MUSIC at Fordham College at Lincoln Center
The primary reason to study music at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) is included in our very name. We are located one block from the home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, across the street from the homes of the Metropolitan Opera and New York Philharmonic, a two minute walk from one of the greatest music libraries in the world—the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. The Beatles first American performance was in a theater six blocks away. We are the only college within the official Broadway Theatre district. Music is all around us.
Some of the courses offered in rotation:
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Music Before 1600
Baroque Music: Between Ancients and Moderns
Music, Enlightenment and Revolution
Music in the Romantic Century
Music in Modern Times: 20th Century
The History of Jazz
Rock and Pop Music since World War II
The Broadway Musical
World Music and Dance
Musicianship I: Counterpoint
Musicianship II: Diatonic Harmony
Musicianship III: Chromatic Harmony
Musicianship IV: Analysis
Advanced music majors may receive permission to take courses for academic credit at The Juilliard School Evening Division.
Applied Music Lessons (Additional Fee)
Chamber music groups (Additional Fee)
F-Sharps (A cappella vocal group)
Jazz ensembles at Jazz at Lincoln Center (Additional Fee)
Learn more at the Department of Art History and Music.