Mark Lochstampfor, Ph.D., is professor of music at Capital University, and has served as chair of the Conservatory of Music. He has presented papers at regional, national and international conferences and workshops, and published a variety of articles and music compositions, and was a contributing author to a textbook for McGraw Hill/Glencoe. He has served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI:ME), and the Executive Board of the Association for Technology in Music Instruction (ATMI). Currently, he serves as the president of the Ohio Association of Music Schools and is the executive director of the Society of Pi Kappa Lambda national music honor society. As a keyboardist, Professor Lochstampfor has played in a number of ensembles, focusing on contemporary compositions and American musical idioms such as rock and jazz.
Teaches:History and Production of Electronic MusicHistory and Style of Rock and RollIntroduction to Rock and RollComposition Keyboard: piano, organ, synthesizerCapital University Rock Ensemble (director)Musicianship\Audiation Degrees:Ph.D. in music theory, music perception and cognition, The Ohio State UniversityMaster of Music in music theory, The Ohio State UniversityBachelor of Music in music composition, Ohio UniversityAssociate's degree in music, Lakeland Community College