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Music

Music Performance

If you have a passion for music—past or present, pop or classical – and want to turn that passion into a career, take the next step with SIC!

Why SIC?

SIC offers a diverse music program with classroom study, group and private lessons, and many musical performance opportunities each year. You can participate in the Concert Choir or Community Chorus, which host a performance each semester. Play in the pit orchestra or sing onstage for a number of musical theatre productions, perform in recital and occasionally acquire a paid performance opportunity.

SIC’s small size offers you a hands-on experience that is not available in many larger institutions, giving you a stronger foundation for moving on to the next level of music education or practice, while saving a lot of money on your first two years of basic music education.

No audition is required for acceptance into the Music program. Ask us about talent scholarships.

Career Opportunities:Vocal Lesson
  • Singer or Accompanist
  • Music Director/Producer
  • Music Teacher
  • Arranger/Composer/Songwriter
  • Acoustical Engineer
  • Conductor
  • Disc jockey/Music Coordinator

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of musicians and singers, directors and composers is projected to grow 6 percent from 2016 to 2026. The median hourly wage for musicians and singers was $26.96 in May 2017. The median annual wage for music directors and composers was $50,590 in May 2017.

Learn more about our Choral Events! 


Curriculum:

Associate in Art Degree:  Music

Associate in Art Degree:  Multimedia

For more information about opportunities in SIC's music program, email Cory Garmane at cory.garmane@sic.edu or contact an advisor at (618) 252-5400 ext. 4130 or advising@sic.edu.