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Alexander Woller

Adjunct Instructor of Music

Contact Information

OFFICE: D'Angelo 34
PHONE: 814-824-2394
About Dr. Woller

    Ph.D, ABD, Musicology, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

    M.M., Musicology, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

    B.A., Music and Anthropology, University of Notre Dame

    MUS 104: Music History I

    MUS 105: Music History II

    MUS 114: Music & Media

    MUS 206: Orchestra and Chamber Music Literature

    Originally from Houston, Texas, Alex Woller is a musicologist who specializes in the study of popular music and representations of gender in the genre of blues-rock. Alex has presented original research at meetings of the Society for American Music, the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, and the Popular Culture Association. Alex’s primary instrument is voice, and he has been in a number of vocal ensembles ranging from the TMEA All-State choir in high school to his most recent participation in the Erie Philharmonic Chorus. Alex has also enjoyed roles in musical theater and opera productions ranging from Pirates of Penzance to Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. When he is not engaging in musical research or performance, Alex likes to spend his time building scale models, homebrewing, and collecting records.