open to all students beginning through advanced. Music students can go on to explore careers that include teaching, performing, composing, music therapy, and the music business.
What do PPCC Music students study?
As a music student, you will study a wide variety of music theory and instruction in areas of personal interest.
- Participation in ensembles
- Private instruction in areas of student's choosing
- Ear and sight training
- Fundamentals of harmony
Students receive a large base of foundational knowledge as well as the opportunity to specialize in an area of expertise.
Classes You Might Take
Due to the COVID-19 virus Fall semester 2020 PPCC Music Department Concerts will be posted when we are sure they can safely be held.
All PPCC Music Department Concerts are Free and open to the public.
The donation of a non-perishable food item for the PPCC Student Food Pantry is always welcome and appreciated.
Program Learning Outcomes
Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) are competencies with which students will be proficient at the completion of an academic program. Program Learning Outcomes link with course learning outcomes and competencies.
Music Department Chair
Contact Department Chair: William.Malone@ppcc.edu
Music Advisors (and audition information for students Majoring in Music)
William Malone: William.Malone@ppcc.edu
Gayle Grace: Gayle.Grace@ppcc.edu
Sally Ann Wilson: SallyAnn.Wilson@ppcc.edu
General Fine Arts Advisor
Contact advising: 719-502-3232 email@example.com
Career OptionsIn the music field a world of possibilities are open to you. Studying music may lead to a multitude of career options. For instance you might consider these options:
- Music Educator
- Private Music Teacher
- Other art fields with dance or theatre