Professor Jane Mac Alla Livingston specializes in piano performance, piano pedagogy and class piano. She came to Carthage from Northwestern University School of Music, where she served on the music faculty from 1981 to 1996. She is an active chamber musician, performing with Trio Levade. She is an active keyboardist playing with various bands, the Kenosha Symphony, and theatrical orchestras including the Racine Theatre Guild. She is also an active solo pianist and duo-pianist performer. She is the founder of the Carthage Community Piano Program and is an active member of the Kenosha Music Teachers Association, Wisconsin State Music Teachers Associaton, and the Music Teachers National Association.
Prof. Livingston has an M.M. in performance and pedagogy from Northwestern University; M.A.T. in geology and education from the University of Vermont; B.M. in performance and pedagogy from the Crane School of Music, State University of New York at Potsdam; and B.A. in geology from Skidmore College. She joined the Carthage faculty in 1993. She makes use of her geological background during J-Term, when she regularly leads geology study tours. Recent destinations have included Scotland, Australia, Iceland and Hawaii. Read more.
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