Dr. Greg Woodward

Dr. Greg WoodwardAssistant Professor of Conducting
Chairperson, Church Music Ministries

Office: Sellers
Office Phone: 504.282.4455, ext. 3229
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Home Phone:
E-Mail: gwoodward@nobts.edu

Education

  • Florida State University, PhD, Music Education
  • University of Southern Mississippi, Masters of Music Education
  • University of Southern Mississippi, Bachelor of Music Education

Teaching Experience

  • Truett-McConnell College (2002-2009)
  • Florida State University, Introduction to MIDI instructor (1999-2002)
  • Pascagoula High School (1995-1999)

Teaching Specializations

  • Conducting and Music Technology
  • Teaching Experience: Director of choral activities; Choral literature; Music history; Creative arts for elementary teachers; Exploration of the Arts; Music appreciation; Theory fundamentals; Secondary voice; Introduction to MIDI; Introduction to music technology; Introduction to conducting; Advanced conducting; Private conducting

Ministry Experience

  • Helen First Baptist Church, Helen, Georgia (worship leader)
  • Friendship Baptist Church, Cleveland, GA (interim worship leader)
  • Oak Grove Baptist Church, Gainesville, GA (interim worship leader)
  • First Baptist Church, Havana, FL (associate pastor of worship and youth)
  • Calvary Baptist Church, Pascagoula, MS (worship leader)
  • Martin Bluff Baptist Church, Gautier, MS (worship leader and youth pastor)

Works Performed, Presentations, and Worship Leadership/Conducting Appearances

  • 2009 Mountain Praise, event coordinator
  • GMEA state convention new research presenter, 2009
  • Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass, conductor, 2009
  • 2008 Bartow County Middle School Boys Honor Choir Director
  • North Metro Baptist Church, Substitute Worship Leader, 2008 and 2006
  • 2008 Songs of the South (Georgia church music event), conductor
  • Brahms Requiem, conductor, 2008
  • Bach Cantata 106 and Haydn Te Deum, conductor, 2007
  • Vaughn Williams' Dona Pacem (Selected movements), conductor, 2006
  • Haydn's Pauken Mass, conductor, 2005
  • Bach's Christmas Oratorio (Selected movements), conductor, 2003
  • Georgia State BCM spring leadership conference, worship leader and theme interpreter, 2002
  • Georgia Baptist Youth Music Camp, high school choir director, 2002
  • Music Technology Conference, Auburn University, presenter (Art of Inaccuracy), 2001