Mark L Aldrich
|Cat. #||Term||Course #||Title|
|2478||01||MUS109||Popular Music in America|
|2481||02||MUS114||Introduction to Computers and Music|
|2483||01||MUS119||Fundamentals of Audio Engineering|
|2577||01||MUS310P||Computers and Music|
D.M.A. (Instrumental Conducting and Literature), Univ. of Colorado/Boulder
M.M. (Music Education/Instrumental Conducting), Univ. of Massachusetts/Amherst
B.M. (Music Education), Keene State College, New Hampshire
Dr. Aldrich has taught instrumental and choral music at high schools in Vermont, Massachusetts, and Colorado, as well as instrumental music, conducting, and music technology at universities in Maryland, West Virginia, and Massachusetts.
Dr. Aldrich is active as a conductor, clinician, and adjudicator. He is a member of College Band Directors National Association, Massachusetts Music Educators Association, and New England College Band Association (audition chair of the New England Intercollegiate Band and coordinator of the New England Solo and Ensemble Competition).
Ensembles: Salem State University Concert Band and Wind Ensemble
Classes: Conducting, Computers and Music, Audio Engineering
Dr. Aldrich's written publications include A Catalog of Folk Song Settings for Wind Band and a chapter (Saliferous Silence) in The Music Directors Cookbook, both by Meredith Music/Hal Leonard Music Publishers.