Director: Dr. Charles Ciorba
Adjunct Professor of Music, MUSIC EDUCATION and AURAL SKILLS, Dewberry School of Music, CVPAAngela Ammerman, referred to by the Washington Post as the first “music teacher prodigy,” earned degrees in Music Education from the University of Cincinnati: College-Conservatory of Music, Boston University, and her PhD from George Mason University.
Assistant Professor of CHORAL MUSIC EDUCATIONDr. Tina Beveridge was appointed Assistant Professor of Choral Music Education at the Dewberry School of Music of George Mason University in 2022. A specialist in choral music, she has taught music at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, as well as the community college and university levels.
Associate Professor/Director of MUSIC EDUCATION, Dewberry School of Music, CVPADr. Charles R. Ciorba, Associate Professor and Director of Music Education, teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in music education. Prior to joining the faculty at George Mason University, Dr. Ciorba was Associate Professor and Coordinator of Graduate Music Education at the University of Oklahoma, where he (a) gained extensive experience supervising graduate research and (b) taught courses in the areas of research, psychology, philosophy, sociology, assessment, and quantitative analysis.
Director of STRINGS, Assistant Professor, VIOLIN, Dewberry School of Music, CVPAProf. June Huang will be serving as Mason’s Director of Strings, a new full time applied faculty position, effective August 2017. She served as an adjunct violin faculty member in Mason’s School of Music since August 2015.
Adjunct Faculty, TUBA, Dewberry School of Music, CVPAWilliam D. (David) Porter is a retired CMSgt from The United States Air Force Band, Washington D.C. During his 24 year career there, he played tuba with The Concert Band, The Ceremonial Brass and The Symphony Orchestra.
CLASS GUITAR, Dewberry School of Music, CVPADr. Scott Seifried earned the BFA degree in Classical Guitar Performance from Carnegie Mellon University, the Master of Music degree from James Madison University, and the PhD in Education from George Mason University.
Adjunct Faculty and SUPERVISION OF STUDENT TEACHERS, Dewberry School of Music, CVPAMary Ulrey earned a Bachelor of Music Education degree from the Indiana University School of Music studying under Fred Ebbs, Ray Cramer, Henry Gulick, and Robert Klotman. While at IU, she advocated for women to be able to join the Marching Hundred and was in the first class of five women to march.