Bucks County Community College invites prospective students and their parents to tune in to “Music in March” on Wednesday, March 10, to learn more about the nationally accredited School of Music.
Part of the Department of the Arts, the highly regarded School of Music has launched talented students into successful bachelor’s degree programs and performance opportunities.
“Many people may not be aware of the quality of our School of Music, or the success of our alumni,” said professor Rochelle Reed, head of the Music Area. “We hope to show, through interviews and a live online question-and-answer session, how a Bucks music degree can be the best choice to develop your talents.”
Those who register will have access to the debut of a 20-minute video that details what the School of Music offers. It features interviews with current students, along with successful alumni who have gone on to various careers in rock, jazz, opera and classical music. They share their stories of why they chose Bucks and how it helped them launch their careers.
A Q&A session featuring the department dean, music faculty and admissions staff starts at 7 p.m. The online event is free and open to the public. Registration is required at bucks.edu/musicinmarch.
The School of Music offers a 62-63 credit Associate of Music degree, designed to transfer to a four-year college or university. Bucks County Community College is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music, and is an all-Steinway school – both distinctions that few community colleges have attained. To learn more, visit bucks.edu/music, email email@example.com or call 215-968-8425.