Beverly Howard, D.M.A.
Professor of Music
Office Phone: (951) 343-4252 E-mail: email@example.com Office Location: JoAnn Hawkins Music Building, Room 223 Office Hours:
|D.M.A.||Organ, Theory||University of North Texas|
|M.M.||Organ, Theory||University of Oklahoma|
|B.M.||Organ, Theory||University of Oklahoma|
Music Theory I, II, III, IV
Music in Worship
Form and Analysis
Music in Global Studies
Experiences in Music Technology
Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests
Developing electronic courseware for music theory
20th-century organ/trumpet literature
Teaching Fellow in Organ; University of North Texas, Denton, TX
Instructor of Music - Studio Piano and Music Theory; Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, MO
Graduate Associate, Class and Studio Piano; University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Research, Presentations, & Publications
Member, Presbyterian Committee on Congregational Song
Editor, The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song
Member, Format and Organization Committee, Celebrating Grace: A Hymnal for Baptist Worship
"It' Not Your Grandparents' Hymnology Course." Annual Conference of The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada, 2011.
"Java Hot Potatoes: Interactive Drills for Music Theory." Electronic Showcase, College Music Society Annual Meeting, 2009.
“Finish Line.” Premiere of work for trumpet/organ and multimedia. International Trumpet Guild Conference. 2003.
“Strategies for Teaching Hymnology in a Multimedia Culture.” HSUSC Annual Meeting. 2000.
“Electronic Poster Presentation: Error Detection Assistant." ATMI. 1999.
“Electronic Poster Presentation: Voice-Leading Guide.” Institute of Music Research UTSA. 1999.
“Strategies for Teaching Music Theory in a Multimedia Culture.” CMS: Southern Pacific Chapter. 1998.
“Faculty Portfolios: A New Way to Document Excellence in Teaching.” Panelist ICCUFA. 1994.
“Constructing Integrated Syllabi: Creating a Place at the Table.” Eastern University. 1994.
“Teaching in the Mother Tongue: Effective Images for Leading and Learning.” Eastern University. 1993.
“Music for Baroque Trumpet and Organ: More than Voluntaries.” Redlands Organ Festival. 1993
“20th-Century Music for Trumpet and Organ.” Redlands Organ Festival. 1993
“Women of Note: A Lecture Recital of Vocal Music.” CMS: Pacific Southern Chapter. 1991.
“Music for Baroque Trumpet and Organ: More than Voluntaries.” CMS: Pacific Southern Chapter. 1991.
“20th-Century Music for Trumpet and Organ by American Composers.” CMS Annual Meeting. 1988.
“Ceremony.” Premiere of work for trumpet and organ. International Trumpet Guild Conference. 1987.
"Why Sing Global Songs." The Presbyterian Leader.com. (August 17, 2011).
"The Hymnal as a Denominational Scrapbook." The Presbyterian Leader.com. (January 26, 2011).
“Dancing with the Tribes: Strategies for Teaching Hymnology in a Multimedia Culture.” The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song 52.3 (2001): 6-10.
“Hymn Performance: ‘Cuando el Pobre.’ ” The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song 52.1 (2001): 48-49.
“Hymn Performance: ‘O Sacred Head Now wounded.’ ” The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song 52.2 (2001): 47-48.
“Hymn Performance: An Advent Hymn: ‘To a Maid Engaged to Joseph.’ ”The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song 52.4 (2001): 44-45.
“Research Report: P. Boyd Smith Hymnology Collection at California Baptist University.” The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song 50.3 (1999): 42.
“Church Music Curriculum and the Final Frontier.” Journal of the Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Church Music Conference. (1997).
“Women of Hymnody: Voices of Faith.” Daughters of Sarah. 21:4 (1995): 44-46.
“The Trumpet and Organ Works of Daniel Pinkham: An Organist’s Perspective.” International Trumpet Guild Journal, 18.3 (1994): 35-41.
“Of Barometers, Rocking Chairs, Boxing Rings and Mulligan Stew: The Collegiate Response to Contemporary Trends in Church Music.” Journal of the Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Church Music Conference. (1993).
“Original Music for Trumpet and Organ: A Survey with Performance Suggestions.” Diapason (1988).
Presbyterian Committee on Congregational Song
Church Membership & Activities
Calvary Presbyterian Church, Riverside, CA
Community Service & Involvement
Riverside Community Orchestra, Cello
"The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.”
Frederick Buechner, Wishful Thinking: A Seeker’s ABC