Gene Trantham

Gene Trantham 71198

Position: Associate Professor (theory)
Phone: 419-372-0522
Address: 2011 Moore Musical Arts Center

Coordinator of music theory; master’s from the University of Missouri at Kansas City and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin at Madison; recipient of the 1997 Distinguished Teaching Award from Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; formerly on the faculty at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey; serves as a music theory consultant for the College Board and is active in the AP Music Theory program; directed the Ohio Ambassador Chorus, an ensemble of high school singers, on their biannual tour of Europe; author of Instructor's Resources to accompany The Musician's Guide to Theory and Analysis from WW Norton; publications appear in College Music Symposium, Sixteenth Century Journal, TDML ejournal and Musical Insights; presented papers at the International Technological Directions in Music Learning conference and at the national meetings of the Society for Music Theory, the Association for Technology in Music Instruction and the College Music Society including recent presentations on harmonic patterns in Frescobaldi’s toccatas and the relationship between analysis and performance; serves on the board of the Macro Analysis Creative Research Organization at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and as president of the College Music Society’s Great Lakes chapter.