Where will your voice take you?
Students with a concentration in choral music at EFSC are working toward an Associate of Arts degree and must complete a minimum of 60 semester hours of college-level credit with 36 hours of general education.
Each main semester (fall and spring) a music major should be enrolled in a minimum of eight or nine credits of music classes. For the voice major the credits will be eight and will constitute the elective credits toward an A.A. Therefore, students who are planning to transfer to a university with a music emphasis will need to take a minimum of 68-72 semester hours. Six of the general education credits must be in the Humanities.
EFSC advisors and music program faculty can help with your course planning as you pursue an A.A. degree with the intention of transferring to a bachelor-level music program.
The music major is strongly encouraged to take MUL 2010 - Survey of Music Literature - as an option for three of the six Humanities credits. Since there are additional ensemble offerings in music, the majority of students pursuing a parallel program in music will quite often take two-and-a-half or three full years to complete their A.A.
Vocal Ensembles: Click for details
Formal choral organization performing a varied selection of literature from all musical styles. Open to all EFSC students with high school choral experience.
A select small ensemble singing choral literature from the Renaissance to the 20th Century. Auditions are required.
A comunity chorus open to all Brevard County residents, from Sr. High School to senior citizens. The group sings a wide variety of musical literature. Rehearsals are on the Cocoa campus. For more information visit our website: www.Brevardchorale.org
Brevard Community Chorus
A community chorus open to all adults with a strong choral background. This group performs concerts with orchestras and soloists at the King Center for the Performing Arts. Rehearsals are on the Melbourne campus. Auditions are required. Visit us at www.brevardcommunitychorus.org
Music Info & Contacts
All students with strong auditions will be considered for scholarship assistance.
For more information contact:
Dr. Robert E Lamb, Director of Choral Activities