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Full-Time Faculty
Marc Benamou
Marc Benamou
Professor of Music

Javanese Gamelan;
Alexandra Grabarchuk
Alexandra Grabarchuk
Visiting Assistant
Professor of Music

Director of Choral Activities;
Historical and Popular
Forrest Tobey
Forrest Tobey
Professor of Music

Orchestra Director;
Music Theory and
Music Technology
Michael Young
Michael Young
Visiting Assistant
Professor of Music

Doug Johnson
Doug Johnson
Assistant Director of
Choral Activities
Ensemble Directors and Adjunct Professor
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Patrick Piper
Gospel Revelations
Music Director
Keith Cozart Steele

Hand-Drum Ensemble and
Rhythm Project Director
Percussion Instructor
Pavel Polanco-Safadit

Jazz Ensemble Director
Composition Instructor
Chris Rogan
Chris Rogan

Adjunct Music Professor

Professor of Music Theory I
Instructor of Piano
Applied Studio Instruction
Caryl Bailey
Piano Instructor
Richard Begel
Trombone Instructor
Elaine Bergman
Flute Instructor
Thaddeus Bourne
Voice Instructor
Julie Collins
Oboe Instructor
Robert Dixon
Saxophone Instructor
Charlie Estes
Guitar Instructor
Joanne King
Harp Instructor
Lynnell Lewis
Voice Instructor
Michael Majors
Bassoon Instructor
Anton Neumayr
Bass Instructor
Kevin Nordstrom
Violin/Viola Instructor
Abby O'Neal
Percussion Instructor
David Palmer
Composition Instructor
Charles Ramsey
Guitar/Electric Guitar Instructor
Erin Roesch
Clarinet Instructor
Chris Rogan
Piano Instructor
Michael Ronstadt
Cello Instructor
Sean Vore
French Horn Instructor

Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts, including the sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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801 National Road West
Richmond, Indiana
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