View courses, degrees, and/or certificates for this program in the catalog.

This department is in the division of Arts & Humanities.


The San Bernardino Valley College department of Music prides itself on world-renowned faculty, which prepare students for musical and transfer success. Classes and rehearsals are back to an in-person experience, and we are thrilled to make music together again! 

Music Major Orientation

Music Major Orientation Spring 2023 on Friday, 1/20/23 at 3pm in NH 164

Music Major Orientation takes place once per semester at the beginning of the term, to connect with students who are officially music majors or those thinking about it. We'll discuss required courses for the degree(s), universities to transfer to with decent Music programs, career trajectories, and answer any questions students may have. The next Music Major Orientation will take place in person and on campus Friday, January 20th, 2022 at 3pm in the MAC (North Hall room 164)

Music Major Auditions 

Auditions are typically held during the first 2-weeks of the new semester. If you are enrolled in an Ensemble or taking lessons, you must participate in the audition. You may perform any standard piece of repertoire of your choice. Audition appointment signups will be posted on the office door of Professor Matie Scully, North Hall room 134 by the first week of Spring semester classes. 

Music Majors need these three classes every semester!


















Not a music major? Take these classes!


Suggested Ensembles Other Recommended Classes
 MUS 180: Instrumentalists MUS 121/122: Music History & Lit (Honors)
MUS 170: Jazz Improv & Theory MUS 123/124: Electronic Music


 Check out the Catalog for AA/AA-T in Music degree requirements!

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Piano classes 133 134 135 for Fall 2020 Semester































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The SBVC Music Department offers a comprehensive program of music study.

The faculty and students in the department of music share a deep and abiding love for their art and a common desire to achieve excellence in it.  The curriculum provides basic preparation for careers in music or futher study and is designed to provide a balanced education in the many facets of musical experience.

It is the goal of the music department to help students develop their own musical and intellectual potential to the highest possible level.

Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution and major or minor in Music should consult with a counselor regarding the transfer process and lower-division requirements, as well as reach out to the Chair of the Department.


Members of Voci Soli
Picture of Summer Band 2017
Concert Choir singing at Black History Month
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