Associate Professor of Music Education; Director of the Petrie School of Music
For more than a century, the Petrie School of Music has been a beacon for passionate musicians and a standard-bearer for artistic excellence. A founding member of the National Association of Schools of Music (way back in 1928!) the Petrie School hosts nearly 150 concerts every year — fully staged operas, a world-class chamber music series, symphony orchestra, wind ensemble, choirs, and dozens of student recitals.
No matter what your musical passion, you’ll find a path to your professional future at Petrie.
Our artist faculty of specialists and low student-teacher ratio ensure that your unique gifts and goals will be cultivated by professional mentors of the highest order
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Creativity That Works is our initiative to prepare passionate young artists like you for productive careers in the arts. You’ll hone your craft as well as gaining skills in marketing for the arts, portfolio development and career management. Dr. Chris Vaneman, Head of the Petrie School of Music, said “Students today need a comprehensive understanding of how the arts work together in order to be effective advocates for their programs and their art.” Blending your craft with these inter-disciplinary skills will give you an edge when you go to seek jobs and opportunities in the arts world.
A key element to this initiative is the experiential learning requirement. All SOA students will gain professional experience through their choice of internship, faculty-mentored research projects in arts fields, or other opportunities.
Assistant Professor of Musicology
Professor of Musicology and Composition
Assistant Professor of Music Therapy
Assistant Professor of Piano
Professor of Voice and Choral Activities
Assistant Professor of Violin
Associate Professor of Voice
Associate Professor of Voice and Assistant Director of the Petrie School of Music
Instructor of Accompanying
Coordinator, Contemporary Music and Composition
Associate Professor of Music Therapy
Dean of the School of the Arts; Associate Professor of Flute
Chair of Musicology and Composition, Mary Reynolds Babcock Professor of Music