School of Music

Adrianna Marshall
Adrianna Andrews-Marshall

Office Location: 210 Browne Hall
Office Phone: 309.298.1544
Title: Assistant Professor, Music Education

Adrianna A. Marshall, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Music Education and BM/Music Teacher Certification Advisor at Western Illinois University. During the 2012-2013, she was the WIU Dissertation Fellow for the Music Education Department. Dr. Marshall received a Bachelor of Science degree in music liberal arts, and minored in business administration from Xavier University of Louisiana. She is a trained Suzuki violin teacher registered with the Suzuki Association of the Americas. She continued her post- baccalaureate music education studies at the University of New Orleans and at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory. Dr. Marshall completed her Master of Music degree in music education at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University; and completed her Doctor of Philosophy degree in music education at the University of Florida.

During her doctoral studies, Dr. Marshall created a curriculum teacher handbook for the University of Florida-Opera Department Community Outreach Program, represented the music department as the Graduate Student Council representative, and taught several undergraduate courses in music education including; String Skills I, Strings Skills II, Elementary Music for the Classroom Teacher, and Strings Class Teaching. In the past ten years, she has also taught orchestra and general music in New Orleans, LA, Kansas City, MO, and Baltimore, MD, and Gainesville, FL. She has also presented sessions for local, state, and national music educator conferences and professional development workshops.