Faculty Profile

Dr. Mahlon O. Grass

mgrass@lhup.edu | 243 Sloan Fine Arts Building, Lock Haven, PA 17745 | (570) 484-2145


Doctor of Musical Arts Degree, Eastman School of Music

Courses Most Commonly Taught: Music History Before 1750 and Music History After 1750, Music Technology, Basic Musicianship, Twentieth Century Music, Classic/Romantic Music, Music Technology, Orchestration, Introduction to Music on line and face-to-to face

Courses Developed:  Music education courses; Introduction to Music courses online; Introduction to Music PowerPoint Presentations; PowerPoint Presentations for Music Before 1750, Music After 1750, Classic/Romantic Music, and Twentieth Century Music, Classic/Romantic Music, and Orchestration; Music Technology (workbooks for GarageBand, Band in a Box, Digital Performer, and Finale)

Programs Developed: Music Education

Research Areas: Performed with the Utah Symphony, Ballet West Orchestra, Utah Chamber Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic, Macon Symphony, Florida Central Symphony, Williamsport Symphony, Susquehanna Symphony, Williamsport Chamber Orchestra, Mansfield Octet, Bucknell Band and Orchestra.

Books Published: Reviewer for Schirrmer/Cengage Publishing Company

Articles Published: The Eighteenth Century Bassoon, Gordon Jacob Concerto for Bassoon and Piano

Areas of Expertise: Music History (30 years university teaching experience); Basic Musicianship; Introduction to Music, Bassoon and Woodwind Instruction; Music Technology; Orchestration- Orchestrated numerous works for public school theatre productions.