Part-time Instructor of Music
Drew Dolan’s music has been performed frequently across the United States and most recently been heard at composition programs as far away as Croatia. Born in 1983, Dolan recently completed graduate studies in composition at Bowling Green State University; he also holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Georgia State University. His principal composition teachers have been Burton Beerman, Mikel Kuehn, and Nickitas J. Demos. Awards and honors of his include first prize in the Georgian Chambers Players String Quartet Workshop, selection in the biennial Contemporary Music Symposium at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and performances at numerous other conferences and composition festivals across the country. Dolan has received performances from the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra Chamber Ensemble, pianist Michiko Otaki, percussionist Caleb Herron, the Clayton State University New Music Ensemble, Georgia State University’s neoPhonia new music ensemble, the Bowling Green State University Early Music Ensemble, and the percussion ensembles at Georgia State University, Columbus State University, Brevard College, and Eagle’s Landing High School. While in graduate school, he served as President of the Bowling Green State University student chapter of Society of Composers, Inc. Dolan joined the faculty at Kennesaw State University in the Fall of 2008, where he enjoys teaching courses in Music Appreciation and Music Theory.
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