Head piano department Kansas State College, Hays, 1924-1926, James Millikin U., Decatur, Illinois, 1926-1928. Dean music Greensboro (North Carolina) College Music, 1934-1947. Department chairman music U. Mississippi, 1947-1969, professor piano and theory, 1966-1969, professor emeritus, 1969-1975.
Concert appearances Town Hall, New York City, Kimball Hall, Chicago. With Rochester Philharmonic, New York Civic, North Carolina Symphony, Brandenburg (German) Orchestra. Staff pianist radio station World International News Service, New York City, also WOR, 1930-1934.
Appearances Duke University, University North Carolina, French Embassy, Washington. Accompanist Isaac Stern (violinist), 1948, and others.
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