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Jayne
JAYNE CAMPBELL
Associate Professor of Music

Division/Department: Music
Location: AU 118-B
Division: VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS
Phone: 5660

Education:

B.M., M.M., D.M.A., University of Southern California.

Native of Los Angeles.  Teaches voice, music theory and fundamentals, directs College Choir, Chamber Singers and the Opera Vignettes workshop

Extensive career as soloist, voice teacher and choral conductor. Choirs have been featured at ACDA, CMEA, St. Martin-in-the-fields, Teatro Salieri and Louveciennes Académie and won awards at ACDA Golden State and Riverside Choralfest. Voice students are frequent finalists in local competitions and and many have continued on to careers in opera and vocal arts.  She has held many church positions as both conductor and soloist, including 15 years at Pasadena Presbyterian Church.  She is a frequent choral adjudicator and often presents workshops on "Vocal Function Choral Warm-ups," her dissertation topic.

Personal interests:
Reading, gardening, tropical and European adventures.

Biography:Jayne Performance
Dr. Jayne E. Campbell was born in Los Angeles and is a third generation native.

She received her Bachelor of Music (cum laude), Master of Music in voice performance, and Doctorate of Musical Arts in music education from the University of Southern California. She was named the outstanding undergraduate in voice performance and received the alumni award for the outstanding Bachelor of Music graduate. She has studied voice with William Vennard, Nina Hinson and Cynthia Munzer. Her choral mentors include Don Brinegar, Rodney Eichenberger, Dr. Charles Hirt and Dr. Bruce Mayhall. Jayne was the recipient of the Westlake School for Girls Faculty Recognition Award in 1989 and is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society.

Jayne currently directs the College Choir, Chamber Singers and the Opera Vignettes program.
She has taught choral music at the Los Angeles High School for the Arts, Westlake School for Girls, Harvard-Westlake and Crossroads School for the Arts and Sciences. She has also worked as a faculty adjunct for the Summer Masters Music program at Cal-State L.A. and taught choral methods at Cal-Poly Pomona and the USC Flora Thornton School of Music.