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The University of Central Oklahoma physical campus will be closed to all but essential employees through May 31.
Alternative instructional delivery methods will be used for the rest of the spring semester, May intersession courses and summer blocks I and II. Many university services will continue to be available online. For more information, visit the university's COVID-19 website.

Associate Professor

About

Peggy Moran is the Associate Professor of Horn at the University of Central Oklahoma, and Executive Director and faculty member of the Kendall Betts Horn Camp. Peggy maintains an active performance career, having performed with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, the Tulsa Symphony, the Dayton Philharmonic, and the Louisville Orchestra. She has performed guest recitals and masterclasses throughout the country and regularly worked in the recording studios in Indianapolis. Peggy has performed at the International Horn Society Symposiums and the International Women’s Brass Conferences. An advocate for new music, she has commissioned and performed new works at each of these performances, including commissions for horn and piano; horn, violin, and piano; horn quartet; and horn, flute, and narrator. She performs chamber music with the Akouo Trio, Corna Cattiva Horn Quartet, and with the Brightmusic Society of Oklahoma. 

Classes Taught

Applied Horn

Horn Choir

Horn Quartet

Chamber Music

Theory I and II

Aural Skills III and IV

Education and Certifications

Doctor of Music in Horn Performance and Literature, Indiana University, 2013

Performer's Diploma in Horn, Indiana University, 2003

Master of Music in Horn Performance, Indiana University, 2001

Bachelor of Arts in Music, The University of Chicago, 1999

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