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Spring 2017 Music and Theatre Production of Sweeney Todd (Photo by Ben Smith)


Spring 2017 Irish Music Concert-Vocal Ensemble and Community Chorus (Photo by Ben Smith)


Summer 2017 Music and Theatre Production of Pirates of Penzance (Photo by Ken Kraxberger)


Spring 2016 Bluegrass Music Concert-Men of Vocal Ensemble and Community Chorus


Cast, Orchestra, Crew of Musical Spring 2015: "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum"

Class Offerings

Music Appreciation and Music in America

Music appreciation classes give a broad overview of the elements of music, the history of music, and the major composers. These classes satisfy a requirement in the humanities area.

Music In the Elementary Classroom

This class is offered for students who are majoring in elementary education or music education. Methods of teaching songs and music concepts to children are presented and practiced. This class is also popular with people who are interested in teaching music to children in church choirs.

Applied Music: Voice and piano

Private instruction in voice and piano

Performance Groups

Concert Choir: The Concert Choir rehearses in conjunction with the St. Cecilia Community Choir on Monday nights each semester and performs secular and sacred music from various time periods, folk songs, spirituals, and contemporary favorites. Open to all students without audition. 

Vocal Ensemble:  This student group rehearse 3-4 times per week and performs literature suitable for small ensembles (Jazz/Pop/Classical).  Open to all students by audition.

Instrumental Ensemble: The Band at NCCC performs music appropriate for the ensemble each year.  They rehearse 2-3 times per week and include stage band and concert band instruments in the ensemble.

Scholarship Information

Music scholarships are available for ALL qualified students, REGARDLESS OF MAJOR/DEGREE. These scholarships are a fixed amount each year, they cover approximately 15 hours of tuition and books. Completion of 12 hours per semester with a 2.0 grade point average, satisfactory participation in specified ensembles, and participation in various recruiting activities are required to maintain a scholarship. See Mr. Murray for details.

 

 

Alan Murray

Music Instructor

Neosho County Community College

Office: (620) 432-0377

Switchboard: (620) 431-2820 x515