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pianist , comparative arts educator

Maryanne Montgomery, American comparative arts educator, pianist. Graduate fellow Ohio University, Athens, 1989. Member College Art Association, Musicological Society of America.

Background

Montgomery, Maryanne was born on March 31, 1931 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Joseph Aloysius Budzinski and Theresa Graikowski.

Education

Bachelor in Music, Mary Manse College, 1957. Diploma in Higher Gregorian Studies, Gregorian Institute, Paris, 1960. Master in Musicology, University Michigan, 1964.

Doctor of Philosophy in Comparative Arts, Ohio University, 1989.

Career

Teacher music and English St. Ursula Academy, Toledo, 1952-1957. Teacher music history Mary Manse College, 1957-1963. Assistant professor music history Oakland Community College, Union Lake, Michigan, 1966-1973.

Professor, director music St. Mary's College, Orchard Lake, 1973-1975. Teacher music history University Michigan, Dearborn, 1975-1977. Teacher piano, music history University San Diego, 1982-1985, Salem College, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1984-1985.

Graduate assistant comparative arts Ohio University, Athens, 1985-1989. Professor humanities and art history Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri, 1989-1998, professor emeritus, 1998. Soprano Kennth Jewell Chorale, Detroit, 1964-1970.

Pianist Local Musical Organizations, Detroit, 1964-1977.

Membership

Member College Art Association, Musicological Society of America.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Books, concerts, museums.

Connections

father:
Joseph Aloysius Budzinski

mother:
Theresa Graikowski