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John Haek

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Department of Music
Associate Faculty
St. Catherine Hall
503.534.7053
jhaek@marylhurst.edu

Education

MA, Washington State University
BA, Portland State University

Instrument/Subject

Piano, Music Theory, Composition

Classes Taught

Music Theory
Music Fundamentals
Music History
Music Appreciation
Counterpoint
Form and Analysis
Sight-Singing/Ear-Training
Orchestration
Keyboard Skills

About

John Haek performs frequently as soloist, accompanist and chamber musician. He is an accompanist and assistant stage manager for the Portland Opera Association and an adjudicator for local school-district music competitions. John is also a rock- and ice-climbing instructor and guide.

Teachers

Studied piano with Nellie Tholen, Tomas Svoboda and Istvan Nadas

Publications

Summer Fragments, a cycle of poems set to music by Tomas Svoboda (second-place winner in the Music Teachers National Association's Distinguished Composers Competition).

The Sojourner's Eye, poems set for tenor voice and orchestra by Eric Funk.

Symphony No. 7, 'Time', poems set for spoken voice, chorus and orchestra by Eric Funk

Awards

Excellence in Academic Service and Teaching. Marylhurst University, 2007

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Maya Story Published in Music Therapy Journal

Maya Story, music therapy faculty, published an article on virtual learning environments in the 2014 (Vol. 1) issue of Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy.

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April 27, 2014

Music in the Woods: Melegari String Quartet

Chamber music performed by Melegari String Quartet creates an elegant afternoon of music. The concert takes place in the beautiful Chapel of the Ho...

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May 03, 2014

2014 NW Handmade Musical Instrument Exhibit

Join us for the 38th anniversary show to see and hear the work of over 80 instrument makers from the Pacific Northwest. In addition to newly made...

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May 04, 2014

2014 NW Handmade Musical Instrument Exhibit

Join us for the 38th anniversary show to see and hear the work of over 80 instrument makers from the Pacific Northwest. In addition to newly made...

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