Academics

Lewis Hall (voice, music education)


Mr. Lewis Hall, assistant professor of music; chair, department of music, teaches applied voice lessons, voice class, and music education methods classes including secondary choral methods, elementary methods, and music for elementary classroom teachers.  Mr. Hall also directs the Vocal Chamber Ensemble and oversees the Music Education Laboratory.  Mr. Hall is a Tenor/Countertenor with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Alderson Broaddus University in Music Education and a Master of Arts degree from Texas Woman's University in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance.  Mr. Hall did his graduate studies with renowned vocal pedagogue Joan Wall, and worked for Pst . . Inc. publishers on the Singers Edition Operatic Anthology, Diction for Singers textbook, and The Performer Prepares 100% Commitment videotape.  While in Texas, Mr. Hall was a regular soloist with the Denton Bach Society, the Denton Light Opera Company, the Chamber Symphony of the Metrocrest, and many local churches in the Dallas area.  Mr. Hall has presented master classes, guest recitals, and served as guest conductor for many institutions including Frostburg State University in Maryland, Denton Independent School District, Texas Music Educators Association-Region V, Barbour County All-County Chorus, and the Barbour County Arts and Humanities Council.  In Texas, Mr. Hall spent seven years as Choral Director and Chairman of the Fine Arts Department at Lake Dallas High School and Middle School and Director of Music at Lake Cities United Methodist Church.  He has recorded, with Helm Publishing; a compact disk recording entitled "Holiday Songs for the Soul."