Gerrey Noh is a collaborative pianist and an Assistant Professor of Music Theory at Kent State University where she serves as the coordinator of undergraduate and graduate music theory and teaches various advanced and special-topics courses as well as the undergraduate core music theory classes. Dr. Noh also oversees and manages music analysis for the online Master of Music in Music Education degree. Dr. Noh is devoted to bringing together a wide variety of perspectives that reflect holistic musical learning: composition, theory, performance, eurhythmics, and pedagogy. Her recent interdisciplinary projects, “Singing Verse and A Thousand Hands, A Million Stars” showcase the collaboration of composition, poetry, community inclusion, and social advocacy. Prior to her position at Kent State University, Dr. Noh taught at Youngstown State University, Camp Clavier, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and Kent State University, Stark Campus. She holds a Ph.D. in Music Theory and Composition and a M.M. in piano performance from Kent State University, where she studied with Thomas Janson, Richard Devore, and Ralph Lorenz.
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