Rebecca Wunch
Mary A. Spadafor Endowed Chair of Music, D’Angelo Department of Music; Director, Sullivan Conservatory of Music, Instructor, Clarinet, Theory/Aural Skills, Woodwind Ensemble
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M.M., Music Theory and Clarinet Performance, Bowling Green University
B.M., Clarinet Performance, Duquesne University

Courses Taught:
MUS 101: Theory I
MUS 102: Theory II
MUS 201: Theory III
MUS 202: Theory IV
MUS 111: Aural Skills I
MUS 112: Aural Skills II
MUS 211: Aural Skills III
MUS 212: Aural Skills IV
MUS 109/113: Theory/Aural Lab I and II
MUS 170-470: Clarinet
MUS 145-445: Woodwind Ensemble (Clarinet Choir and Sax Quartet)

Interests and Professional Activity:
Theory pedagogy, performance analysis, woodwind pedagogy, piano pedagogy, jazz harmony and ear training, arranging, and woodwind doubling.

In addition to teaching and performing at Mercyhurst, Rebecca gives private lessons to area music students through the Sullivan Conservatory, plays piano and organ for the Westminster Presbyterian church services and choir, and performs with the Misery Bay Big Band and Presque Isle Sax Quartet.