Arthur Hernandez is currently Professor of Music and Music Program Coordinator at Capital Community College in Hartford, Connecticut. His primary responsibilities include managing and overseeing the entire music program, teaching music composition, music theory, and music history and appreciation. He also organizes, manages, and produces, Concerts@Capital, an eclectic music concert series that showcases a vast variety of music artists and ensembles.
Capital Community College is a two-year college located in downtown Hartford. The college resides in what was once the famed G. Fox Department Store, one of Hartford’s signature retail landmarks. Capital Community College is proud to offer an Associate Degree in Music Industry. This degree focuses on the professional disciplines of music beyond the traditional: entrepreneurship, technology, recording, and management.
Where once all the music offerings at Capital were but a handful of music appreciation courses, it now boasts of a state-of-the-art music technology studio, music practice rooms, a piano laboratory, and vocal and instrumental performing ensembles. Capital Community College also offers applied instrumental, vocal, and composition music lessons.
Capital Community College is very proud of the music program that is presently being developed, and is proud to be a part of the thriving music culture that is Hartford. If you would like further information about the music degree program, music offerings, or our music concert series, please contact Dr. Hernandez at ahernandez (at) ccc.commnet.edu or at 860-906-5039.