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Our Music Program provides a well-rounded education in music theory, performance, and history with faculty who bring significant musical experience into the classroom. In addition to the Associate of Arts degree, we offer opportunities for students to participate in ensembles, including choir, band, and orchestra, as well as opportunities for individual performance and composition.

Performance Ensembles

Register today for the winter minimester and spring semester!

Registration is underway for the winter minimester and spring semester. For assistance, contact Academic Advising or call Enrollment Services at 979-830-4800. You also can schedule a tour of any of our six campuses!

Steps To Apply

Program FAQ

This degree can be completed on the Brenham Campus.

According to the Texas Workforce Commission, a degree in music can prepare students for a variety of careers, such as musician, singer, or high school music teacher.

Blinn courses are highly transferrable, and our students have transferred to Texas A&M, Sam Houston State, Texas State, Stephen F. Austin State, Texas A&M-Central Texas, the University of Houston, and the University of Texas-San Antonio.

For the degree plan, click the appropriate link below:

Associate of Arts – Field of Study

Course descriptions are available in the Catalog.

Click the appropriate link to learn more about the Blinn band, instrumental studies programs (woodwind ensemble, brass ensemble, percussion studies, or piano studies), or choral and vocal studies programs. To schedule an audition, please visit our Audition Information page and submit your Audition/Information Request.

Please see our Performing Arts Calendar. To view previous Blinn College Music Department performances, please visit our YouTube channel.

Contact Us

Todd Quinlan
Department Head
Phone: 979-830-4288

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Blinn College FAQ

Getting started at Blinn is easy using our easy-to-follow Steps to Apply page!

Visit our Affordability Page to learn more about tuition and fee rates and financial aid opportunities, including the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), scholarships, grants, veteran’s benefits, and payment plans.

For assistance in choosing the right courses for your college and career goals, contact an academic advisor.

Blinn offers a variety of resources to help you succeed, including our campus libraries, learning centers, writing centers, and tutoring services.

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Blinn choirs to join in Community HymnFest on Monday, Nov. 27 Blinn choirs to join in Community HymnFest on Monday, Nov. 27

Choirs from St. Mary's Catholic Church, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will also be featured

Blinn College voice students to present tribute to Halloween Blinn College voice students to present tribute to Halloween

Recital will be staged Tuesday, Oct. 31, at Finke Hall on Brenham Campus

Blinn Music Department to host 'An Afternoon of Mahler' on Saturday, Oct. 7 Blinn Music Department to host 'An Afternoon of Mahler' on Saturday, Oct. 7

Faculty members Daniel Johnson, Pamela Connolly to be featured at free recital

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