Stacie Rossow

Dr. Stacie Rossow
DMA, University of Miami
Associate Professor

Associate Chair, Department of Music
Associate Director of Choral and Vocal Studies

Areas of Expertise:

Office Phone: 561.297.4230
Office: AL 246


Dr. Stacie Lee Rossow is Associate Professor and Associate Director of Choral and Vocal Studies at Florida Atlantic University where she teaches in the areas of conducting, voice, literature, and research methods in addition to conducting the University Women’s Chorus. Dr. Rossow holds bachelor and master’s degrees from Florida Atlantic and received her Doctorate in Choral Conducting from the University of Miami. While at the University of Miami she was awarded the Theodore Presser Award for Research in Music for her work in the area of Irish choral music and her thesis, entitled The Choral Music of Irish Composer Michael McGlynn, was the first on Mr. McGlynn and is currently held in the Irish Traditional Music Archive in Dublin. In 2015, Dr. Rossow was awarded the Faculty Talon Award for Excellence in Leadership at Florida Atlantic University.

A faculty member at the inaugural Anúna Summer School in Dublin, Dr. Rossow taught at four summer sessions, has served as the studio conductor for four Anúna recordings, and has premiered several of Mr. McGlynn’s works. An active adjudicator and clinician for both voice and choral activities, Dr. Rossow has presented on a variety of topics relating to Irish choral music, education, and choral literature. Most recently, her research has been chosen for presentation at the National Association for Music Education’s, College Music Society, and National Collegiate Choral Organization’s national conferences. In addition, the Florida Atlantic University Women’s Chorus were selected to perform at the Florida ACDA Conference, November 2017.  Dr. Rossow’s current research includes defining the National Choral Compositional School of Irel