Student Profile -- Jazz Guitar Major -- School of the Arts at the College of Charleston





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Published on Jun 18, 2012

Brian Motte, a junior jazz guitar performance major talks about why he loves the music program at the College of Charleston including the high caliber teachers and the sense of community among fellow musicians. The guitar ensemble is a great opportunity to arrange and write charts for the ensemble as well as getting to play with other guitar players.

Merging the intense focus of a conservatory with a broad education in the liberal arts, the music program at the College of Charleston is further enhanced by its location in a city renowned for its cultural heritage and devotion to the performing arts. Strong academic preparation coupled with superior musical training places our program in a unique niche.

Music majors, who can choose to concentrate in performance, theory/composition, or music history, benefit from small class sizes, ample practice and performance space and one-on-one tutelage from faculty, which includes an artist-in-residence and a composer-in-residence.

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