Elizabeth Gunlogson serves as Associate Professor of Music at the University of New Hampshire. Prior to this appointment, she served on the faculties of Morgan State University, the Baltimore School for the Arts and Luther College. Active as a performer, Dr. Gunlogson has worked with the Tallahassee Symphony, Annapolis Opera, Opera Vivente, the Maryland Philharmonic and Keith Brion and his New Sousa Band. She also performs regularly with the trio, Northern Accord, an ensemble formed to explore music written for the combination of mezzo-soprano, clarinet and piano. Active in the International Clarinet Association, Dr. Gunlogson was selected performed at the 2010 and 2012 international conferences. She also served as a judge for the 2011 and 2008 ICA International High School Clarinet Solo Competition and is the organization’s New Hampshire State Chairperson. Originally from Alaska, Dr. Gunlogson attended Luther College, Indiana University and Florida State University. While at Florida State University, she received a Dissertation Research Grant to assist in her pedagogical studies of clarinetist Stanley Hasty. Most recently she has presented her research on Hasty through publication in The Clarinet and at the 2010 International Clarinet Association conference and the 2010 Eastman School of Music Hasty 90th Birthday Celebration.
D.M., Clarinet Performance, Florida State University
M.M., Music, Indiana University
B.A., Music Management&Merchandising, Luther College
MUSI 457: Woodwind Ensemble
MUSI 471: Theory I
MUSI 472: Theory I
MUSI 515: Music in World Cultures
MUSI 552: Clarinet
MUSI 752: Clarinet
MUSI 852: Clarinet
Selected Artistic Activities
UNH Chamber Players (clarinet): L'Histoire du soldat by Stravinsky (2019).
UNH Faculty Composers Concert (clarinet): Duo for Clarinets by M. Annicchiarico (premiere) (2019).
The New Sousa Band (clarinet)-Guest Artist Clinic "The Art of the Sousa March"-Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic (2018).
New Sousa Band (clarinet)-Featured Guest Artists, International Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic (2018).
New Sousa Band (clarinet)-Guest Artist performance (2018).