Beverly Howard, D.M.A.
Professor of Music
Office Phone: (951) 343-4252 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location: Hawkins 223 Office Hours:
|D.M.A.||Organ, Theory||University of North Texas|
|M.M.||Organ, Theory||University of Oklahoma|
|B.M.||Organ, Theory||University of Oklahoma|
Summer Institute for Women in Higher Education Administration;
Bryn Mawr College
Graduate Work in Higher Education Administration: Institutional Planning;
Claremont Graduate School
Claremont School of Theology
Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California
Summer Institute for Music Technology College Music Society;
Illinois State University
Interactive Multimedia Studies;
University of California-Irvine
Music Theory I, II, III, IV
Music in Worship
Form and Analysis (Undergraduate/Graduate)
Music in Global Studies
Congregational Singing Practices
Experiences in Music Technology
Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests
Developing electronic courseware for music theory
20th-century organ/trumpet literature
Teaching Fellow in Organ; University of North Texas, Denton, TX
Instructor of Music - Studio Piano and Music Theory; Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, MO
Graduate Associate, Class and Studio Piano; University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Research, Presentations, & Publications
Member, Presbyterian Committee on Congregational Song, Glory to God
Editor, The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song, 2003-2008
Member, Format and Organization Committee, Celebrating Grace: A Hymnal for Baptist Worship
Contributing Editor, Call to Worship
"Hymns Go Viral: YouTube and Hymn-Related Videos" Presented at the Annual Meeting of The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada, at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, July 15-19, 2012.
"A Wired Campus: Establishing a Philosophy and Pedagogy for Technology in Music and Worship" at Building the Next Generation Conference at Baylor University's Center for Christian Music Studies, September 27-29, 2012.
"It's Not Your Grandparents' Hymnology Course." Annual Conference of The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada, Denver, CO, 2011.
"Java Hot Potatoes: Interactive Drills for Music Theory." Electronic Showcase, College Music Society Annual Meeting, 2009.
“Finish Line.” Premiere of work for trumpet/organ and multimedia. International Trumpet Guild Conference. 2003.
“Strategies for Teaching Hymnology in a Multimedia Culture.” HSUSC Annual Meeting. 2000.
“Electronic Poster Presentation: Error Detection Assistant." ATMI. 1999.
“Electronic Poster Presentation: Voice-Leading Guide.” Institute of Music Research UTSA. 1999.
“Strategies for Teaching Music Theory in a Multimedia Culture.” CMS: Southern Pacific Chapter. 1998.
“Faculty Portfolios: A New Way to Document Excellence in Teaching.” Panelist ICCUFA. 1994.
“Constructing Integrated Syllabi: Creating a Place at the Table.” Eastern University. 1994.
“Teaching in the Mother Tongue: Effective Images for Leading and Learning.” Eastern University. 1993.
“Music for Baroque Trumpet and Organ: More than Voluntaries.” Redlands Organ Festival. 1993
“20th-Century Music for Trumpet and Organ.” Redlands Organ Festival. 1993
“Women of Note: A Lecture Recital of Vocal Music.” CMS: Pacific Southern Chapter. 1991.
“Music for Baroque Trumpet and Organ: More than Voluntaries.” CMS: Pacific Southern Chapter. 1991.
“20th-Century Music for Trumpet and Organ by American Composers.” CMS Annual Meeting. 1988.
“Ceremony.” Premiere of work for trumpet and organ. International Trumpet Guild Conference. 1987.
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel: An Adult Advent Study on Hymns (Downloadable study published by The Thoughtful Christian, a subsidiary of WJK Press), October 2015.
Will You Come and Follow Me?: An Adult Lenten Study on Hymns (Downloadable study published by The Thoughtful Christian, a subsidiary of WJK Press), January 2015.
"Musical Genres in Glory to God", ThePresbyterianLeader.com, 2014, 1-7.
"Streams of Song: Developing a New Hymnal for the Presbyterian Church (USA)" Chapter 141. The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices, and Politics edited by Stanley Brunn, Springer Press, December 2014.
"Streams of Song in Glory to God: Sources of the New Presbyterian Hymnal," Call to Worship: Liturgy, Music, Preaching, and the Arts published by the Office of Theology and Worship Presbyterian Church (USA), 2014, 16-19.
"Lord, You Have Come to the Lakeshore: Answering the Call to Discipleship" Presbyterians Today, August 2014, p. 5.
"The Church's One Foundation: A Hymn for the Church" Presbyterians Today, September 2013, 4-5.
"What Is the Future of the Traditional Hymn?" ThePresbyterianLeader.com (April 2012)
"Why Sing Global Songs." ThePresbyterianLeader.com. (August 17, 2011).
"The Hymnal as a Denominational Scrapbook." ThePresbyterianLeader.com. (January 26, 2011).
“Dancing with the Tribes: Strategies for Teaching Hymnology in a Multimedia Culture.” The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song 52.3 (2001): 6-10.
“Hymn Performance: ‘Cuando el Pobre.’ ” The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song 52.1 (2001): 48-49.
“Hymn Performance: ‘O Sacred Head Now wounded.’ ” The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song 52.2 (2001): 47-48.
“Hymn Performance: An Advent Hymn: ‘To a Maid Engaged to Joseph.’ ”The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song 52.4 (2001): 44-45.
“Research Report: P. Boyd Smith Hymnology Collection at California Baptist University.” The Hymn: A Journal of Congregational Song 50.3 (1999): 42.
“Church Music Curriculum and the Final Frontier.” Journal of the Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Church Music Conference. (1997).
“Women of Hymnody: Voices of Faith.” Daughters of Sarah. 21:4 (1995): 44-46.
“The Trumpet and Organ Works of Daniel Pinkham: An Organist’s Perspective.” International Trumpet Guild Journal, 18.3 (1994): 35-41.
“Of Barometers, Rocking Chairs, Boxing Rings and Mulligan Stew: The Collegiate Response to Contemporary Trends in Church Music.” Journal of the Proceedings of the Southern Baptist Church Music Conference. (1993).
“Original Music for Trumpet and Organ: A Survey with Performance Suggestions.” Diapason (1988).
Church Membership & Activities
Calvary Presbyterian Church, Riverside, CA
Community Service & Involvement
Riverside Community Orchestra, Cello
"The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.”
Frederick Buechner, Wishful Thinking: A Seeker’s ABC