Welcome to the Department of Performing Arts Music Program at the Community College of Rhode Island. You may also wish to visit Community College of Rhode Island Music on Facebook. If you are seeking to major in music, CCRI offers quality instruction and transferable credits toward the first two years of a music, music education, or jazz studies major. [Read more on CCRI Music Department]
New course: MUSIC THERAPY AND GERIATRICS MUSC1175-700 3 credits
This is an introductory course on the field of Music Therapy and the benefits of using music as an intervention with a geriatric population. Students will learn how music and music-related activities can be utilized to connect with people who are living with age-related disorders. Topics will include the history of Music Therapy, the function of music, and how music is used by trained Music Therapists when working with an elderly population. Students will learn activities and strategies that can be used by health and human services professionals when working with an elderly population when a Music Therapist is not available. Lecture: 3 hours
Instructor: Marcia Lajoie, Board Certified Music Therapist
This is a hybrid course. Class meetings are Saturdays 9:00-11:30 AM at the Knight Campus in Warwick. Coming next spring!
Applied Music Auditions - Late Auditions will be held for applied lessons on Sept. 2, Friday, from 1-2. You must submit the required forms and schedule an appointment to audition. Contact the Performing Arts Department as soon as possible firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please review the materials at Advising & Documents for more information and necessary forms. Contact the Performing Arts Department at 401-825-2168 or Professor Cheri Markward, Department Chair, at email@example.com or 401-825-2167 for info.
Are you ready for Music Theory I? Test yourself on our new Theory assessment page:http://www.ccri.edu/performingarts/music/assessment/
Instrumentalists needed: The CCRI Chamber Ensemble (Band) needs woodwind, brass, and percussion players. If you read music and are available on Wednesdays from 1:00-2:15 (Knight Campus), please contact Professor Cheri Markward firstname.lastname@example.org 401 825-2167.