The music curriculum at Kellogg Community College is designed to create a strong foundation for students planning on transferring to a four-year program or to improve as a performer. Study of particular styles of music over time offers students the opportunity to improve listening skills, appreciate teamwork and to impact emotional states. Study of music provides students with vocal and instrumental performance experience as well as appreciation for social and historical musical experiences that connect generations and cultures.

At Kellogg Community College, our music programming is built on the cornerstone of creativity and collaboration. Our students are encouraged to find their best musical selves through artistic exploration. It is here where you will develop the skills necessary to become a successful and well rounded musician. While a student at Kellogg Community College, the course offerings are vast, including courses in Music Theory, Aural Comprehension, Piano Class, Voice Class, Conducting, Music History, Music Fundamentals, Music Appreciation, Music Education courses, Vocal and Instrumental Ensembles and Individualized Music Lessons ( available on all major orchestral instruments, piano and voice) with our artist faculty.

You are encouraged to explore this site for more detail, however, if you have additional questions please contact the music coordinator, Dr. Gerald Blanchard at or call 269-965-3931 ext. 2566.

Thank you and enjoy browsing through our site!

Upcoming Events

2014/2015 Music Season Preview

Choir Tour 2014

From Battle Creek to the Amalfi Coast of Italy
Kellogg Community College Choral Union 

European Choral Tour: June 26- July 2, 2014
25, Wednesday- Battle Creek, MI USA
27, Friday- Rome Italy
28, Saturday- Sorrento Italy
29, Sunday- Ravello Italy
30, Monday- Sorrento Italy
01, Tuesday- Pompeii/Rome Italy
02, Wednesday- Detroit, MI USA