Music

Please fill out the CFCC Music Interest Form  HERE

 

 

Cape Fear Community College’s Fine Arts Department offers general music courses, advanced music courses, performing ensembles, and music lessons in group or individual settings for several instruments and voice.  These courses are transferable and can lead toward a specialized Associate in Fine Arts Degree or may fulfill general education requirements toward another two-year degree.  More information about all of these courses can be found by accessing the Music Links menu.  Information about instrumental and vocal lessons can be found under Class & Applied Courses.

Associate in Fine Arts Degree (Music pre-major)

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Student classical guitar concert in the Wilson Center

The Fine Arts Department offers Associate in Fine Arts degrees (AFA degrees) for those planning to pursue major study in the arts at the four-year level.   For more details about the Music pre-major for the AFA degree click on the AFA Degree Programs link on the menu to the right or see Associate in Fine Arts (pp. 87-89 of catalog)

Music courses may also be taken to fulfill general course requirements or for the pleasure of learning more about different styles of music, how to play a new instrument, how to improve on an existing instrument, or to have performance opportunities in one of CFCC many ensembles.  Through these courses students will learn problem-solving skills, cooperation techniques and can find outlets for individual and group expression through musical performances.

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Rock ensemble performing in the Wilson Center

MUS 110: Music Appreciation and MUS 112: Introduction to Jazz can be used in the Universal General Education Transfer Component (UGETC) requirements for the Associate of Arts (AA) and the Associate of Science (AS) degrees, and all Music courses can be used as elective credit for such degrees.

Visit the CFCC catalog for more information about how Music courses fit into the curriculum: CFCC Catalog (See pp. 81-214 of the catalog).
Student performances are now being held in the Wilson Center on the main stage in the 1,500 seat theater as well as in the Union Station Auditorium. For a schedule of student concerts go here: Music Events