Department of Music
Welcome Music Students!
The Department of Music Field of Study Program will train you in the skills necessary for successful transfer to a four-year institution in order to complete a baccalaureate degree. We do this by focusing on you as an individual, a member of a team, and a contributor to the community of musicians and music educators.
• As a performer you will learn to present yourself professionally while performing
standard music repertoire.
• As a member of a Collin music ensemble, you will learn to work in groups toward a shared musical goal of realizing a public performance of ensemble repertoire.
Ultimately, the Department of Music Program enriches the local and regional community by training skilled musicians as music teachers and by serving as a regional hub of music activities hosting faculty, student and professional recitals as well as supporting other community activities including music festivals and educational organizations.
Advising, Auditions for Lessons and Ensembles
If you are a music major and haven't been advised by a music faculty member for Fall 2023 semester, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get information about music classes and auditions for lessons and ensembles.
Students wanting to audition for lessons and ensembles should contact the director of the ensemble to get specifics on what to prepare. Be ready to play or sing repertoire fitting the ensemble you are auditioning for.
NOTE: Non-music majors can be in ensembles, too!
About Our Department
From jazz and rock to symphonic and new music, Collin College offers students the opportunity to study the style of music that appeals to them. The college has ensembles for keyboard, classical guitar, symphonic wind, and much more
Perfect the musical instrument that is your voice with classroom and private instruction, choral music, opera, diction and more. Take part in a capella pop, chamber choir, or the opera theatre ensemble.
The Music Department has a variety of concerts throughout the year.
Learn audio engineering, production, business and management, commercial music composition, live sound, and more
Meet your professors.
Orientation and Advising
New and returning music students on all campuses and students interested in private lessons are required to attend the Mandatory Orientation and Audition. This section also provides departmental advising contacts, so you know who to speak with if you have a question about your degree program.
Division Office phone numbers: 972.516.5068 or 972.881.5107.
Jazz Fest and Jazz Camp
Collin College hosts Jazz Fest in March and the Texas All-Star Jazz Camp in July. Want to be a part of the fun?