Conservatory Names Two New Faculty: Erika Honisch and Martin Hackleman
The UMKC Conservatory is pleased to announce two new additions to the faculty: Erika Honisch and Martin Hackleman.
Erika Honisch is Assistant Professor of Musicology and begins her post fall 2012. She recently published "The transmission of the polyphonic Amen in the early fifteenth century" in PLAINSONG AND MEDIEVAL MUSIC, VOLUME 21, ISSUE 01. She has a PhD from the University of Chicago and is a seventeenth-century scholar. She is the winner of year-long fellowships from the American Musicological Society and the Mellon Foundation and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto.
Martin Hackleman is Artist in Residence and Associate Teaching Professor of Horn and begins his post fall 2012. He has been the principal horn of the National Symphony Orchestra since 2000, No stranger to the field of music education, Hackleman has published étude books (now in a third printing) for the horn that are required repertoire at the Royal Conservatory in London, England and the University of Michigan. He has been on the faculty of the University of Maryland, Boston University, and the University of British Columbia, and has given master classes at Juilliard, the Manhattan School, Curtis, and UCLA.
For more information, please contact:
Name: Dana Self