Lansing Community College

LCC is offering a non-credit option for participating music ensembles

Contact the Community Education Department at or 517-482-1415 for more information.

Music Ensembles

If you are an instrumentalist or vocalist looking for an exciting regularly-scheduled and enriching musical opportunity, then join one of LCC's fine performance ensembles:

Students singing at an audition
  • Concert Choir:
    Perform a wide range of music, both sacred and secular.
  • Vocal Jazz and Pop:
    vocalists and limited rhythm section instruments combine to work on contemporary styles of vocally driven music. Contact Prof. Ten Brink ( for an audition.
  • Jazz Ensemble:
    Rehearse and perform pieces of various styles and from various periods in jazz and big band sound while learning and developing improvisational skills Contact Prof. Gewirtz ( for an audition.
  • Multi-Instrumental Music Ensemble:
    Write, arrange, rehearse, and perform works for instrumental music ensemble of varying sizes and instrumentation.
  • Rock Band:
    Rehearse and perform rock music of diverse styles, including cover songs as well as original compositions and arrangements by students. The instrumentation is open to the characteristic make-up of rock ensembles, including guitar, bass, keyboard, drum-set instruments and singers. Other instrumentalists may join to expand the ensemble.

Each ensemble is a semester-long commitment; for semester dates, visit the college catalog. Some ensemble directors may require an audition.

For more information about auditions, registration or college-credit options for music ensembles, please contact Dr. Jon Ten Brink, at 517-483-1469 or by e-mail at

Check out these music classes open to non-majors:
  • MUSC 144  Beginning Piano
  • MUSC 155  Class Voice Commercial I
  • MUSC 168  Rudiments of Music
  • MUSC 197  Home Studio Productions
  • MUSC 199  Music Appreciation +
  • MUSC 240  Musical Cultures to 1750 *+
  • MUSC 241  Musical Cultures 1750 to Present *+
  • MUSC 255  Music Business and Management
  • MUSC 292  Arranging and Songwriting

+ on the Michigan Transfer Agreement
* counts toward the Cultural Perspectives and Diversity core requirement

For more information about any of these classes, view the course offerings or call 517-483-1546.

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Contact Us

Music Program

Arts and Sciences Division

Gannon Building Room 1222
Phone: 517-483-1469


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