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Malcolm Haughton Holmes

music educator

Malcolm Haughton Holmes, music educator. Member Music Teachers National Association (Executive Committee 1947-1950), Harvard Museum Association (director), Delta Upsilon, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Pi Kappa Lambda, Tau Zeta Epsilon (honorary), Pierian Sodality of 1808.; Club: Harvard (Boston).

Background

Holmes, Malcolm Haughton was born on August 2, 1906 in Brockton, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Charles W. and Ethel M. (Holmes) Holmes.

Education

Graduate student, 1928-1931.

Career

Instructor music faculty Wellesley College, 1933-1943. Faculty Berkshire Music Centre, 1940-1941. Member of faculty New England Conservatory, Boston, since 1944, dean since 1945.

Member of faculty Greenwood Chamber Music Camp, Cummington, Massachusetts, since 1947. Conductor Harvard Orchestra, 1932-1950, Radcliffe College Orchestra, 1935-1950, Harvard Band since 1942. Guest conductor Boston Symphony Pops and Esplanade Concerts since 1938.

Works

  • Author: Conducting the Amateur Orchestra, 1951. 2 publications of music.

Membership

Member Music Teachers National Association (Executive Committee 1947-1950), Harvard Museum Association (director), Delta Upsilon, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Pi Kappa Lambda, Tau Zeta Epsilon (honorary), Pierian Sodality of 1808. Club: Harvard (Boston).

Connections

father:
Charles W. Holmes

mother:
Ethel M. (Holmes) Holmes