Virginia Kleeberg, M.A., M.M.
Music and Humanities

Virginia Kleeberg, M.A., M.M.


Virginia Kleeberg has been adjunct faculty in Marian’s Adult Programs since 2007. She has taught Music Appreciation, History of Rock and Roll, and Humanities.

Virginia earned her Bachelor of Arts in Music from Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota, her Master of Arts in Music History and Theory from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and a Master of Music in Choral Conducting and teaching license in general and choral music from Ball State University, earning the latter as a non-traditional student.

She has taught elementary school general music and high school choir, and currently serves as a substitute teacher in general education, music, art, and physical education classes in Muncie elementary schools. She also teaches piano and voice privately from her home.

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