Program Coordinator

Anita JeroschAnita Jerosch, Ph.D.

Title: Music Program Coordinator, Assistant Professor Of Music
Email: anitaann.jerosch@maine.edu
Address: Music Dept, UMA Augusta Campus


Eric Allain

Eric D. Allain

Student Services Coordinator

Program Liaison for: Accounting,Architecture, Justice Studies, Music, Public Administration

UMA Augusta Campus
Phone:
207.621.3392
Email:  eric.allain@maine.edu

Schedule an academic advising meeting with Eric

Marilyn Buzy

Marilyn Buzy

Artist Faculty

Classical Percussion

Alan Carr

Alan Carr

Adjunct Instructor of Music
Bass trombonist Alan Carr, DMA is Director of Brass Studies and Assistant Professor of Music at George Mason University. He is also on faculty at the University of Maine at Augusta and New England Music Camp. Previously, he taught at Bates College and Concordia University Wisconsin. Dr. Carr has performed with orchestras throughout North America, … Read More
Erin Chenard

Erin Chenard

Artist Faculty in Voice

Voice

Erin Chenard is a soprano specializing in repertoire of the Baroque and Classical eras. A graduate of Westminster Choir College and the USM School of Music, she holds a B.M. in Voice Performance and an M.M. in Voice Pedagogy and Performance. She regularly performs with the St. Mary Schola, an early music ensemble devoted to … Read More
Noah Cole

Noah Cole

Recording Studio Manager and Adjunct Faculty

Audio Recording, Composition, Studio Ensemble

Marcia Gallagher

Marcia Gallagher

Adjunct Instructor of Music

Voice, Piano, Vocal Ensemble

Marcia attended UMA in the 80’s and immediately began her professional music career. She has gigged in rock bands, soul bands, and with jazz combos. She currently performs solo as a keyboard/vocalist. She has been an accompanist, organist, and musical director for community, High School, and professional theater groups. She has taught music privately since her … Read More
Christian Giddings

Christian Giddings, DMA

Artist Faculty in Voice

Christian Giddings is a conductor, composer, and music educator from Unity, Maine. He holds a D.M.A. in Choral Conducting from the University of Arizona and an M.M. and B.M. in Music Education from the University of Maine. He is a passionate educator and conductor and has worked with ensembles of all ages and ability levels. … Read More
Peter Herman

Peter Herman

Artist Faculty

Guitar

Peter Herman is a Maine based musician and multi-instrumentalist specializing in electric and acoustic guitar. Peter is rooted in strong fundamental skills and tradition. These skills and traditions serve as stepping stones towards composition of new and unique music. His music stems from a deep appreciation and knowledge of the guitarist's role in many genres … Read More
Scott Hughes

Scott Hughes

Artist Faculty

Guitar

Scott is one of the Northeast's busiest guitar instructors, teaching applied lessons/ensembles at UMA since 1998, along with a roster of 50+ weekly students outside the university system. He has been featured in Guitar Player magazine (July 1997 - "Spotlight" column, April/June 2014 - "Punching Holes in Scales" lesson series), and is endorsed by Dimarzio … Read More
Pam Jenkins

Pamela Jenkins

Adjunct Instructor of Music

Music History, Piano, Saxophone

Education & Experience B.A. Music Education, Saginaw Valley State University. M.M. Saxophone Performance with a secondary emphasis in Music Technology, Central Michigan University. Studies with Joseph Luloff, Michigan State University. Studies with Phil Woods, Delaware Water Gap. Studies with Bill Pierce, Berklee College of Music. Extensive work in concert and club performances in the United … Read More
Anita Jerosch

Anita Jerosch

Assistant Professor Of Music

Low Brass, Music Education, Music History, Brass Ensemble

Anita Jerosch, Ph.D, is Assistant Professor of Music and Department Coordinator at the University of Maine at Augusta. She holds a Ph.D. in Music and Education from the University of Maine, a M.M. in Trombone Performance from the University of Maine, and a B.M. in Jazz and Contemporary Music with a Trombone Performance concentration from … Read More
Christine Letcher

Christine Letcher

Lecturer in Music

Theory, Music History, Voice, Piano, Steel Drum Ensemble

Christine Letcher, M.M., is a Lecturer of Music at the University of Maine at Augusta. She teaches applied lessons in Piano and Voice, Music Theory courses, and 20th and 21st Century Music History. She is also the director of UMA’s newest steel drum ensemble. Christine received a Master of Music degree in piano performance from … Read More
John Mehrmann

John Mehrmann

Adjunct Instructor of Music

Composition, Piano, Percussion, Music History

John Mehrmann, M.M., writes music for choirs, orchestras, soloists, movies, kids' shows, commercials, churches, and more. He also performs music as a pianist, singer, conductor, percussionist, accordionist, and a few other roles. Visit mehrmannmusic.com to learn more about John and hear samples of his work. Education M.M. Composition, New England Conservatory B.M. Performance, University of … Read More
Eliza Meyer

Eliza Meyer

Artist Faculty

Cello, String Techniques

Cellist Eliza Meyer, M.M., performs regularly with chamber and orchestral ensembles around Maine, including the Portland and Bangor Symphonies. She is a founding member of Resinosa Ensemble, a trio formed in 2016 out of a love for performing chamber music, working with living composers, and offering music slightly off the beaten path. With that group, … Read More
Richard Nelson

Richard Nelson

Professor of Music

Composition, Theory, Music History, Guitar

Described as “an ambitious and daring composer” who has “come up with a distinctive synthesis of modern jazz, and contemporary orchestral music” (Dave Wayne, All About Jazz), composer/guitarist Richard Nelson, DMA, fosters a healthy creative interplay between the in-the-moment spontaneity of improvisational explorations and the more deliberately organized realms of composition. He is co-leader, guitarist, and … Read More
Jeff Rojo

Jeff Rojo

Artist Faculty

Classical Guitar, Jazz Guitar, Folk Ensemble

  Jeff Rojo, M.M., began his musical studies at age 13 in Mexico City. At an early age, Jeff was attracted to the guitar and was first mentored and guided by Bolero guitar legend, Alfredo "El Guero Gil" of the Trio Los Panchos. Throughout his career, he has collaborated with a wide number of musicians … Read More
Brian Adler

Brian Shankar Adler

Artist Faculty

Percussion, Composition, World Music, Global Rhythms Ensemble

Brian Shankar Adler is a multidisciplinary drummer, percussionist, and composer. He has been described as “a polyrhythmic force… New York City gritty yet still somehow capable of evoking the delicacy of a summer breeze…” by Brad Cohan, JazzTimes. Adler has worked with La Bomba De Tiempo, Sheila Jordan, Guillermo Klein, Michael Leonhart, Frank London, Kate … Read More
Tom Suczek

Thomas Suczek

Artist Faculty

Piano, Composition, Theory

Thomas Suczek, M.M., is an Instructor of Music at the University of Maine at Augusta. He teaches applied lessons in Piano. Suczek is a piano teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area. He provides instruction and coaching in piano technique, ear training, sight reading, keyboard harmony, arranging, and improvisation. He has an avid interest in … Read More
Linda Theriault

Linda Theriault

Artist Faculty

Violin, Viola, Chamber Ensemble

For almost two decades, Linda Theriault, M.M., played viola for the National Symphony Orchestra of Taiwan. There, she performed much of the major symphonic repertoire under the aegis of conductors like Lorin Maazel, Wen-Ping Chien, Urs Schneider, Uri Mayer, Joseph Silverstein, Gunther Herbig, Shao-Chia Lu and Jahja Ling. The NSO worked with many luminaries in … Read More
Mark Tipton

Mark Tipton

Artist Faculty

Trumpet, Composition, Theory

Mark Tipton, M.M., is a graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy, holds a BM from the Oberlin Conservatory, an MM from the Mannes College of Music (NYC), and attended the 2005 Henry Mancini Institute at UCLA. He has studied trumpet with Jack Sutte (Cleveland Orchestra), Roy Poper (Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra), Ryan Anthony (Canadian Brass), … Read More
Krysia Tripp

Krysia Tripp

Artist Faculty in Flute

Krysia Tripp received an M. M. from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and studied with Thomas Nyfenger at Yale. Other influential teachers include Leone Buyse, Robert Willoughby, Jack Wellbaum, and Julius Baker. She has concertized in the U.S. and Europe and has had the opportunity to collaborate with a diverse group of artists including Luciano … Read More