Humanities

Douglas Anderson

Lecturer of Music

e douglas.anderson@regiscollege.edu
t 781-768-7000

Education

MS, Music Technology, Indiana University/Purdue University, 2008

Bachelor of Music (Composition), Berklee College of Music, 1978

Undergraduate Studies (Pre-Law/Poli-Sci), Hastings College, 1975

Master Piano Studies, Mme Margaret Chaloff 1976

Master Piano Studies, Charlie Banacos 1983-1987

Master Piano Studies, Mari Elizabeth Morgan 1984-1985

Experience

Mr. Anderson has performed worldwide in venues including St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome and The White House in Washington, D.C. Currently Mr. Anderson serves as the director of the Regis Instrumental Ensemble and an adjunct professor in music. Mr. Anderson's private instructors in piano studies include Mme. Margret Chaloff, Charlie Banacos, and Mari Elizabeth Morgan.

Highlighted Performances

Symphony No. 2 (a four movement composition scored for contemporary orchestra)

Fragile Echoes of Color (a collection of six Chamber compositions)

Transitions (a collection of three Chamber compositions)

Instances in the Present (a collection of seven Chamber compositions preformed in the 2013 concert, An Evening of Contemporary Chamber Music at Regis College)

The Sound Wall (an experimental composition in three movements for Orchestra, Synthesizer, and an additional string section)

Performance with the Doug Anderson Trio (a jazz piano trio which performed at the 2016 Regis College Let It Shine Gala)

Mailing Address


Regis College
235 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493
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