“Music is more than entertainment. Music is art. Music is skill. Music is practice. Music is life. ”
Music is an integral part of our everyday lives. Students have studied that music participation benefits students in ways that are directly or indirectly linked to higher academic achievement in general. Music fuels the mind and thus fuels our creativity. A creative mind has the ability to make discoveries and create innovations. Performing with others also helps students build critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Students who play instrument in a band need to acquire certain social and emotional skills necessary to be a contributing member, including discipline, collaboration, patience, persistence, and motivation. In addition, performing in front of others helps boost student’s self-esteem and gives them the opportunity to overcome fears and see that they can succeed. Whether you sing, play an instrument, or are simply a music fan, you don’t have to be a musical theater major in order to continue your interests in college. So come on friends, let’s embrace the part in our self yearning to groove to beats and cut loose.
The Music Club, through exemplary practices in organization, training, and presentation, should endeavor to provide effective experiences in musical education, in music culture, in musical recreation and in general citizenship.
The mission of Music Club is to empower individual creativity at the crossroads of technology and music. We affirm our faith in and our devotion to the Music Club, which, as a serious and distinctive medium for musical expression, may be of vital service and importance to its members, its institution, and its art. To its institution the Music Club will offer adequate concerts and performances at appropriate functions and ceremonies, in the interest of music culture and entertainment, and for the enhancement of institutional spirit and character