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conductor , Music educator

Jeffrey Gerald Schoyen, music educator, conductor. ARCM Royal College Music, London, 1984. Recipient Gustav Gulden award, Tanglewood, 1981; grantee Beebe grant for Musicians, 1983, Chamber Music Rural Residency grant, North-East Arts, 1994. Member of College Music Society.

Background

Schoyen, Jeffrey Gerald was born on December 19, 1960 in Atlanta. Son of Gerald Hjalmer and Sybil Gabrielle (Carey) Schoyen.

Education

Bachelor of Music, New England Conservatory, 1983. Master of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, 1990. DMA, Stony Brook University, 1994.

Career

Principal cellist Filarmonica del Bajio, Guanajunto, Mexico, 1984—1996. Musician Louisiana Philharmonic, New Orleans, 1995—1998. Assistant professor./conductor University Nebraska, Kearney, 1998—2001.

Visiting assistant professor University Dayton, Ohio, 2001—2005. Assistant professor Salisbury University, Maryland, since 2005. Conductor Salisbury Symphony Orchestra, since 2005.

Achievements

  • ARCM Royal College Music, London, 1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Active recitalist: cello Tour of Mexico, 2005.

Membership

Member of College Music Society.

Connections

Married Sachiho Cynthia Murosugi-Schoyen. Children: Miyuki, Teiji.

father:
Gerald Hjalmer Schoyen

mother:
Sybil Gabrielle (Carey) Schoyen

spouse:
Sachiho Cynthia Murosugi-Schoyen

child:
Miyuki Schoyen

child:
Teiji Schoyen