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1 Dr. Valerie L. Trollinger 230 European Drive, Fleetwood, PA Home: , Office: , Mobile: Webpage: EDUCATION Doctor of Music Education. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Minor fields: Bassoon Performance & Pedagogy, Instructional Systems Technology. Additional advanced course work in Vocal Pedagogy and Vocal Performance. Master of Music. Indiana University, Bloomington. IN. Major: Bassoon Performance. Minor fields: Vocal Performance and Opera Literature. Bachelor of Music Education. Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA. Major Performance Areas: Bassoon and Voice. Diploma. Wyomissing Area High School, Wyomissing, PA. Academic Track: Honors and Advanced Placement courses in English, Chemistry, and Music Theory ADDITIONAL EDUCATION Fellow in Medical Voice Pedagogy at Drexel University College of Medicine, Philly ENT Associates, Philadelphia, PA present PASSHE Online Teaching Certification Course AAUP Seminar on Assessment in General Education. Ellicott City, MD P age

2 Advanced Grant Writing Workshop. University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC. Doctoral studies in Bassoon Performance and Pedagogy & Artist Diploma. Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. Kodaly Level 1 Certification. Westminster Choir College, Princeton, NJ. Aspen Music School and Festival. Aspen, CO. Performed in the Festival and Chamber Orchestras and chamber music groups. Laboratory Work & Assistant, Experimental Psychology Rat Laboratory. Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA. Research areas included taste aversion, learned helplessness, aging and obesity. Pennsylvania Governor s School for the Arts. Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA. Languages studied/spoken/mostly conversant: French, Spanish, German , PRIVATE TEACHERS Bassoon: Kim Walker (Indiana University), Bernard Garfield (Philadelphia Orchestra), John Shamlian (Philadelphia Orchestra), Ryohei Nakagawa (Tokyo Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony). Voice: Harriet Couch (Susquehanna University), Alan Cemore/Margaret Harshaw (Indiana University), Paul Kiesgen (vocal performance and vocal pedagogy) (Indiana University). Additional work with Nicola Rossi- Lemani, Mary Ann Hart, and Patricia Havranek. Piano: Andrea Wittchen (Allentown), Frederic Billman (Susquehanna University), Charlotte Jenkins (Indiana University). Violin: Gloria Ballamy (Atlanta Symphony, Reading Symphony), Aceste Barbara (Kutztown University). Clarinet & Sax: Dr. Donald Beckie (Susquehanna University) Trumpet & French Horn: Victor Rislow (Susquehanna University) Flute: Dr. Cathy Sorenson (University of Utah) P age

3 AWARDS AND SPECIAL RECOGNITION Fulbright Scholar ($11,000.00). The scholarship funded the sabbatical semester in Malaysia for Spring of Kutztown University Assessment Grant ($ ). Grant to continue PASSHE research study and also to add non-music major college freshmen to the longitudinal study. Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Grant ($ ) Hearing loss in freshmen music majors and relationship to academic achievement. Sabbatical Leave Award Sabbatical was spent teaching music and instructional technology courses, bassoon, voice, undergoing further gamelan performance training, and developing an online interactive gamelan school for use in a research project in the music department at the Universiti Teknologie MARA in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. Kutztown University College of Visual and Performing Arts Senior Faculty Development Grant ($ each year). Kutztown University Assessment Grant, ($ ). Hearing Loss in Music Students Kutztown University Assessment Grant ($ ). Assessment of Cross-Modal Perceptions of Music and Visual Art. Kutztown University College of Visual and Performing Arts Sharidan Award for Outstanding Faculty Achievement. Kutztown University Assessment Grant. ($ ). Assessment of music in General Education. Kutztown University CVPA Faculty Development Grants (Travel to present at international conferences). ($ each award.) Invited Singer, Mormon Tabernacle Choir: Joined the choir in a public performance as one of three representatives chosen to represent Texas from the Music Educator s National Conference held in Salt Lake City, Utah, April 22, P age

4 Music Education Vocal Health Working Group. Invited to help develop performing arts medicine guidelines for voice for NASM at the Health Promotion in Schools of Music Conference. University of North Texas, Denton, TX. The guidelines have been adopted and are currently in use in accreditation procedures for university music programs. University of North Carolina Faculty Research Grant. $ Research in bilingual and monolingual preschool children s pitch-matching accuracy. Indiana University Scholarship. Full Tuition Scholarship and stipend to pursue doctoral music education studies. Temple University Graduate Performance Scholarship. Full tuition scholarship to pursue doctoral studies in bassoon performance Music Associates of Aspen Performance Scholarship Indiana University Graduate Performance Scholarship. Full tuition scholarship to pursue graduate studies in bassoon performance Indiana University Opera Audition Finalist Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Band Reading Symphony Youth Soloist Winner Byndenwood Youth Soloist Winner Pennsylvania County, District and Regional ensembles (voice, bassoon and violin) National Honor Society National Council of Teachers of English Scholarship finalist Pennsylvania Governor s School for the Arts. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University. Music and Visual Art P age

5 LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION PA Instructional I Teaching License (Music, K-12) 1982 PA Instructional II Permanent Teaching License (Music K-12) 1989 Kodaly Level 1 Certification Westminster College, Princeton NJ 1991 Advanced Grant Writing Completion Certificate, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, through Grant Writers Seminars &Workshops LLC PASSHE Online Instructor Certification 2014 TEACHING EXPERIENCE Associate Professor of Music, Coordinator of Music Education. Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Kutztown, PA. Responsible for Overture to Musician Education, Physical Properties of Sound, Introduction to Technology, Bassoon instruction & performance, Choral Methods, Voice Class, Secondary Music Methods, Student teacher supervision & seminar, Advanced Arts Administration, and Introduction to Music Literature. Summer courses include teaching in the KU Summer Chamber Music Festival, Applications of Kodaly and Orff to the Music Classroom, and Instructional Technology for Music Educators. Assistant Professor of Music, Coordinator of Music Education. The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ. Responsibilities included running the Student Teacher program, Student Teacher Seminar, placing, observing and evaluating student teachers. Additionally taught Current Issues in Music Education and Vocal Practicum present Assistant Professor of Music, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC. Responsibilities included developing, designing and teaching music education technology courses for both graduate and undergraduates, teaching Woodwind Methods, teaching graduate courses in Psychology of Music and Acoustics, supervising student teachers, and serving on doctoral dissertation committees for both academic and performance degrees P age

6 Visiting Lecturer in Music. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH. Responsibilities included developing and teaching graduate courses in Cognitive Psychology of Music and Learning and Curricular Development, and undergraduate courses in Foundations of Music Education and String Methods. Also guided graduate research in music psychology. Adjunct Faculty/ Lecturer in Music. Indiana State University -Terre Haute, IN. Responsibilities included developing and teaching Procedures for Teaching Middle School General Music, Procedures for Teaching Elementary General Classroom Music, and Music for the General Elementary Classroom Teacher. Student Teacher Supervisor, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Responsibilities include supervision of instrumental, vocal/choral, and general music student teachers in the schools, assisting in the student teacher seminar, addressing both choral and instrumental pedagogy matters, writing final evaluations, and working with the School of Education concerning placement and certification matters. Associate Instructor of Voice, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Responsibilities included private instruction of voice students, preparing them for jury evaluations, and assigning final grades. Associate Instructor in Music Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Responsibilities include instruction of Music for the Elementary Classroom Teacher, and Webmaster for music education department websites Middle School Choral and General Music Teacher, Solanco School District, Quarryville, PA. Responsible for general music instruction for grades 6-8, Girls Chorus, Smith Singers, Cambiata Choir, 6th grade chorus, annual Talent Show and Brass Ensemble. Elementary Choral and General Music Teacher, New Hope-Solebury School District, New Hope, PA. Long-Term Substitute Position. Responsible for general music instruction grades K-6, 5th grade chorus, 6th grade chorus, and recorder ensemble P age

7 Elementary Choral and General Music Teacher, Bristol Township School District, Levittown, PA. Responsible for general music instruction grades K-6 in two elementary schools, and also for the 5th-6th grade chorus in each school. Due to district budget cuts I was laid off at the end of the academic year. Elementary General Music Teacher, Lower Merion School District, Ardmore, PA. Long-Term Substitute Position. Responsible for general music instruction, grades K-5. High School Orchestra Director and Elementary String Teacher, Upper Darby School District Upper Darby, PA. Long-Term Substitute Position. Responsible for high school Concert Orchestra and String Ensemble, and beginning-intermediate violin, viola, cello and string bass students in 4 elementary schools. Bassoon Instructor, Archbishop Prendergast High School (Drexel Hill) and Little Flower High School (Philadelphia), PA. Part-time positions. Responsible for bassoon instruction for beginning and intermediate level bassoon students. Instrumental Music Teacher, Springfield School District, Springfield (Delaware Co.), PA. Part-time position. Responsible for flute, clarinet and bassoon instruction in the middle school after-school program. Instrumental and Vocal Music Instructor, Luzerne Music School, Lake Luzerne, NY. Responsible for bassoon instruction, woodwind ensemble coaching, voice instruction, small choral ensemble, and string quartet coaching. Elementary Choral and General Music Teacher, Conestoga Valley School District, Lancaster, PA. Responsible for general classroom instruction, all music assemblies, and 5th and 6th grade choruses. High School Orchestra Director and Elementary String Teacher, Conestoga Valley School District, Lancaster, PA. Part-time position. Responsible for Concert Orchestra, String Ensemble, and String Quartet, and for beginning violin students in one elementary school. Assisted as vocal coach in the high school choral program Private Instructor, Bassoon and Voice (1984-Present) present 7 P age

8 CURRICULAR INNOVATIONS, DEGREE AND COURSE DEVELOPMENT Developed and designed the degree proposal for the new online Master of Music in Music Education Program, in review process with PASSHE. Graduate courses already approved include Advanced Foundations of Music Education, Instructional Design and Learning Processes in Music, Research, Assessment and Evaluation in Music, and Psychology of Music. The PASSHE Board of Governors accepted the proposal, and the MM in ME will be offered starting Fall, Created interactive videos for students in Intro to Music, Overture to Musician Education, and student teachers that guide them through creating electronic portfolios (Overture students) and working in D2L. These have been very helpful because the students can review them as many times as needed, and there has not been any confusion They are available via my webpage at Developed several new courses that will be added to the music curriculum: Introduction to Musical Theatre and Advanced Arts Administration. Piloted and adopted a revised core assessment online for MUS Intro to Music Literature, based on the findings from the study from Spring, Revised again in 2013 to address the Critical Thinking competency that was added to the course. The pre and post-test assesses about 800 students each year on music listening skills development. We have added a mid-tier assessment for all music education majors, for which I am in charge of organizing, scheduling, and assessing the data from the experience. I also now use digital videography for students in their peer teaching. They are able to access the videos in a private viewing online format and use them to evaluate and assess their own teaching present 2011-present 2013-present 2010-present 2012-present 2011-present EDUCATIONAL & CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY EXPERIENCE Designed & Developed the Introduction to Malaysian Gamelan Interactive Website (http://marvinmusic.org/malay/index.html --still under construction, will be completed during Sabbatical Semester, January-May 2016) P age

9 Designed, developed, edited and created the accompanying DVD and instructional materials for the MyMusicKit for Music in Elementary Education (J.W. Flohr & V.L. Trollinger). The DVD includes instructional materials relevant to playing on instruments, singing, observing and teaching music, and world music. The second edition of this book is in progress, and will be published by Routledge. Designed & Developed the DVDs: The Science of Sound and The Thrill of Resonance for use with the Reading Symphony Orchestra Youth Concerts. Designed visual sequence to go with performances of Roaring Fork by Eric Ewazen, performed by the Fyve Woodwind Quintet. Webmaster, International Aural Literacy Association: This website is still under construction. Created instructional videos for student to use in classes for additional help in working with Blackboard, D2L and CSpeech (acoustical analysis program). These videos can be accessed from: Consultant: MacGraw-Hill Publishers. Hired to consult on the visual design and evaluated usability of the multimedia materials developed for the book Music: An Appreciation by Roger Kamien (2004). Webmaster, Indiana University School of Music, Department of Music Education. Project Director, Indiana University Department of Instructional Systems Technology. Served as project director and area specialist in the group creation of a prototype music education interactive multimedia program, "The Bassoon." Project Director & Talent, Indiana University Department of Instructional SystemsTechnology. Served as project director for the making of the instructional video, "Making the Perfect Martini." Other Technology Skills: Graphics production, shooting and editing video (both Lineand Digital), Audio editing, interactive multimedia authoring, design, development, implementation of products and usability testing; writing of technological reports present present 9 P age

10 Creative Software frequently used: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Encore, Adobe Soundbooth, Adobe Director, Adobe Flash, Adobe Fireworks, Jing, Finale, ProTools present RESEARCH Pitch-matching accuracy in preschool children in relationship to habitual speech frequency and speech range: ) Dissertation study. Pitch-matching accuracy in preschool children in relationship to bilingualism ( ). Twenty year case acoustical study of vocal development of a single female singer (in progress) Development of critical listening skills in college students. Continuing study. Relationships between visual and aural perception and development of critical listening and looking skills in college students (ongoing). Hearing loss in college music students Ongoing 2010-present 2011-present 2014-present JOURNAL ARTICLES AND INVITED PUBLISHED PAPERS Trollinger, V.L. and White, C. Facial expressions affect on pitch-matching accuracy in children. Poster presented at Florida Music Education Association Annual Convention, Tampa FL, January 11, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/ _facial_expressions_of_vo cal_models_influence_on_pitchmatching_accuracy_in_children_poster_presented_at_the_florida_music_educ ators_conference_tampa_florida_january_11_2013. Trollinger, V.L Languages, 5000 ways to sing? Paper presented at: 30th International Society for Music Education World Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece, July 22-25, 2012; Thessaloniki, Greece. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/ _5000_languages_5000_ ways_to_sing. Trollinger, V.L. Damnation and salvation of the musically malcontent. Paper presented at: 8th International Society of Philosophy in Music Education Symposium, June 9-13, 2010 Helsinki, Finland. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/ _damnation_and_salvatio n_of_the_musically_malcontent P age

11 Trollinger, V.L. The brain in singing and language. General Music Today 2010, 2 (2): Trollinger, V.L. Pediatric vocal development and voice science: Implications for teaching singing. General Music Today (3): Trollinger, V.L. Technology for musicians: Review of the Singing Coach and Singing Coach Kidz Software. General Music Today. 2007, 20 (2): Trollinger, V.L. World vocal traditions and vocal health: is a reconciliation possible? Paper presented at the 27th International Society for Music Education World Conference July 16-21, 2006; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. https://issuu.com/official_isme/docs/proceedingsisme2006_3of3/377 Trollinger, V.L. A reconception of performance study in the philosophy of music education. Philosophy of Music Education Review. 2006; 14(2): Trollinger, V.L. Performing arts medicine and music education: What do we really need to know? Music Educator's Journal. 2005; 92(2): Trollinger, V.L. Preschool children s pitch-matching accuracy in relation to participation in Cantonese-immersion preschools. Journal of Research in Music Education. 2004; 52(3): Trollinger, V.L. Acoustical relationships between preschool children s speech and pitch-matching accuracy, age and gender. Journal of Research in Music Education. 2003; 51(1): BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS Trollinger, V.L. & Sataloff, R.T. Laryngeal and respiratory behaviors in wind instrumentalists. In: Sataloff, R.T. Professional Voice: The Science and Art of Clinical Care. 4 th ed. San Diego CA: Plural Publishing, 2017 in press. Dawson, W., Trollinger, V.L., & Sataloff, R.T. Performing arts medicine and the professional voice user: Risks of nonvoice performance. In: Sataloff, R.T. Professional Voice: The Science and Art of Clinical Care. 4 th ed. San Diego CA: Plural Publishing, 2017 in press P age

12 Trollinger, V.L. & Sataloff, R.T. Amateur and professional child singers: pedagogy and related issues. In: Sataloff, R.T. Professional Voice: The Science and Art of Clinical Care. 4 th ed. San Diego CA: Plural Publishing, 2017 in press Flohr, J.W. & Trollinger, V.L. Music in Elementary Education. Upper Saddle River NJ: Pearson-Prentice Hall, Trollinger, V.L. (2005). GeekSpeak for Musicians: Computer Projects and Applications for Music Students and Music Teachers. Champaign-Urbana, IL: Electronic Courseware Systems, Rutkowski, J. & Trollinger, V. L. Singing. In: J.W. Flohr, The Musical Lives of Young Children. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, Trollinger, V.L. & Flohr, J.W. Notepad to Finale. Champaign-Urbana, IL: Electronic Courseware Systems, CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES Trollinger, V.L. Issues in child voice pedagogy: view from the medical field. Presentation proposal submitted for Texas Music Education Association Annual Convention, February 8-11, 2017 San Antonio, TX and also for Pennsylvania Music Education Association Annual Conference, April 20-22, Erie, PA, Trollinger V.L. Laryngeal issues in wind instrumentalists. Presented at: International Double Reed Society International Conference, June 24, 2016; Columbus, Georgia. Trollinger, V.L. & Sataloff, R.T. Preliminary findings of hearing loss in college freshmen music majors. Research presented at: Suncoast Music Education Research Symposium, February 5, 2015; University of South Florida, Tampa, Fl. Trollinger, V.L. Relationships between hearing loss and music student achievement in aural skills courses. Presented at: Performing Arts Medicine Association Southeast Conference: Free to Play. March 7, 2014; Tampa, FL. Trollinger, V.L. Diagnosing and correcting vocal faults in young singers. Presented at: Pennsylvania Music Education Association Conference. Invited Clinician. March 27, 2014; Hershey, PA P age

13 Trollinger, V.L. & Flohr, J.W. Building an aurally literate society starting in the general music classroom. Presented at: Mountain Lake Colloquium, May 21, 2013; Mountain Lake, VA. Trollinger & Flohr J. Development of critical listening skills as a result of multi-modal processing. Presented at: Walden University In-service Research Conference, January 17, 2012; Miami, FL. Trollinger, V.L. Finding your best voice. Presented at: Texas Music Educator's Association Annual Convention, February 12, 2010; San Antonio, TX. Trollinger, V.L. Voice, speech and singing. Presented at: Early Childhood Music and Movement Association Conference, June 24, 2010; Houston, TX. Flohr, J.W. & Trollinger. Toward a theory of enrichment: Parallel processing and the relationships among music learning and learning in other areas. Presented at: Research in Early Childhood Music Conference, January 15, 2009; Newark, DE. Trollinger, V.L. Music of Ravel, Theofanadis & Beethoven: Reading Symphony Orchestra. Presented as online video: Reading Symphony Orchestra Website (http://www.readingsymphony.org); March 6, 2009; Reading, PA. Trollinger, V.L. & Diaz, R. Music of Brahms, Williams, and Bartok. Presented at: Music in the Making Lecture Series, Sovereign Center for the Performing Arts: April 12, 2008; Reading, PA. Trollinger, V.L. Music of Borodin, Daugherty and Stravinsky. Music in the Making Lecture Series: Sovereign Center for the Performing Arts, November 15, 2009; Reading, PA Trollinger, V.L. Music of Borodin, Daugherty and Stravinsky. Know Your Symphony Lecture Series: Highlands at Wyomissing, November 15, 2009; Wyomissing, PA. Trollinger, V.L. Music of Mussorgsky, Korngold, Copland & Dvorak. Presented at Know Your Symphony Lecture Series, Highlands of Wyomissing; February 13, 2008; Wyomissing, PA. Trollinger, V.L. The Journey of the voice From birth to death. Presented at the Texas Music Educator's Conference, February 15, 2007; San Antonio, TX. Trollinger, V.L. World vocal traditions and vocal health: is a reconciliation possible? Presented at the 27th International Society for Music Education P age

14 World Conference held in July 20, 2006; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Trollinger, V.L. Visual design for music educators: catch the graphics before they catch your students! Presented at the Texas Music Educator's Conference, February 18, 2006; San Antonio, TX. Trollinger, V.L. The journey of the voice from birth to death. Presented at: New Jersey Music Educator's State Convention, February 25, 2006; New Brunswick, NJ. Trollinger, V.L. Diagnosing and correcting vocal faults in young singers. Presented at: Music Education National Bi-Annual Conference, April 22, 2006; Salt Lake City, Utah. Trollinger, V.L. Vocal concerns for music educators in performing arts medicine. Presented at: Music Educators National Bi-Annual Conference, April 20, 2006; Salt Lake City, UT. Trollinger, V.L. Identifying and correcting vocal faults in young singers. Presented at: the Texas Music Educators Association Conference, February 14, 2005; San Antonio, TX. Trollinger, V.L. Designing graphics for effective use in computer learning. Presented at: Texas Music Educators Association Conference, February 16, 2005; San Antonio, TX. Trollinger, V.L. A reconception of performance study in music education philosophy. Presented at: 6th International Philosophy of Music Education Symposium, May 18-21, 2005; Hamburg, Germany. Trollinger, V.L. Parental vocal modeling in relationship to acoustical measurements of preschool children s vocal behaviors. Presented at: Pennsylvania Music Educator's Conference Research Session, April 20-23, 2005; Hershey, PA. Trollinger, V.L. Evaluation, creating and using computer software. Presented at: Texas Music Educators Conference, June 20, 2004; Dallas, TX. Trollinger, V.L. Evaluation, creating and using computer software. Presented at: North Carolina Music Educators Conference, November 15, 2005; Winston-Salem, NC. Flohr, J.W. & Trollinger, V. L. National education policy: Opportunities and challenges for music education. Presented at: Music Educators National Biennial In-service Conference, April 16-18, 2004; Minneapolis, MN P age

15 Flohr, J.W. & Trollinger, V.L. International society for technology in education and the national educational technology standards what the music educator needs to know. Presented at the TI:ME/Texas Music Educators Association Conference, February 12-14, 2004; San Antonio, TX. Trollinger, V.L. Vocal development, physiology, pedagogy, and health for elementary music teachers & effective assessment, selection of, and development of computer technology and software for music teachers. Presented at: Spring Branch Independent School District, August 8, 2003; Houston, TX. Trollinger, V.L. Psychology of the bassoonist as teacher and learner. Presentatied at: 32nd International Double Reed Society (IDRS) Conference, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, June 19, 2003; Greensboro, NC. Trollinger, V.L. Vocal health for music teachers and their students in preschool and elementary schools. Presented at: MENC Southwest Division Symposium, June 12, 2003; Dallas, TX. Trollinger, V.L. & Flohr, J.W. Making a great program better: the redesign of the Rhythm Performance Test-Revised. Presented at: Tenth International Conference in Technological Directions in Music Learning at the University of Texas at San Antonio, January 24, 2003; San Antonio, TX. Trollinger, V.L. & Clegg, N. Improvisation for the non-traditional jazz student. Presented at: Intercollegiate North Carolina Music Education Association Conference at Greensboro College, January 18, 2003; Greensboro, NC. Trollinger, V.L & Flohr, J.W. The explosion of graphics, the roar of the music-the interaction of visual design and effectiveness of music education software. Presented at: Music Educator s National Conference 58th Biennial In-Service Conference, April 11-14, 2002; Nashville, TN. Trollinger, V.L. Interface design for music education multimedia. Presented at: Ninth International Conference in Technological Directions in Music Learning at the University of Texas at San Antonio, January 17-19, 2002; San Antonio, TX. Trollinger, V.L. Bassoon Master Class, Presented at: University of North Carolina at Greensboro, October 15, 2001; Greensboro, NC. Trollinger, V.L. ADDIE for music educators: Developing effective multimedia for the classroom. Presented at: Eighth International Conference on Technological Directions in Music Teaching and Learning, at the University of Texas at San Antonio, January 25-27, 2001; San Antonio, TX P age

16 Trollinger, V.L. Multimedia for the music educator: a review and critique of software for the classroom and home. Presented at: Sixth International Conference on Technological Directions in Music Teaching and Learning, at the University of Texas at San Antonio, January 27-29,1999; San Antonio,TX. Trollinger, V.L. Guidelines for the selection of music education computer software. Presentation at Indiana University Music Education Colloquium Series April 21,1999; Bloomington, IN. Trollinger, V.L. Music of Mozart, Ravel and Tchaikovsky. Presented at: Music in the Making Lecture Series: Sovereign Center for the Performing Arts, April 20, 1996; Reading, PA POSTER PRESENTATIONS Trollinger, V. & Flohr, J. Multi-modal instruction and affect on academic achievement. Presented at: Walden University In-service Research Conference, July 11, 2014; National Harbor, MD. Trollinger, V.L. and White, C. Facial expressions affect on pitch-matching accuracy in children. Presented at: Florida Music Education Association Annual Convention, January 11, 2013; Tampa FL. Trollinger & Flohr J. Development of critical listening skills as a result of multi-modal processing. Presented at: Walden University In-service Research Conference, January 17 th, 2012: Miami, FL. Trollinger, V.L. An Acoustical assessment of the relationship between singing and speech in American preschool children. Poster presented at: International Society for Music Education International Conference/Early Childhood Session in August 5-9, 2002; Copenhagen, Denmark. Trollinger, V.L. An acoustical analysis of pitch-matching ability in pre-school children. Presented at: CIC Music Education Conference, October 16-18, 1997; Iowa City, IA EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY MATERIALS Trollinger, V.L. The world as the composer perceives it. Educational materials created for the Reading Symphony Youth Concert Series. October, P age

17 Trollinger, V.L. & Flohr, J.W. Co-founded the International Aural Literacy Society (www.iaurala.org). June, Trollinger. V. The thrill of resonance. Video and accompanying materials created for the Reading Symphony Orchestra Youth Concert Series. October, Trollinger. V. The Science of Sound. Video and accompanying materials created for the Reading Symphony Orchestra Youth Concert Series. October, EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE International Journal of Learning and Teaching- peer reviewer Journal of Voice- guest reviewer Oxford University Press- book proposal reviewer present 2015-present 2012-present Pearson- Prentice Hall book proposal reviewer https://www.pearsonhighered.com/ University of North Carolina-Greensboro Current Research Journal - reviewer 2009-present SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ORCHESTRAL/SMALL ENSEMBLE MEMBERSHIPS 1984-PRESENT The Philadelphia Orchestra, Philadelphia, PA. Substitute second bassoon, substitute section bassoon & extra musician The Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland, OH. Substitute bassoon The North Carolina Symphony Orchestra Reading Symphony Orchestra (PA) present Aspen Festival Orchestra (CO) P age

18 Aspen Chamber Symphony (CO) Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle (NC) Pottstown Symphony Orchestra (PA) Lancaster Symphony Orchestra (PA) Kennett Symphony Orchestra (PA) 1984-present 1984-present Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra (PA) Trenton Symphony Orchestra (NJ) Valley Forge Music Fair Orchestra (PA) Delaware Symphony Orchestra (DE) FYVE Woodwind Quintet (PA) Satori Chamber Ensemble (PA) 1986-present 2006-present (SELECTED) SOLO PERFORMANCES Devienne, F. Sonata in g minor for bassoon and piano. Performed September 22, 2015., Kutztown University Music Faculty Recital. Donaudy, S. Amor s apprende, duet for two sopranos. Performed September, 2014 with Trucilla Sabatino. Garfield, B. Quartet for bassoon and strings, KU premiere, June 2013, KU Chamber Music Festival Gala Concert. Performed with Kurt Nikkanen (violin), Rita Porfiris (Viola), Peter Sanders (Cello). Schubert, F. Die Forelle. Performed at KU Chamber Music Festival, Mozart, W. Duet for Cello and Bassoon. Performed February 2013, with Marie-Aline Cadieux (Cello). Poulenc, F. Sonata for Clarinet and Bassoon. Performed February, 2012, with Elizabeth Stimpert (Clarinet) Mozart, W. Prendero quel brunettino as Fiordiligi from Cosi Fan P age

19 Tutte. Performed February 2012 with Trucilla Sabatino as Dorabella. Boismortier, J.B. Sonata in g minor. Performed at the Harpsichord Dedication Recital, Kutztown University, March 2012 with Ina Slater Grapenthin (Harpsichord). Jacob,G. Concerto for Bassoon and Strings (arranged for Concert Band). Performed April, 2011 with the Kutztown University Wind Ensemble. Brahms, J. Die Mainacht. Performed February 2011 with Daniel Immel (Piano). Mignone, F. Aqela modinha que o Villa não escreveu. Unaccompanied bassoon work, Performed February 21, Rossini, G. Duet for Two Cats. Performed February, 2010 with Trucilla Sabatino Bertoli, G. Sonata 1 for Bassoon, Organ and Continuo. Performed UNCG Faculty Recital, October 2001 and at Kutztown, February Saint-Saens, C. Sonata for Bassoon. Performed at the Bloomington Chamber Music Concert Series, Fucik, J. The Old Bear With the Sore Head. Performed with the Reading Symphony, December Villa-Lobos, H. Bachianas Brasilieras 5 for Soprano and Cellos, W. 389 Performed at the Luzerne Music Center Summer Concert Series, Schoenberg, A. Die Nachtwandler. Performed at the Luzerne Music Center Summer Concert Series, Kroeger, K. Tres psalmi Davidis for soprano and bass trombone. Performed at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, Brass Studio Chamber Concert Graduate Bassoon Recital, April, Indiana University Mozart, W. Le Nozze di Figaro. I sang Cherubino. Susquehanna University, Senior Bassoon Recital, January,1982. Susquehanna University. Works P age

20 by Boismortier, Tansman, PDQ Bach, and M. Arnold. Senior Voice Half-Recital, March, 1982, Susquehanna University. Works by Schubert, Brahms, Mozart and Bernstein * (this was scheduled and prepared, however due to mononucleosis I had to cancel). (1982) Junior Bassoon & Voice Recital, March, Susquehanna University. Works by Boismortier,Saint-Saens, and Osbourne Reading Symphony Youth Soloist: Mozart: Bassoon Concerto, K Byndenwood (PA) Youth Soloist: Concertpiece by Burrell Phillips 1978 Orchestral Bassoon Solos: As a principal/solo chair player, I have performed nearly every major bassoon solo in the orchestral repertoire in professional concerts since 1984, including The Rite of Spring, Scheherazade, and many others. As a contrabassoonist, I have performed Ravel s Beauty and the Beast several times and the opening to R.Strauss Also Sprach Zarathustra multiple times (not a big solo but one of the most famous) present PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS Member, Board of Directors: Reading Choral Society Artistic Committee Chair, Development Committee The Voice Foundation Performing Arts Medicine Association International Society for Music Education National Association for Music Education College Music Society International Double Reed Society Technology in Music Education (TI:ME) Reading Symphony Orchestra Education Committee Kutztown University Committee on Teacher Education 2014-present 2014-present 2014-present 2008-present 2001-present 2001-present 2001-present 2000-present 2007-present 2012-present 20 P age

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