Music Industry

  • Hope for the Holidays
  • Graveyard Smashed at EBC Friday October 13th, Live music!
  • Grammy Award winning artist Denny Laine performs his musical "Arctic Song" with the help of HAIL! Fredonia Records
  • Music is Art Festival 2017 at the Buffalo Riverworks , HAIL! Fredonia Records
  • Songwriters Night
  • Not So Different
  • British Invasion Night
  • HAIL! Fredonia Records accepts an Outstanding Community Service Award at the 2017 For Our Daughters Gala

The Music Industry program at Fredonia prepares students and graduates for the ever-changing world of entertainment business. Through the applied professional studies program within the School of Business, students earn a Bachelor of Science in Music Industry. This course of study utilizes multiple schools on the Fredonia campus, including the School of Business and School of Music.

Upper level classes include a student-run record label, lectures regarding copyright and contract law, live touring setups and sound, as well as several special topics classes. HAIL! Fredonia Records, the previously mentioned student-run record label, provides students with opportunities to gain valuable knowledge and experience through on and off campus activities, event planning and promotions, all while being accountable for the duties and responsibilities that accompany working within a team. The Fredonia Music Industry program provides an innovative, hands on experience that prepares graduates for success in various areas of the entertainment industry.

 

 

In the News:

 

 

Please add a description of this image.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.


Please add a description of this image.Fredonia’s Bachelor of Science in Music Industry degree approved.


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


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


 

 

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