Oboe Professor to Celebrate Female Composers at Spring Conferences

Friday, December 14, 2018

Dr. Elizabeth Sullivan, assistant professor of oboe, will present music by female composers at two spring conferences. At the College Music Society Southern Regional Chapter Annual Conference, to be hosted February 28-March 2 at the University of Central Florida, she will present "Celebrating 21st Century Composers" a recital program that will feature the works of  American composersThea Musgrave and Haley Woodrow. The following week, Sullivan's trio, Trio Village, will perform Marilyn Shrude's "Litanies" at the Music By Women International Conference, hosted at Mississippi University for Women. 

Sullivan holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree and Master of Music degree from the University of Illinois. Prior to joining the UNC Charlotte music faculty, she was the oboe instructor at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.