The Music Division offers graduate studies leading to the Master of Music degree with majors in music education (including concentrations in advanced conducting) and performance. Individualized curriculum possibilities are designed to meet student interests and needs while offering a balanced program of academic and professional courses.
All applicants must meet the admission requirements of the Graduate School and the Division of Music. Students must have a baccalaureate degree in music.
For more detailed information on admission requirements of specific degree programs, financial assistance, and graduate assistantships, write the Chair of the Music Division, Class of 1944 Hall, The University of Maine, Orono, Maine 04469, (207) 581-1244.
Laura Artesani, D.M.A. (West Virginia, 1997), Associate Professor. Keyboard musicianship, music history, music education.
Dan Barrett, D.M.A. (Arizona State, 2009), Lecturer. Trombone, theory, jazz.
Jack Burt, D.M.A. (Texas, 1995), Associate Professor. Trumpet, brass ensemble, music theory, jazz band.
Dennis Cox, D.M.A. (Missouri at Kansas City, 1978), Professor Emeritus. Choral music, music education.
Lix Downing, M.M. (Colorado at Boulder, 1982), Instructor. Flute.
Curvin Farnham, M.M. (Vandercook College of Music, 1982), Professor Emeritus, School of Performing Arts. Band, music education.
Louis Hall, Ed.D. (Illinois, 1979), Professor Emeritus. Music education, oboe.
Ludlow Hallman, Kapellmeister Diploma (Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria, 1970), Professor Emeritus. Voice, opera workshop, choral music.
Stuart Marrs, D.M. (Indiana, 1989), Professor and Graduate Coordinator. Percussion, music history.
Nancy Ogle, M.M. (Indiana, 1976), Professor. Voice, opera workshop.
Phillip Silver, D.M.A. (Washington, 1992), Professor. Piano accompanying, music history.
Baycka Voronietzky, M.M. (Massachusetts, 1974), Professor Emeritus. Music theory, piano.
Christopher White, M.M. (Maine, 1994), Lecturer. Sports Bands.
Anatole Wieck, D.M.A. (Juillard, 1987), Professor. Violin, viola, orchestra.
Beth Wiemann, Ph.D. (Princeton, 1994), Professor and Music Chair. Clarinet, theory, composition.