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Music at AACC

Music Faculty Contacts

Ian Wardenski - Performing Arts Department Chair; Jazz, Guitar and Music Theory:
410-777-7069

Anna Binneweg - Coordinator, Applied Music; Symphony Orchestra, Ensembles and Music Theory:
410-777-7218

Doug Byerly - Coordinator of Music; Concert Choir and Chamber Singers: 410-777-7019

Chris Ballengee - AACC World Music Club Advisor: 410-777-7227

Noncredit Music Contact
Dawn Schulman
Interim Coordinator, Lifelong Learning
410-777-2807
General Inquiries

Music Department 
Dana Persaud
410-777-7230

Music Department Web Pages
Mary Armour-Kaiser
410-777-7018

NEW FOR SPRING: West African Music & Dance - MUS 284 OR DAN 284


 The AACC Performing Arts ART PASS 

Fall 2016 Special Events

Annapolis Tango & Forrobodó
Friday, September 23, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Cade Amphitheater
Free and open to the public

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at Anne Arundel Community College with Argentine tango dancing with Annapolis Tango and Brazilian forró dancing with Forrobodó! The evening starts with a tango workshop by Annapolis Tango, continues with a Brazilian forró dancing workshop and concert by Forrobodó. Bring all your friends and family for a great night out! 


“Shakuhachi”
with guest artist Michael Chikuzen Gould
Friday, October 7 at 7:30 p.m.
Humanities Building, Room 112
Limited seating, free ticket required
For free tickets, contact Doug Byerly
410-777- 7019 or
dbbyerly@aacc.edu


See all World Music & Dance Events 


Welcome to the Music Department at AACC!
Whether you are interested in taking a noncredit music course or if you are interested in becoming a music major, AACC Music offers something for everybody.


Credit
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The music department offers a wide array of courses from entry level, general education core courses to advanced classes designed to prepare students for vocations in the field of music, and to transfer to colleges and universities for further study.

For a complete listing of classes, enter MUS in the subject search at the course search page.

Noncredit

Enjoy making music by taking a beginner or intermediate course in guitar or piano. Adult learners can take private lessons customized to their skill levels, or group instruction with seasoned experienced instructors. Individuals interested in singing can enroll in the class voice course and discover the fun of singing in a chorus. Visit the noncredit website for available courses.