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Music

The North Lake College Music Department is expanding its offerings of performing ensembles and digital music to better serve the needs of the community. We continue to offer coursework in music theory, musicianship and jazz improvisation for all levels of musicians, as well as general education Music Appreciation and entry-level courses in piano, guitar and voice open to all students. Private music lessons are also available for students participating in ensembles.
 
Our music program provides a broad base of experience to build basic musicianship skills with classes that will transfer to any Texas public college as the first two years in a baccalaureate-level music degree. Transferring students must satisfy the competency and proficiency requirements of the receiving institution.

If you are working toward a four-year music degree or wish to have music as a minor, consult with the full-time music faculty for degree plan advising specific to your musical interests.

Students enrolled in a 1-credit-hour MUEN course can qualify to enroll in 30 minute applied private lessons. Visit our Applied Music page for further details.

New Digital Music Class!

MUSI 1390 offers students the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of MIDI and audio production using Reason 7 software. Whether you are interested in making your own beats, electronica, or digital music for video games, this is the place to start. Concurrent enrollment in MUSI 1301 Music Fundamentals or MUSI 1311 Music Theory I is recommended for students without prior musical training.

New Music Ensembles for Fall 2014!

 
  • Steel Band
  • Symphonic Band
  • String Orchestra
  • A Capella Pop Choir (North Campus)​​​​​
Email 7music@dcccd.edu or call 972-273-3576 for more information.​
 

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