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Kevin Nordstrom, D.M.A.

Adjunct Instructor, Applied viola
Faculty String Quartet, Viola

210L CAC
(927)775-2346

Dr. Kevin Nordstrom leads a busy career as performer, teacher, and scholar. He has performed solo concerts in Canada, Italy, Austria, and China, and has given numerous solo recitals throughout the United States. These performances include recitals at Wright State University, Earlham College, Miami University, The University of Florida, and Ball State University, as well as lecture recitals at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and the Xi'an University of Arts and Science in Xi'an, China. In Spring 2018, Dr. Nordstrom was awarded a Bronze Medal at the Global Music Awards for his performance of Joan Tower's Wild Purple for solo viola, presented at Wright State University's Schuster Recial Hall.

An active member of the College Music Society, Dr. Nordstrom has given presentations and performances of viola works by György Ligeti, Charles Koechlin, and Marion Bauer at several of their regional conferences in the United States and Canada. In late 2017, his article on the Ligeti Sonata was published in the Journal of the American Viola Society under the title "Transformation and Distortion - The Process of Variation in Ligeti's Sonata for Viola Solo".

In addition to his scholarly work, Dr. Nordstrom is active in promoting and advancing discourse on string music education. He has presented several clinics for the Texas and Ohio Music Educators Association at their professional development conferences in collaboration with his colleague and brother, Dr. Stephen Nordstrom. These clinics focused on developing exercises for the violin and viola, as well as detailed lesson plans for the private lesson teacher. An active proponent of viola ensemble playing, Dr. Nordstrom directs the Wright State University Viola Choir. For this ensemble, he has produced several arrangements of music by Bizet, Verdi, and Tchaikovsky. In early 2018, his viola quartet arrangement of Bizet’s Carmen: Concert Suite No. 1 was published by Latham Music in collaboration with Ludwig Masters Publications. Dr. Nordstrom’s other activities include ongoing service as an Ensemble Database Editor for the American Viola Society, and on the editorial committee for the American String Teacher Journal, published by the American String Teachers Association. He is also the writer/producer of The Great Composers Podcast, found on iTunes and on the web.

Dr. Nordstrom is currently the Adjunct Instructor of Applied Viola at Wright State University and teaches courses in orchestral string methods and non-western music appreciation. He also serves as the Adjunct Professor of Applied Violin and Viola at Earlham College and Indiana University East in Richmond, Indiana. Dr. Nordstrom holds a Bachelor of Music degree from The University of North Texas, and the degrees of Master of Music, Artist Diploma and Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. His teachers have included Dr. Catharine Carroll, Masao Kawasaki, Dr. Susan Dubois, and Dr. Kathryn Steely.

As an orchestral performer, he was awarded fellowships to the Aspen Music Festival in 2012 and 2013, was a fellowship recipient at the CCM Spoleto Festival in Spoleto, Italy 2011, received a full scholarship to the Music Academy of the West in 2009, and was awarded substantial scholarships to the Manchester Music Festival 2007 and the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival 2006 and 2008. He has been awarded high honors at many international solo competitions as well, including 2nd prize at the Lima Symphony Young Artist Competition 2012, The Cincinnati Conservatory annual concerto competition 2011, and the Hubbard Solo Contest 2007. He was also a semi-finalist in the Sorantin Competition 2011, and recognized as the top violist at the 2009 Crescendo Music Awards.  

Furthering his work as an orchestral musician, he has been fortunate to have served as principal violist of festival orchestras in Italy as well as at the Music Academy of the West, and was the acting principal violist for the Debut Orchestra in Los Angeles for their 2009-2010 season. He also served as assistant principal viola in the Richmond Indiana Symphony from 2012-2017, and has been a guest principal with the Lebanon Symphony as well as guest assistant principal with the Middletown Symphony Orchestra. In addition to teaching and performing on the viola, Dr. Nordstrom enjoys studies in musicology, composing, arranging, and writing about music. His non-musical life often sees him reading volumes on American and ancient history, and spending time with his wife and daughter. 

Education History

BM - Univesrity of North Texas

MM - Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music

AD - Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music

DMA - Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music

Teaching

In my role as a university viola instructor, I am responsible for students with diverse musical backgrounds who share a desire to pursue an education in music and apply it to their lives and careers. My aim as a studio and classroom teacher is to foster a supportive environment where learning is the primary objective of all students as well as myself. I continually seek new ways to communicate and engage with my students so that they learn and grow as people and musicians. I also lead by example, performing recitals and engaging in scholarship so that students can better understand my teaching through my work. By tailoring lesson objectives to each individual, and implementing group activities such as studio classes and a viola choir, I develop students into independent, self-motivated, and confident musicians, who work well with others and will thrive as professionals after graduation.

In lessons, I approach each student as an individual and in a manner which does not suppress their personal characteristics. The most effective way to improve skills is through the study of a wide variety of repertoire, ranging from concertos by Stamitz, Walton, and Bartok to sonatas by Vieuxtemps, Brahms, and Hindemith. Additionally, at every lesson my students are expected to play scales and technical exercises, as well as etudes by Kreutzer, Rode, and Lillian Fuchs among others. While studying this material, students begin to discover how their hands work and what the best way to execute technical challenges is. Even while using the same instructional material across an entire studio, a flexible and imaginative teacher can take into consideration a variety of different learning styles, and formulate new methods that are appropriate to each student in their care. For example, a student preparing for a concerto competition needs a different lesson framework than one getting ready for an orchestra audition. This is the basis for my upcoming OMEA clinic, “Structuring Lesson Plans for a Better Practice Routine,” which focuses on tailoring lesson plans to each student’s learning style and performance needs, providing them with a consistent framework to follow at home.

Weekly studio classes are an integral part of my university teaching. They often take the form of a group lesson, where students perform their current repertoire as well as etudes. Listening activities play an important role in the class as well. For example, I will ask a student to bring to class a recording of a viola work that they enjoy, which they will then describe and everyone will listen to. Often times students will bring recordings of pieces from outside the standard repertoire, which helps to broaden their appreciation for what is available for our instrument.

While playing in the viola choir, students collaborate with one another and establish themselves in leadership roles different from those in traditional chamber music and orchestral settings. Older students have the responsibility of running rehearsals and leading performances. They also serve as mentors to younger students, helping them grow as musicians within a collegial environment. This cooperative effort keeps my students driven both individually and collectively as they strive toward a common goal. Playing in the viola choir is not only a fun activity, but it provides students with additional avenues for performance and personal expression. The experience gained in the viola choir enhances what they learn during lessons, and increases their confidence as performers in a way that will be valuable throughout their careers.

Service

Editoral Committee - American String Teacher, Journal of the American String Teachers Association (ASTA)

Ensemble Database Editor - American Viola Society 

Professional Affiliations/Memberships

American Viola Society

College Music Society 

American String Teachers Association 

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Georganne Nordstrom is the Associate Chair of the English Department and an Associate Professor of Composition and Rhetoric. Her research and teaching in composition focuses on writing center studies,critical and place-based pedagogy, and empirical research. Her teaching and research focused on rhetoric is grounded in Hawaiʻi and examines Indigenous and minority rhetoric, with a specific focus on Hawaiʻi's Creole, Pidgin. Her work has been published in College English, College Composition and Communication, The Writing Lab Newsletter, The Writing Center Journal, and the anthology A Brief History of Rhetoric in the Americas. With Jeff Carroll and Brandy Nālani McDougall, she co-edited Huihui: Navigating art and literature in the Pacific (UH Press, 2015), a multi-genre anthology whose authors represent different nations of the Pacific. Georganne's recent book, A writing center practitioner’s inquiry into collaboration: Pedagogy, practice, and research (Routledge, 2021), presents a model of Practitioner Inquiry for conducting empirical research in writing centers along with studies employing the model. Georganne has been active in all aspects of Writing Program Administration in the department, having served as the Director of Composition and Rhetoric and the Director of the Mentoring Program & First-year Writing. From 2012-2020, Georganne served as the Director of the UHM Writing Center and is currently the Vice President of the International Writing Center Association.  


Publications


Book Projects
  • Nordstrom, G. (2021). A writing center’s practitioner’s inquiry into collaboration: A model for pedagogy, practice, and research. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Carroll, J., McDougall, B. N., Nordstrom, G. (Eds.). (2015). Huihui: Navigating art and literature in the Pacific. Honolulu, HI: UH Press.
Peer-Reviewed Articles
  • Nordstrom, G. (2019). A practitioner’s inquiry into professionalization: When we does not equal collaboration. Praxis: A Writing Center Journal, 17(1), 87-117.
  • Nordstrom, G., Furtado, N., Gushiken, G., Ito-Fujita, A., Iwashita, K., Kurashige, N., Togafau, K., and Wang, I. (Fall 2019). Affirming our liminality & writing on the walls: How we welcome in our writing center. The Peer Review Journal, 3(1). http://thepeerreview-iwca.org/issues/redefining-welcome/affirming-our-liminality-writing-on -the-walls-how-we-welcome-in-our-writing-center/
  • Nordstrom, G. (2015). Practitioner inquiry: Articulating a model for RAD research in the writing center. The Writing Center Journal, 35(1), 87-116.
  • Nordstrom, G. (2015). Pidgin as rhetorical sovereignty: Articulating Indigenous and minority rhetorical practices with the language politics of place. College English, 77(4), 317-337.
  • Nordstrom, G. & McDougall, B. N. (2011). Ma ka hana ka ‘ike (In the work is the knowledge):
  • Kaona as rhetorical action. College Composition and Communication, 63(1), 98-121.
  • Nordstrom, G. (2003). Finding their way to the writing center: Language perceptions of Pidgin speakers and non-native speakers from Asian countries. The Writing Lab Newsletter, 28(3), 8-11.
Book Chapters
  • Nordstrom, G. & kuʻualoha hoʻomanawanui. (Invited, Forthcoming 2021). (Non-European) Post-colonial Hawaiian, 20th-21st centuries CE, Hawaiʻi prefatory introduction. In H. Wu and T. S. Graban (Eds.), Global rhetorical traditions. Parlor Press.
  • Nordstrom, G. & kuʻualoha hoʻomanawanui. (Forthcoming 2021). He inoa no ke kanaka (In the name of the person): Mele inoa as rhetorical continuity. In H. Wu and T. S. Graban (Eds.), Global rhetorical traditions. Parlor Press.
  • Carroll, J. & McDougall, B. N., Nordstrom, G. (2015). Hoʻohuihui: Navigating the Pacific through words. In J. Carroll, B. N. McDougall, & G Nordstrom (Eds.) Huihui: Navigating art and literature in the Pacific (pp. 1-13). Honolulu, HI: UH Press.
  • Nordstrom, G. & McDougall, B. N. (2015). Stealing the piko: (Re)placing Kānaka Maoli at Disney’s Aulani resort. In J. Carrol, B. N. McDougall & G. Nordstrom (Eds.) Huihui: Navigating art and literature in the Pacific (pp. 160-177). Honolulu, HI: UH Press.
  • Nordstrom, G. (2010). Rhetoric and resistance in Hawai‘i: How silenced voices speak out in a colonized context. In D. Baca & V. Villanueva (Eds). Rhetorics of the Americas: 3114 BCE to 2012 CE (pp. 117-141). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan
Reviews
  • Nordstrom, G. (2019). Review of the book Writing centers and disability, by R. D. Babcock & S. Daniels. Writing Center Journal, 37(2).
  • Nordstrom, G. (2014). Mauna Kea: Temple under siege [Rev. of the film Mauna Kea: Temple under siege. Dir. Puhipau, Joan Landers and Nā Maka o ka ‘Āina.]. Alexander Street Press. 2014. Web. (Reprinted from V. Hereniko (Ed) (2006), The Contemporary Pacific, 18(1), 207-210.
  • Nordstrom, G. (2006). Mauna Kea: Temple under siege. [Rev. of the film Mauna Kea: Temple under siege. Dir. Puhipau, Joan Landers and Nā Maka o ka ‘Āina.] In V. Hereniko (Ed), The Contemporary Pacific, 18(1), 207-210.

Areas of Interest


Critical Pedagogy and Composition (including Writing Center Theory) and the implications of location on praxis, Empirical Research, and Place-based rhetoric: Indigenous and minority rhetoric

Awards


  • 2018-19 Fulbright Award to the National University of Ireland, Galway.
  • UHM 2016 Chancellor’s Citation for Meritorious Teaching.
  • The 2012 Richard Braddock Award for the article “Ma ka Hana ka ‘Ike (In the Work is the Knowledge): Kaona as Rhetorical Action,” a collaboration with Brandy Nālani McDougall.

Education


  • BA, English, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
  • MA, English/concentration: Composition and Rhetoric, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
  • PhD, English/concentration: Composition and Rhetoric, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
 

Courses


Spring Semester 2022
  • ENG-709: Seminar in Rhetoric: Reading Indigenous Practices as Rhetorical Action

Fall Semester 2021
  • ENG-306: Argumentative Writing

Spring Semester 2021
  • ENG-705: Seminar in Composition Studies (Research Methodologies)

Fall Semester 2020

Spring Semester 2020
  • ENG-409: Studies: Comp/Rhet/Language
  • ENG-709: Seminar in Rhetoric

Sours: http://english.hawaii.edu/faculty/georganne-nordstrom/
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