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Music educator

William Clayton Powell, music educator. Member of College Music Society, American Choral Directors Association (southwestern division R&S chair on ethnic/multicultural perspectives 1997—2000), Arkansas Choral Directors Association (state R&S chair on ethnic/multicultural perspectives 1995-1997), Music Educators National Conference.

Background

Powell, William Clayton was born on April 12, 1962 in Americus, Georgia, United States. Son of William and Emma Powell.

Education

Bachelor in Music. Education, Alabama State University, 1984. Master of Music in Music Education, Westminster Choir College, 1987. Doctor of Philosophy in Music Education, Florida State University, 1993.

Career

Instructor music Selma (Alabama) University, 1987—1988. Music teacher Savannah (Georgia)-Chatham Company Public Schools, 1988—1990. Graduate teaching assistant Florida State University, Tallahassee, 1990—1993.

Associate professor Philander Smith College, Little Rock, 1993—2001. Assistant director choral activities Auburn (Alabama) University, since 2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer: (Choral arrangement) Gabi, Gabi, 1999, Ning Wendete, 2000.

Membership

Member of College Music Society, American Choral Directors Association (southwestern division R&S chair on ethnic/multicultural perspectives 1997—2000), Arkansas Choral Directors Association (state R&S chair on ethnic/multicultural perspectives 1995-1997), Music Educators National Conference.

Connections

Married Rosephanye T. Dunn. 1 child Camille.

father:
William Powell

mother:
Emma Powell

spouse:
Rosephanye T. Dunn

child:
Camille Powell