Are you interested in a music career? Then you’ve made it to the right place!
MACC’s Music Department teaches students to appreciate music, to analyze and evaluate music in terms of historical and cultural aspects, and to provide piano and vocal performance lessons. Music courses are offered to both general students and students who wish to pursue music as a profession.
December 3 – The MACC Singers will participate in the Moberly Christmas Parade @ 3pm in downtown Moberly.
December 9 – The MACC Singers and MACC Concert Band will perform their annual Holiday Concert at 5:30 p.m. at the Unity Center of Columbia; 1600 W Blvd; Columbia, MO.
December 10 – The MACC Singers and MACC Concert Band will perform their annual Holiday Concert at 3:00 p.m. at the MACC Auditorium; 101 College Avenue; Moberly, MO.
MACC’S MUSIC CURRICULUM
The Music Department offers courses ranging from introductory courses for the non-music major to specialized training for those wishing to pursue a career or personal interest in music. Music lecture courses are offered in a variety of delivery formats, including traditional, hybrid, and online.
Career opportunities in music exist across a variety of areas, including education, performance, business, healthcare, production, technology, publishing, and public media. Sample occupations include professional musicians, songwriters, composers, directors, educators, music therapists, music journalists, and audio engineers.
Individualized private study, as well as group instruction, is provided through the MACC Music Department in vocal and piano skills. A music lab offers state-of-the-art equipment for piano students.
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Students can complete Music courses within their Associate of Arts degree, which is transferable to four-year colleges and universities. The MACC Music curriculum provides a basic foundation in music as well as the opportunity to participate in a collegiate choir or even private study to advance vocal and piano skills. Students can complete Music courses each semester while at MACC and then transfer for further study in the discipline. Many of Missouri’s four-year institutions offer bachelor’s degrees in Music. Interested students should consult with a MACC advisor about transfer opportunities.
VOCAL MUSIC AWARD
Vocal Music Awards are awarded on a competitive basis upon the recommendation of the MACC Music Director. To be eligible for the award, students must audition and enroll in the vocal music program and actively participate as instructed by the Music Director. The number and amount of individual awards may vary, and will be determined by the needs of the Vocal Music Department, ranging from $250 to $1,500; a maximum of $15,000 per semester may be awarded to all recipients.
Join the MACC Singers!
The MACC Singers is composed of approximately thirty students and community members. Participants audition for the choir and are selected on the basis of musicianship as well as singing ability. Singers meet during a regularly scheduled time and receive one hour of college credit each semester. The MACC Singers perform public concerts at the College as well as perform in the surrounding community throughout the year.
Moberly Area Community College
101 College Avenue
Moberly, MO 65270
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