Dorothy Glick Maglione, Ph.D.
Associate Director of Bands, Assistant Professor of Musicology and Music Education Music, Music Education
Dr. Dorothy Glick Maglione is the Associate Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Music at William Jewell College where she conducts and coordinates The Cardinal Sound and Athletic Band program as well as teaches in the music history and music education sequence.
As one of the first recipients of the Chancellor’s Doctoral Fellowship, Maglione has a Doctor of Philosophy in Musicology from the University of Kansas. She also earned her Master of Music in both Flute Performance and Musicology at KU and her Bachelor of Music in Music Education at East Carolina University. Her research examined the intersection of immigration and music, offering an analysis of the aspects of race, ethnicity, gender, class, and religion evident in early 20th century concerts that occurred on Ellis Island for detained individuals. Maglione presented original scholarship at the American Musicological Society Annual Meeting (2019), Society for American Music Annual Conference (2018, 2020), KU Lenny-Centennial: The Musical Theater of Leonard Bernstein Symposium (2018), Wisconsin Flute Festival (2018), and Michigan Music Research Conference (2018). She received a Summer Research Scholarship in 2017 to conduct archival work in New York and won a Graduate Research Competition Award in 2015 for her paper “Bringing the French Flute School to America: The Pedagogy of Paul Taffanel and Georges Barrère.”
Extremely passionate about teaching and pedagogy, Maglione received the Chancellor's Graduate Teaching Assistant Award and highest accolade of its kind at KU in 2017.
Maglione performs regularly on Baroque and modern flute in the Kansas City and Lawrence areas. With clarinetist Madelyn Moore, Maglione founded the Violetta Duo. They performed at the 2019 International Clarinet Association ClarinetFest, were featured artists at the 2018 National Association of Composers/USA National Conference, and give regular recitals around the United States. The Violetta Duo regularly commissions new works and champions music by lesser-known composers. While at the University of Kansas, Maglione had the privilege to record with the KU Wind Ensemble on the Landscapes and In the Shadow of No Towers Naxos albums (2013), “Bliss” by Michael Torke on the Ecstatic Records Concerto for Orchestra album (2015), and on the Of Shadow and Light Klavier album (2017). In 2013, Maglione performed in Carnegie Hall with the KU Wind Ensemble on the premier of Mohammed Fariouz’s “In the Shadow of No Towers.”
Before pursuing her graduate studies, Maglione was an elementary music educator in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she was awarded Teacher of the Year for both her school and learning community within the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District. In addition to teaching over 750 students weekly music classes, she conducted a recorder ensemble, fifth-grade chorus and two Orff ensembles—Music Makers and the Cougar Consort. The Music Makers were invited to play with the Charlotte Symphony, and Maglione's former students have been selected for All-County Chorus, Northwest School of the Arts and have gone on to pursue music in various capacities. While in the Charlotte, Maglione also worked with the marching bands at Vance and Hough High Schools.
- East Carolina University
- University of Kansas
- University of Kansas