Dee Romines, D.M.A.
associate professor of choral music education, earned the Bachelor of
Science degree in instrumental music education from the University of
Tennessee, the Master of Music in choral conducting from the Eastman School of
Music, and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in choral conducting from the
University of Missouri-Kansas City. His principal teachers were Dr. Eph Ehly,
Dr. W J Julian, Dr. Donald Neuen, and Dr. Charles Robinson.
HSU, Romines teaches courses in choral music education, undergraduate and
graduate conducting, supervises student teachers, directs the HSU Chorale, and
assists with all aspects of the choral program. Prior to his appointment at HSU,
Romines held similar music education positions at the University of Georgia and
the University of Missouri-Kansas City. From 1987 to 1998, he was the academy choral
director at Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii. Additional experience includes
teaching elementary, middle, and high school instrumental music in Kentucky,
Georgia, Tennessee, and Missouri, as well as directing church and community choirs.
American Choral Directors Association, Texas Music Educators Association, National
Collegiate Choral Organization, and Pi Kappa Lambda.
of Science, Education, University of Tennessee, 1980
of Music, Choral Conducting, Eastman School of Music, 1985
of Musical Arts, Choral Conducting, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2001