Maureen Walton, BM
Instructor of Piano, Aural Skills/Accompanist

(317) 955-6759
mwalton@marian.edu
Steffen Music Center, Room MB11

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Biography 

Maureen Walton is a versatile educator, performer and collaborative pianist. She takes a practical approach in her music classes focusing on student support and success.  In her role as the music department pianist, Professor Walton is able to understand and help performers with issues such as performance anxiety having been a solo performer herself.  As a singer, Professor Walton has a sensitive ear to what is needed to help young singers be at their best. Finally, Professor Walton is a responsive, experienced and knowledgeable ensemble accompanist. 

Education

  • BM in Voice Performance, Piano Secondary, Butler University, 1983

Courses taught

  • MUL 125, 126, 225, 226 Class Piano I-IV
  • MUS 166, 365, 366 Aural Skills I-III
  • Accompanist for Marian University Vocal Ensembles and Private Lessons

Affiliations

  • Indianapolis Opera (Chorus, Accompanist)
  • Indianapolis Symphony Metropolitan Youth Orchestra (Accompanist)
  • Indianapolis Symphonic Choir (Accompanist)
  • University of Indianapolis Vocal Arts Institute (Accompanist, Vocal Coach)

Research interests

  • Overcoming the challenges for the beginning-level piano college student
  • Overcoming the challenges for the beginning-level aural skills college student

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