Dr. Jeffery McGhee
Voice - Associate Professor
location: 306 - Cox Hall
phone: (585) 594.6030

Courses Taught

Mus 1003  Applied Voice

MUS 309 Vocal Pedagogy

MUS 391 Vocal Lit I

MUS 491 Vocal Lit II

Mus 310 Musical Stage Performance


D.M A. in Vocal Performance, University of Wisconsin-Madison

M. M. in Vocal Performance, University of Akron

B.M. in Vocal Performance, University of Southern Mississippi


JEFFERY RONDOTSKY MCGHEE, baritone, is in his tenth year as assistant professor of voice at Roberts Wesleyan College. He received his doctor of musical arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where his Final DMA Research project was entitled, IN PURSUIT OF CONNECTEDNESS: A Learning Guide for Young Singers and those who Teach them. While at the University of Wisconsin- Madison, Jeffery played the roles of Alidoro in La Cenerentola, the poet in Salieri’s First the Music, then the Words, the Baron in La Traviata, the Leader in Lost in the Stars, and El Gallo in The Fantasticks. He received his bachelor of music degree from the University of Southern Mississippi, and his master’s degree from the University of Akron. At Akron, Jeffery performed as Sid in Albert Herring, Matt in The Fantasticks, and the poet in Kismet. He was also soloist with the Akron Symphony Chorus in performances of Faure’s Requiem.  In a season with Opera for the Young, Jeffery portrayed the role of Belcore in The Elixir of Love. He has also performed the roles of the Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance, and the Counsel in Trial by Jury with the Ohio Light Opera company. In 2009, Dr. McGhee was the featured soloist with the Rochester Oratorio Society in their Partners in Freedom: Lincoln and Douglass concert which also featured The Morgan State University Choir and the Bach Children’s Chorus.  Dr. McGhee is currently recording a CD of hymns, spirituals, and spiritual songs, accompanied by RWC faculty member Dr. Michael Landrum.