Dr. Elizabeth Robinson

Introduction to Music

McCain Auditorium 230

Dr. Elizabeth Robinson teaches music appreciation at Kansas State University. She holds a Doctor of Arts degree from Ball State University, as well as a Master of Music from San Francisco State University, and a Bachelor of Music degree from Drake University. Her major instructors have included Dr. Mihoko Watanabe and Linda Lukas (San Francisco Symphony).At Drake University, Dr. Robinson was awarded the Presidential Scholarship and the Marie Mountain Clarke Flute Scholarship. Her dissertation, Voice, Itinerant, and Air: The Solo Flute Works of Toru Takemitsu, won the 2012 NFA Graduate Research Competition and was presented at the 2012 NFA Convention. Prior to her position at Kansas State, Dr. Robinson taught music appreciation, world music, and introductory college courses at Ivy Tech Community College, Edison Community College, and Ball State University.

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