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Andrew Fowler

Lecturer

Jonathan Doe
Contact Andrew Fowler
afowler@coastal.edu

EHFA 132

Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10:00AM - 12:00PM

You are the music while the music lasts.” -T.S Eliot

Biography

Andrew Fowler is a composer, pianist, and vocalist. His eclectic output reflects a wide ranging interest in music of all kinds, from Bach to the Beatles. His works have received acclaim in venues such as Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Nobel Conference on Peace, and Piccolo Spoleto. His song cycle "Songs of Travel" has been selected as part of the College Music Society International Conference to be held in Sydney, Australia in July, 2017. His interest in local and state history has led to the creation of works such as Lowcountry Voices, Over Yonder’s Ocean, Tales of the King’s Highway, and his opera The Prince of Tides, based on Pat Conroy’s celebrated novel.

Education

Ph.D Music Theory: Univ. of Texas at Austin

M.A. Music Theory: Univ. of South Carolina

B.A. Piano Performance: Univ. of South Carolina

Publications

"Franz Liszt’s ‘Années de pelerinage’ as Megacycle,” Journal of the American Liszt Society,( 1996) Vol. 40.

“Robert Schumann and the ‘Real’ Davidsbundler,” The College Music Symposium, (1990) vol. 30

Teaching Areas: 

music theory, aural skill/sight singing