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The WVC Music Department continues to offer high quality,  hands on, college level music courses, taught in exceptional and innovative ways.
Whether you are looking for a two-year transfer degree in Music, an amazing experience while you get your humanities credits, want to learn about music technology, or are looking for an ensemble or choir to be a part of, Wenatchee Valley College’s Music Department probably has what you need.







The department offers a wide variety of credit classes, including:

MUS 170/270     2 credits
WVC Chamber Singers

The WVC Chamber Singers is a premiere choir in North Central Washington.  Open to both music and non-music majors.  

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MUS 116     5 credits
Introduction to Music/Audio Technology I

An intense one term course that gives you all the skills you need to  get around in Finale (professional music notation software) and Pro Tools (the industry standard in recording and post production software), while learning the basic of acoustics, microphones and  signal processing! 

The Music and Art Center at WVC has a 12-workstation music tech  lab (so space is limited) and a professional recording studio with all    the software and equipment you need to learn the fundamental     how’s and why’s of sheet music production, and recording    techniques.  The course culminates in student defined final    (recording) projects.  Music 116 does all this and even counts as a Humanities distribution in most DTA degrees!

Music or audio background is always a plus (but not required).  Good study skills are a must though.  Students don’t buy a textbook, but will need good headphones, ¼ inch adapter and 8+ gigs of space on a USB thumb/flash drive.