Bachelor in Music, Oberlin College, 1960. Master of Arts in Music History, Harvard University, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy in Music, University Pennsylvania, 1987.
Doctor of Philosophy in Ethnomusicology, University Maryland Baltimore County, 1998.
Instructor music Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1968—1987, artist faculty in music, 1987—1992, director Collegium Musicum, 1988—1992, contributing faculty in flute, 1993—1994, 1996—2000. Visiting assistant professor music history Temple University, Philadelphia, 1994—1995. Adjunct assistant professor music history Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, 1998—2000.
Visiting assistant professor music George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, 2000—2001, assistant professor music, since 2001, director World Music Studies. Board governors American Musical Instrument Society, 1996—2002. Judge Indian music competition University Maryland Baltimore County, 1985—1990, since 1998.
Project evaluator National Endowment for Humanities, 1995. Founder Consortium Musicum, 1986—1989. Lecturer in field; member undergraduate curriculum committee Boyer College Music Temple University, 1994—1995.
Committees Dickinson College, 1982—1991. Author & host Artist-in-Residence program Dickinson College, 1984. Session chairman American Orff-Schulwerk Association National Conference, Philadelphia, 1994.
Summer adjunct faculty Eastman School Music University Rochester, 1994, 2004.
Member of Society Ethnomusicology, National Flute Association, Galpin Society, College Music Society, American Musicological Society, American Musical Instrument Society, Renaissance Society of America, Mid-Atlantic Region Association for Asian Studies, Independent Scholars of Southern Asia.
Married Truman C. Bullard, September 8, 1962. Children: Charles Martin, Dexter Gregory.