Music Industry

The Music Industry Program at Fredonia prepares future graduates for success within the music industry. Upon completion of the program, graduates will earn a Bachelor of Science in Music Industry. The program offers students an interdisciplinary education with courses spanning the business and music departments.

Upper level curriculum includes a student-run record label providing the opportunity to volunteer for a professional position. HAIL! Fredonia Records teaches students to be accountable for their own duties and responsibilities in a team-based environment. Students will have the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience through internships, on-campus activities, classroom learning, and industry-leading guest speakers. The Music Industry Program provides an innovative and unique experience that prepares graduates for success in the industry.

In the News:


Ladies First and John Rzeznik have released "Not So Different" on Google Play after their Artists for Autism concert raised over $25,000 for the Institute for Autism Research at Canisius College.

Fredonia’s Bachelor of Science in Music Industry degree approved.

Fredonia Music Industry Program's Philanthropy Dinner with community leaders raises over $3,100 for WhyHunger.

Producer and faculty member Armand Petri co-wrote the score for the upcoming Killer Rack film recently featured on the Fredonia campus.

Federal Court Magistrate Judge Jeremiah McCarthy gives a presentation on copyright infringement of Universal Pictures’ film "Backdraft."

Savannah King

Benefit concert raised funds for WhyHunger at Fredonia's local EBC West.

Chris O'Dell

Ladies First of HAIL! Fredonia Records partners with WhyHunger to release a new rendition of Badfinger's "Sweet Tuesday Morning."

Cassandra Kubinski comes to Fredonia to re-record "Not So Different" with John Rzeznik and Mary Ramsey for a new project.

Music Industry Coordinator - Professor Armand Petri

W305 Thompson Hall
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
(716) 673-4959
(716) 673-3506 fax