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Alice Meyer
Assistant Professor of Clarinet and Theory

MeyerA@roberts.edu
Cox Hall, Rm. 111 | (585) 594-6563
M.M. in Theory Pedagogy - Eastman School of Music
B.M. Clarinet Performance - Eastman School of Music

Alice Meyer has taught at Roberts Wesleyan College since 1985, teaching Applied Clarinet, Clarinet Choir, Music Theory, and Aural Skills.  She earned both her Master of Music Degree in Pedagogy of Music Theory, and her Bachelor of Music Degree in Applied Music and Performer’s Certificate from the Eastman School of Music.  Her teachers include D. Stanley Hasty, Daniel Johnston, and Richard Joiner.  She is a member of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Clarinet Section, and also has played with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra and the Rochester Chamber Orchestra.  She has played in concerts with the Society for Chamber Music in Rochester and performs frequently throughout the Rochester area.  In March of 2008, Meyer performed with colleague Michael Landrum at the American Music Theatre in Lancaster, PA.  Meyer is a contributor and reviewer for The Clarinet, the quarterly magazine of the International Clarinet Association.  She has taught at the Csehy Summer School of Music in Philadelphia, PA for the past five years. 

Courses:

MUS 101 Theory I                            
MUS 102 Theory II
MUS 101A Aural Skills I
MUS 102A Aural Skills II
MUS 200A Aural Skills III
MUS 267 Clarinet Choir
MUS 1015 Applied Clarinet