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Marc Benamou
Professor of Music

Keith Cozart Steele
Instructor of Music

Jessica Hajek
Adjunct Instructor of Music

Doug Johnson
Assistant Director of Choral Activities

Pavel Polanco-Safadit
Adjunct Instructor of Music

Chris Rogan
Visiting Assistant Professor of Music

Forrest Tobey
Professor of Music

Jeff Templeton
Administrative Assistant for the Visual and Performing Arts

Areas of Specialty

Marc Benamou — Javanese Gamelan; Ethnomusicology
Keith Cozart Steele — Percussion Director
Jessica Hajek — Ethnomusicology
Doug Johnson — Director of Choral Activities
Patrick Piper — Gospel Revelations Music Director
Pavel Polanco-Safadit — Jazz Ensemble Director
Chris Rogan — Music Theory, Musicianship and Applied Piano
Forrest Tobey — Orchestra, Music Theory and Music Technology

Applied Studio Instruction

Caryl Bailey
Piano Instructor
baileca@earlham.edu

Richard Begel
Trombone Instructor
richbeg@gmail.com

Elaine Bergman
Flute Instructor
betterliving@etczone.com

Thaddeus Bourne
Voice Instructor

Julie Collins
Oboe Instructor
yesjuliecollins@gmail.com

Robert Dixon
Saxophone Instructor
rob@indyjazzfest.net

Charlie Estes
Guitar Instructor
charlieestes@frontier.com

Joanne King
Harp Instructor
jjking@bsu.edu

Lynnell Lewis
Voice Instructor
lynnell@mirabaimusic.com

Michael Majors
Bassoon Instructor
majormi@earlham.edu

Anton Neumayr
Bass Instructor
aneumayr@cinci.rr.com

Kevin Nordstrom
Violin/Viola Instructor
knordstrom86@gmail.com

Abby O'Neal
Percussion Instructor
onealab@earlham.edu

David Palmer
Composition Instructor

Patrick Piper
Gospel Revelations
Music Director

Charles Ramsey
Guitar/Electric Guitar Instructor
ramsech@earlham.edu

Erin Roesch
Clarinet Instructor
ceroesch1998@gmail.com

Michael Ronstadt
Cello Instructor

Sean Vore
French Horn Instructor
seanvore@gmail.com

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