Guitar - Adjunct Professor
MUS 1020 Applied Guitar
MUS 280 Guitar Class
MUS 267 Guitar Ensemble
MUS 5520 Graduate Applied Guitar
MUS 213 Fretboard Harmony
MUS 313 Guitar Pedagogy
D.M.A. Guitar Performance and Literature, Eastman School of Music
M. M. Guitar Performance, University of Buffalo
B.M. in Guitar Performance, Empire State College
Guitarist Timothy Shannon has performed throughout the country as a soloist, and in a variety of chamber music settings. His performance of the music of Villa Lobos has been described as “magical” and “inspired” (Jonathan Dunsby, Eastman School Of Music) He has collaborated with artists such as internationally acclaimed soprano Aprile Millo, guitarist Petar Kodzas, and is a founding member of the Rochester Guitar Duo.
Dr. Shannon currently teaches at Roberts Wesleyan College and the Hochstein Music School, both located in Rochester, NY. Since joining the faculty at Roberts Wesleyan, Dr. Shannon has established the RWC Guitar Ensemble and the Guitar Performance Program, where he integrates the study of Guitar Pedagogy and the history and literature of the guitar.
Timothy Shannon completed his doctoral studies at the Eastman School of Music under the direction of Nicholas Goluses. In addition to his guitar studies at Eastman Timothy also studied Baroque performance practice with world-renown lutenist Paul O’Dette. During his years as a student Timothy also studied with Joanne Castellani of the Castellani - Andriaccio Duo, as well as taken master classes with Christopher Parkening, Sharon Isbin, and the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet. He lives in Rochester, NY with his wife, Donna, and their daughter Kate.