Faculty and Staff

Mecham Mark L. Mecham, Chair and Clark and Edna Carmean Distinguished Professor of Music
B.M., University of Utah; M.M., University of Utah; D.M.A., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Professor Mecham's doctorate is in choral music, and he has experience in choral conducting, music education, and voice. Conductor of the LVC Concert Choir and Chamber Choir, Dr. Mecham also serves as an adjudicator, clinician, and consultant.

Telephone: 717-867-6275
Address: Blair 114
Email: mecham@lvc.edu



Dietrich Johannes Dietrich, Newton and Adelaide Burgner Endowed Professor of Instrumental Music
B.M., Montana State University; M.M., University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music; D.M.A., University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music

Dr. Johannes Dietrich, a native of Bozeman, Montana, joined the faculty of Lebanon Valley College in 1995. As the Newton and Adelaide Burgner Professor in Instrumental Music, Dietrich directs the LVC Symphony Orchestra, teaches conducting, string methods, applied violin and viola, and coaches chamber music ensembles. As a violinist and chamber musician, he has performed throughout the United States, as well as in Austria and Italy. He has released two CDs and has served as a conductor at festivals and for district, regional, and All-State orchestras from New Jersey to Montana. Dietrich is active as a clinician, regularly offering workshops throughout the northeast on violin technique, pedagogy, and ensemble playing. He has served as President of the Pennsylvania/Delaware String Teachers Association, and received that organization’s “Outstanding Orchestra Director of the Year” award.

Telephone: 717-867-6281
Address: Blair 217
Email: dietrich@lvc.edu
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Eggert Scott Eggert, Professor Emeritus of Music
B.F.A., University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee); M.A., University of Chicago; D.M.A., University of Kansas.

Eggert teaches music theory, composition, counterpoint, and orchestration. He is active as a composer and has premiered major works on and off campus.

Email: eggert@lvc.edu
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Fung Eric Fung, Associate Professor of Music
B.M., The Eastman School of Music; M.M., The Eastman School of Music; M.A., The Eastman School of Music; D.M.A., The Juilliard School

Eric Fung made his orchestral debut in 2000 with the Juilliard Orchestra in Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center. After winning the Johann Sebastian Bach International Competition (Leipzig) in 2002, he performed at the prestigious Hong Kong Arts Festival (2003) as an Exxon-Mobil Artist and was the concerto soloist with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra in 2004. In the same year, he made his solo debut at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, New York.

He had also performed in Berlin and Leipzig, Germany. In 2004, he was featured in a documentary, Young Chinese Musicians, produced by the Radio Television Hong Kong.

His piano teachers include Natalya Antonova, Martin Canin, and Oxana Yablonskaya; he also studied theory and analysis with Carl Schachter, Steven Laitz, and Matthew Brown.

Fung teaches applied piano, class piano, and music theory courses.

Telephone: 717-867-6288
Address: Blair 207
Email: fung@lvc.edu
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Heffner Christopher J. Heffner, Assistant Professor of Music
B.M., Western Kentucky University; M.M., University of Florida; Ph.D., University of Florida

Christopher J. Heffner taught initially at Todd County Central High School in Elkton, KY and currently serves as Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Instrumental Music Education at Lebanon Valley College. He directs the "Pride of the Valley" marching band, LVC symphonic band, and wind ensemble. Dr. Heffner also supervises student teachers, and teaches instrumental literature, fundamentals of conducting, and brass techniques. He remains active as a guest conductor and clinician working with groups from Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Florida. Dr. Heffner is a member of Music Educators National Conference, College Band Directors National Association, Pennsylvania Music Educators Association. He is also a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, and an honorary member of Kappa Kappa Psi, and Tau Beta Sigma.

Telephone: 717-867-6289
Address: Blair 209
Email: cheffner@lvc.edu



Hill Barry Hill, Professor of Music; Director of Music Recording Technology
B.S., University of North Carolina at Asheville; M.M., New York University; D.Ed., The Pennsylvania State University

A member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences and the Audio Engineering Society, Hill is responsible for developing curriculum, maintaining the on-campus recording studios, and teaching courses in the MRT program. As a recording engineer, he has a long list of album credits, including several national chart-placing singles; his knowledge of music technology has been employed in recording production, concert performances, theater sound design, theme park shows, system installations, workshops, and seminars. For fun, he teaches a graduate course, entitled Psychology of Music Teaching and Learning, for the Master of Music Education Program at LVC.

Telephone: 717-867-6285
Address: Blair 113
Email: hill@lvc.edu
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Lemons Mary L. Lemons, Professor of Music; Director of Music Education
B.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; M.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Ed.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Coordinator of music education, Dr. Lemons teaches music education methods courses, arranges and supervises music student teaching, and advises the campus MENC: The National Association for Music Education student chapter.

Telephone: 717-867-6279
Address: Blair 110
Email: lemons@lvc.edu



Lister Rebecca C. Lister, Associate Professor of Music
B.M., James Madison University; M.M., Florida State University; D.M..

Associate Professor of Music, Rebbeca Crow Lister, teaches voice lessons, vocal literature, vocal pedagogy, and diction. She maintains an active performing schedule having appeared several times as guest artist on various music series, including the St. Paul Early Music Series (St. Paul, MN), the Lebanon Community Arts Series (Lebanon, PA), and the Goodman Series (Harrisburg, PA). Though early music is her main point of interest, Lister performs repertoire from all style periods and is a strong supporter and performer of chamber music, contemporary music, music by female composers, and music by Hispanic composers. She is a frequent masterclass clinician at various schools and colleges, most recently at Converse College in Spartanburg, SC. She currently serves as the President for the Allegheny Chapter of the National Association for Teachings of Singing (NATS).

Telephone: 717-867-6290
Address: Blair 210
Email: lister@lvc.edu



Lovell Jeffrey Lovell, Assistant Professor of Music
A.S., Ricks College; B.M., Brigham Young University; M.A., Rutgers University; Ph.D., University of Oregon

Dr. Lovell has compiled a long list of original compositions and solo performances during his career as a jazz musician. He uses these experiences to help his students gain a passion for knowledge and a love of music. This dedication was recognized by his students when they awarded Dr. Lovell the Educator of the Year Award in 2013, noting that “Professor Lovell is known for his passion, both for music and teaching…he tirelessly pushes students to achieve more than they thought possible.” Dr. Lovell recently instituted the “Common Hour Jazz Jam,” a faculty-led jam session for aspiring jazz musicians where students work on improvisation skills by playing with faculty. In addition to coaching his students in their personal projects, he teaches music theory and aural skills, core music courses that develop student’s musicianship and overall understanding of music relationships.

Telephone: 717-867-6287
Address: Blair 208
Email: lovell@lvc.edu



Moorman-Stahlman Shelly Moorman-Stahlman, Professor of Music; College Organist
B.Mus., University of Missouri-Kansas City; M.M.; D.M.A., University of Iowa.

Professor Shelly Moorman-Stahlman teaches organ, piano, class piano, form and analysis, and church music courses. Her students have received top honors in numerous competitions. Prior to this position, she was the Director of Music at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Iowa City. She studied organ with Delbert Disselhorst, Dolores Bruch, John Ditto and Harald Vogel and piano with Santiago Rodriguez. A frequent organ and piano recitalist throughout the Midwest and East Coast, she has garnered an impressive array of competition credits which include Semi-Finalist at the St. Albans International Organ Competition in England, Audience Prize at Spivey International Organ Competition, Finalist in the Arthur Poister Competition, Second Prize in the MTNA National Wurlitzer Competition and Finalist, Region VI AGO Competition. She has been a featured artist at major venues in Washington D.C., New York City and across the Midwest.

Telephone: 717-867-6278
Address: Blair 11
Email: moorman@lvc.edu
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Morell Justin J. Morell, Assistant Professor of Music
B.A., University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); M.A., California State University, East Bay; Ph.D., University of Oregon

Dr. Morell has had an extensive professional career composing concert music, playing guitar, and working with many well-known performers—including Dizzy Gillespie, composer John Williams, and the Supremes—across the U.S. and internationally. While living in L.A., he led several ensembles, owned and operated a recording studio, and played guitar on several television and film projects, including Steven Spielberg’s “Catch Me If You Can.” Dr. Morell builds electronic gadgets for the guitar and teaches music theory, aural theory, and independent study projects for composition students. He is the creator of Pivot: A Music Theory Card Game that teaches students about chord root motion, including modulation and modal mixture. Dr. Morell recently released his latest album, Subjects and Complements.

Telephone: 717-867-6294
Address: Blair 216
Email: morell@lvc.edu
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Norris Renee Lapp Norris, Professor of Music
B.A., West Chester University; M.M., University of Maryland; Ph.D., University of Maryland

Renee Lapp Norris, an associate professor at Lebanon Valley College, teaches courses in European, North American, and non-Western music. She has presented papers for the American Musicological Society and the Society for American Music. Her article "Opera and the Mainstreaming of Blackface Minstrelsy" was published by the Journal of the Society of American Music. Her secondary interest is music history pedagogy.

Telephone: 717-867-6283
Address: Blair 111
Email: norris@lvc.edu



Rose Victoria Rose, Assistant Professor of Music
B.M., Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University; M.M., Towson State University

Teaching applied and class voice, Mrs. Rose is an active recitalist and oratorio soloist in Central Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.

Telephone: 717-867-6384
Address: Blair 24
Email: rose@lvc.edu



Snyder Jeffrey S. Snyder, Professor of Music; Director of Music Business
A.A., Pensacola Junior College; B.A., University of West Florida; M.S., Kutztown University.

Snyder is the Director of the Music Industry Program, as well as the Internship Director for both the Music Business and Music Recording programs. He coordinates the Music Industry Conference held at LVC each fall (LVCMIC). He served for 7 years on the board of directors for the Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association, 3 years as Vice President. He also serves on the Board of Advisors for the Capital Area School for the Arts in Harrisburg, as well as a coordinator of the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI). Snyder specializes in digital audio, electronic music, music industry, and graduate level music technology classes. He is a songwriter, keyboardist, guitarist, and before coming to LVC, he played and traveled with numerous bands of all styles. He also worked as a manager in music retail, played on multiple recordings, and composed soundtracks for videos.

Telephone: 717-867-6277
Address: Blair 112
Email: snyder@lvc.edu
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Strohman Thomas M. Strohman, Professor of Music
B.S., Lebanon Valley College; M.M., Towson University

Professor Strohman is responsible for woodwind studies, jazz studies, and directs the jazz ensembles. A founding member of the jazz ensemble "Third Stream," he has recorded for Columbia Artists.

Telephone: 717-867-6291
Address: Blair 211
Email: strohman@lvc.edu



Barraclough Michelle Barraclough, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.F.A., Indiana University of Pennsylvania; M.M., The Catholic University of America.

Adjunct professor Michelle Barraclough joined the LVC faculty in 2003. She teaches flute lessons, pedagogy, and literature courses, as well as coaches the LVC flute ensemble. Michelle is a native of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. She holds a BFA in Flute Performance from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Music degree in Flute Performance from Catholic University, where she studied with Alice Weinreb of the National Symphony Orchestra. She is a founding member of the Keystone Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Pennsylavnia composer Jack Stamp. She was a featured solo performer at the opening concert of the Delta Omicron triennial conference in Lousville, Kentucky in 2002. Michelle has performed locally with the Greater Harrisburg Concert Band, York Symphony Orchestra, Central PA Oratorio Singers, and the Susquehanna Chorale. She founded her own chamber trio, The Silverwood Trio, in 2003 with cellist Brenda Johnson and oboist Kirstin Gordon. The trio performs regularly

Telephone: 717-867-6914
Address: Blair 214
Email: barraclo@lvc.edu



Butts Beverly Ann K. Butts, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.S., Lebanon Valley College; M.M., Michigan State University; additional graduate study at New York University.

A well-known soloist, orchestral musician, and teacher in the region, Butts teaches applied clarinet, woodwind methods, clarinet literature and pedagogy courses, and directs the Clarinet Choir.

Telephone: 717-867-6296
Address: Blair 215
Email: butts@lvc.edu



Cadieux Marie-Aline Cadieux, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.A., University of Illinois; M.M., Northwestern University; Graduate Certificate in Performance, Northwestern University; D.M.A., Ohio State University

Dr. Cadieux, the recipient of the Pennsylvania/Delaware String Teachers Association Outstanding String Teacher Award, has performed across Europe. She has become an established presence in the Mid-Atlantic chamber music scene as a member of Duo Terlano and the Majore Trio. Cadieux served for many years as principal cellist for the Illinois Symphony and Illinois Chamber Orchestra. She was also principal cellist for festival orchestras at Aspen, the Blossom Music Festival, and Great Music West, and for traveling Broadway shows and dance companies such as the Mark Morris Dance Group. She brings extensive knowledge of all styles of orchestral playing to her students. Physically healthy playing and authentic, personal musicianship are the goals of her teaching, which she supports with a background in Alexander Technique and a thorough knowledge of performance styles from the Baroque era to the present.

Telephone: 717-867-6293
Address: Blair 12
Email: cadieux@lvc.edu
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Campbell Cheryl L. Campbell, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.A., Lebanon Valley College; M.M., Westminster Choir College of Rider University.

Adjunct Professor Campbell has taught class piano and private piano lessons at LVC since 2005. She serves as music director for her church in Bowmansville, PA., where her duties include being the organist, choir director, handbell choir director, orchestra director, and overseeing all aspects of the musical life of the church. When not teaching at LVC, she teaches piano in her private piano studio. She also serves as an adjudicator for the National Federation of Music Clubs Festival in Lancaster PA.

Telephone: 717-867-6913
Address: Blair 59
Email: ccampbel@lvc.edu



Campbell Christopher D. Campbell, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.S., Clarion University; M.M.E., Miami University, Oxford, OH; D.M.A., Shenandoah Conservatory of Shenandoah University.

Dr. Christopher D. Campbell has enjoyed being a music teacher in the Cornwall-Lebanon School District, in Lebanon, PA since 1993 where he is the director of the high school and elementary string program. Dr. Campbell graduated with a BS in Music Education from Clarion University, a MM in Music Education from Miami University, and a DMA in trumpet performance from the Shenandoah Conservatory of Shenandoah University. In addition to his teaching duties at Cornwall-Lebanon, Dr. Campbell is an adjunct professor of trumpet at Lebanon Valley College where he maintains an active studio of students and teaches classes in Trumpet Literature and Trumpet Pedagogy. As a performer, Dr. Campbell is a member of Basicly’ Brass, a professional brass quintet based in Reading, PA, plays solo cornet in the Lancaster British Brass Band, and can be heard in many regional chamber orchestras.

Telephone: 717-867-6918
Address: Blair 48
Email: campbell@lvc.edu



John E. Copenhaver, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.S., Lebanon Valley College; M.M., West Chester University

Copenhaver, a graduate of LVC, teaches trumpet at his alma mater. His extensive experience includes studying trumpet with Fred Erdman, Walter Gier, Skip Stine, Lloyd Baddorf, and Dr. Ken Laudermilch. Copenhaver is a frequent performer in a variety of musical venues throughout Central Pennsylvania. He has performed in concert with Andy Williams, Jack Jones, Diane Bish, Bob Newhart, The Manhattan Transfer, the Temptations, the Spinners, Regis Philbin, Petula Clark, Shari Lewis, Tommy Tune, Little Richard, The Four Tops, Bobby Vinton, Clay Aiken, and the Stars of the Lawrence Welk Show. Copenhaver is currently director of elementary bands and chair of the music department for the Lebanon School District. He currently performs with the Lancaster British Brass Band, By Request, and Susquehanna Brass.

Telephone: 717-867-6918
Address: Blair 48
Email: copenhav@lvc.edu



Erdman James A. Erdman, Adjunct Instructor of Music

James Erdman, was the former featured soloist and principal trombone of “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band, 1956 -1976. In 1983 he joined the adjunct faculty of Lebanon Valley College and received The Nevelyn J. Knisely Award for Inspirational Teaching in 2001. During his tenure at LVC he founded Quartet Die Posaunen, the nation’s first trombone “quartet in residence” in an American college or university. As an active member of the International Trombone Association, he has appeared as a soloist, clinician, and adjudicator. In 1985 the ITA recognized him for his “contribution to virtuoso solo trombone playing.” Mr. Erdman can be heard on the United States Marine Band’s Bicentennial (1798-1998) CD via Naxos.

Telephone: 717-867-6297
Address: Blair 213
Email: jerdman@lvc.edu



Fox Suzanne Daubert Fox, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.S., Lebanon Valley College; M.M., University of Miami.

Suzanne Daubert Fox teaches horn and horn pedagogy and literature courses. She has studied with James Thurmond, Jerry Peel and Mason Jones. She has served as principal horn in the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra and played 2nd and 4th horn in the Florida Philharmonic.

Telephone: 717-867-6916
Address: Blair 61
Email: fox@lvc.edu



Ai-Lin Hsieh, Adjunct Instructor of Music

Telephone: 717-867-6915
Address: Blair 108
Email: hsieh@lvc.edu



Linda W. Hummel, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music
B.S., Susquehanna University; M.A. Pennsylvania State University.

Music educator and vocal performer, Mrs. Hummel teaches Introduction to Music.

Telephone: 717-867-6915
Address: Blair 108
Email: hummel@lvc.edu



Robin Lilarose, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.S., Elizabethtown College.

An active performer in regional orchestras and chamber ensembles, Mrs. Lilarose teaches applied flute.

Telephone: 717-867-6914
Address: Blair 214
Email: lilarose@lvc.edu



Marchione Jill Marchione, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.M., Indiana University, Bloomington; M.M., Indiana University, Bloomington.

Jill Marchione, oboist, earned Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Oboe Performance from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana where she was a student of Jerry Sirucek. She was a member of the Evansville Philharmonic and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra and performed regularly with the Indianapolis Symphony and Opera. In 1991 she became principal oboist with the Royal Symphonic Orchestra of Seville, Spain. During a nine-season tenure there she appeared as soloist with the orchestra, performed and recorded with such soloists as tenor Placido Domingo and guitarist John Williams, and participated in the Casals Festival in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Currently Ms. Marchione is Principal Oboist with the York Symphony and plays regularly with the Harrisburg Symphony, Theatre Harrisburg, and the Allegro Chamber Orchestra of Lancaster. She has appeared as soloist with the Harrisburg Singers, the Lancaster Chamber Singers, the Susquehanna Chorale, and the Dickinson College Community Orchestra.

Telephone: 717-867-6916
Address: Blair 109
Email: marchion@lvc.edu



Mixon Joseph D. Mixon, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.A., Moravian College; M.M., Combs College of Music.

Joseph Mixon studied with Jazz guitar Vic Juris, Tony Ventura, Dennis Sandoli and classical guitar Joseph Mayes. He is th house guitarist at The Sands Casino Bethlehem, Pa. Mixon appears regularly at: Hershey Park, Musikfest, Steel Stacks and Mayfair. He is an International teacher and concert artist in Costa Rica, Nepal, and India. He is the founder and director of RPM Music Productions as well as the leader of The Big Wahu Caribbean, a national recording act.

Telephone: 717-867-6293
Address: Blair 12
Email: mixon@lvc.edu



Mullen Cheryl Mullen, Adjunct Instructor, Music

Mullen teaches “Copyrights, Contracts, & Cash” in the Music Business Program. She is president/creative director of RDSD Publishing, LLC., which includes ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC publishing companies, representing a catalog of more than 500 songs from talented artists/composers spanning the globe. As a publisher, Mullen has secured hundreds of placements in artist projects, film, television, commercials, and print. This former internet radio and TV show host is also a music business consultant, music supervisor, panelist for various music industry conferences, and voting member of NARAS (Grammy Awards). Mullen has performed on stages from Nashville to Pennsylvania, and has won awards for songwriting, performance, best new album, and female vocalist. Songs from her four independently released CDs have appeared internationally in film, television, and radio.

Telephone: 717-867-6275
Address: Blair 109
Email: mullen@lvc.edu
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Nowak Robert A. Nowak, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.S., Mansfield State College; M.M., University of Miami.

Adjunct Professor Robert Nowak, LVC percussion instructor since 1988, is a well-known figure in both academia as winner of the Nevelyn Knisely Award for Outstanding Teaching in 2001, and as a professional percussionist. He has played with Johnny Mathis, Tony Bennett, Bob Hope, Rosemary Clooney, Regis Philbin, Natalie Cole , and more. He currently tours with jazz guitar legend Al Martino. He has also played in the national tours of Chorus Line, Dream Girls, Ragtime, The Full Monty, and Beauty and the Beast. He is Principal-Percussionist of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic and Principal-Percussionist of the Reading Symphony Orchestra. Nowak also manufactures mahogany log drums, triangle holders and goose neck cymbal holders used by major symphony orchestra and music schools around the world. He is a member of the Percussive Arts Society and the Educational Team of Vic Firth, Inc.

Telephone: 717-867-6286
Address: Blair 13
Email: nowak@lvc.edu



Josh Tindall, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.A., Lebanon Valley College.

Telephone: 717-867-6913
Address: Blair 59
Email: jtindall@lvc.edu



Joe Trojcak, Adjunct Instructor in Music
B.A., West Chester University

Trojcak owns Progressive Enterprises Sound Studios, a facility that provides audio production for music, corporate, and political clients. He has taught one of the MRT recording classes, is a seminar speaker for the program, and hosts many of our interns.



Craig A. Underwood, Adjunct Instructor, Music

Telephone: 717-867-6275
Address: Blair 109
Email: underwoo@lvc.edu



Tom Volpicelli, Adjunct Instructor in Music
B.A., Gettysburg College.

A member of NARAS and AES, Volpicelli teaches the capstone Music Production Seminar course for the MRT program. He is CEO and president of The Mastering House, Inc., and has a long track record in the recording industry (notably live recording and mixing for the King Biscuit Flower Hour productions). His company offers mastering, authoring, production, and programming for multimedia and Internet-based applications.



Julie P. Wagner, Adjunct Instructor of Music
M.A., Itaca College.

Telephone: 717-867-6293
Address: Blair 12
Email: wagner@lvc.edu



Michael A. Wojdylak, Adjunct Instructor of Music
B.S., The Pennsylvania State University; M.AGR.; D.D.S., University of Maryland; B.A., Lebanon Valley College; M.M., Marywood University.

Wojdylak directs the college choir and teaches private voice lessons.

Telephone: 717-867-6917
Address: Blair 21
Email: wojdylak@lvc.edu



Timothy William Wolfe, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music

Telephone: 717-867-6275
Address: Blair 109
Email: twolfe@lvc.edu



William H. Fairlamb, Professor Emeritus of Music
Mus.B., cum laude, Philadelphia Conservatory.



Hearson Robert H. Hearson, Professor Emeritus of Music
B. Music, University of Iowa; M.A.; Ed.D., University of Illinois.

A low brass specialist, Dr. Hearson directed the bands, taught courses in instrumental music education and brass pedagogy, and supervised music student teaching activities. He was founder/director of the LVC Summer Music Camp and host conductor/ coordinator of the LVC Honors Band. He maintains a special interest in brass ensemble music, and is active as a performer, clinician, adjudicator, and guest conductor.

Email: hearson@lvc.edu



Philip G. Morgan, Professor Emeritus of Music
B.M.E., Pittsburg State University (Kansas); M.S..

Email: morgan@lvc.edu



Sweigart Dennis W. Sweigart, Professor Emeritus of Music
B.S., Lebanon Valley College; M.M., University of Michigan; D.M.A., University of Iowa.

Dr. Sweigart teaches applied piano and courses in keyboard harmony, form and analysis, piano literature and pedagogy. He regularly performs as a soloist and as an accompanist.

Telephone: 717-867-6915
Address: Blair 48
Email: sweigart@lvc.edu



Support Staff

Atkins Deborah L. Atkins, Administrative Assistant for Music

Telephone: 717-867-6275
Address: Blair 109
Email: atkins@lvc.edu



Doeing Leslie Doeing, Administrative Assistant for Music and Sociology

Telephone: 717-867-6246
Address: Blair 109 and Humanities 206
Email: doeing@lvc.edu