Hayley Grigg is an Adjunct Instructor of Music History and Research. As a singer and researcher, she specializes in art song of the 19th and 20th centuries, having taught UCO's song literature courses since the spring of 2016. She also teaches general music history and research courses at both the graduate and undergraduate level.
Professor Grigg is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Vocal Performance at the University of Oklahoma. Her studies at OU have focused on 19th and 20th century musical aesthetics, pedagogy and teaching practice, and interactions between musical and poetic analysis. She is a graduate teaching assistant in the musicology department, teaching Understanding Music for Non-Music Majors. Her most recent doctoral recital presented works by 17 composers in 6 languages programmed to tell an original narrative. She regularly performs with her husband and vocal coach, Eric Grigg (UCO staff accompanist).
MUS 5312: Introduction to Music Research
MUS 5341: Writing About Music,
MUS 5572: British and American Song
MUS 5582: French Mélodie
MUS 5592: German Lieder
MUS 5692: Survey of Music History
MUS 2673: Music History for Music Theatre Majors
MUS 3493: Voice Literature
Education and Certifications
Doctorate of Musical Arts, University of Oklahoma, In progress, ABD Spring 2020
Master of Music, University of Central Oklahoma, 2015
Bachelor of Music, Oklahoma Christian University, 2013
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