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The goal of the music department at Andrew College is to provide a nurturing, yet challenging, environment for music students to develop their skill. The music curriculum of our degree program mirrors that of the University System of Georgia, preparing you to transfer to a four-year institution to complete your undergraduate study. Additionally, with an average music class size of six to eight students, you will receive personalized attention tailored to your specific needs.

Students who participate in the music program receive training which allows them to pursue a Bachelor of Music with emphases in performance or music education. The Associate of Music degree (AM) is offered with a vocal, piano, or instrumental emphasis. Music students will take courses in music theory, aural skills, and applied lessons.

Students admitted to Andrew College who wish to pursue the program of study in music must audition for admission to the Andrew College music department and have an interview with the music faculty. For audition and scholarship information, please email or call 229-732-5909.

Andrew Concert Singers

On-campus performances include the “Annual Festival of Christmas Lessons and Carols” should be “Christmas Lessons and Carols program”

Andrew College Jazz Ensemble

The Jazz Ensemble is Andrew College’s premier instrumental ensemble. Students perform a variety of styles within this ensemble such as: jazz, funk, R&B, soul, and pop music. Each year the jazz ensemble performs at College events and frequently at the local “Jazz Jams” in Cuthbert.


Audition Information Fine Arts Scholarship Auditions

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Private Lessons

All music majors receive weekly private lessons with a faculty member. The goal of private lessons are to help students develop their technique and musicianship by working one-on-one with their artist-teacher. Students enrolled in private lessons perform at a jury at the conclusion of each semester.


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Dr. Chul Young Kim, D.M.A.
Assistant Professor of Music
Director of the Music Program

229-732-5909 – Office