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Music & Music Education

In a city that has musical roots that include famed composer Johnny Mercer's auspicious beginnings, music students at Armstrong can immerse themselves in musical studies both in the classroom and in the community. Extensive music theory, history and education course sequences support private studio performance regimens that produce well-rounded young professional musicians and music educators in degree areas of performance (Bachelor of Arts in Music) and classroom education (Bachelor of Music Education).

The renowned international Savannah Music Festival, Savannah Jazz Festival and Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus concert events provide additional local musical stimulation for the aspiring music student.

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