John Patten Marshall Edit Profile
Public school education. Studied music in Boston with Edward Alexander MacDowell, Benjamin Johnson Lang, George Whitfield Chadwick and Homer Albert Norris, 1895-1900. Honorary Museum Doctor, Holy Cross College in 1927.
Honorary fellow Trinity College of Music, London, 1933.
1 son, John Geiger; married second, Miriam Brooke Smith, July 25, 1930. Organist St. John’s Church, Boston, 1896-1903. Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1909-1918, First Church, 1909-1926.
Professor music Boston University, since 1902. Director music, Middlesex School, Concord, Massachusetts, 1902-1912. Lecturer on music, Harvard Summer School, 1908-1911, University Extension, since 1911.
Captain United States of America, 1919. Development specialist in music, General Staff, United States of America, 1920-1922. Lecturer on music Holy Cross College, 1925-1929.
Dean College of Music, Boston University, since 1928. Dean N.E. Chapter American Guild Organists, 1925-1929. Master of music, American section, Anglo-American Music Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1931.
Married Emily Geiger, November 24, 1903.; married second, Miriam Brooke Smith, July 25, 1930.