Musician Lennard Moses to Visit Cedarville

by Kaitlyn Coughlin, Public Relations Writer

Cedarville University will welcome Lennard Moses, Ph.D., professor of music and director of percussion in world music studies at Central State University, to campus Oct. 11-12, 2012.

Moses serves as director of world percussion and world music studies as well as associate professor of music at Central State University. He has taught global music at Cedarville University and will present a two-day series in global music on Oct. 11-12. 

On Oct. 11, Moses will present an opening session as part of the Bach’s Lunch series and a clinic in global percussion in contemporary music. He will also speak in the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) class. He will present global music history session and a percussion master class on Oct. 12.

“Moses is a very talented musician, both classically trained and an expert in world percussion,” said Sandra Yang, assistant professor of music history at Cedarville University.

Moses holds degrees from The Ohio State University, Northern Illinois University and Central State University. He has toured throughout the United States and internationally, appearing as guest artist, lecturer, composer, clinician, workshop and master class facilitator, and adjudicator with percussion in world music ensembles and steel bands. He is one of the founders and music consultant for Mound Street Academies’ Steel band in Dayton, Ohio.

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