Horne, Camilla
Horne, Camilla

Camilla Horne

Lecturer of Music

Music
Office: B46 Kleinpell Fine Arts
Phone: 715-425-3183

Email: camilla.horne@uwrf.edu

Education:

P.h.D. University of Minnesota
M.M.A Conducting, Conservatory of Music, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Additional graduate studies at: The University of Arizona, San Jose State University and Rhode Island College
B.A. Vocal and Instrumental Music Education, Augustana College

Courses Taught:

Music Education, World Music, Piano for Non-Majors, Integrating Music into the Elementary Classroom, Supervision of Student Teachers

Dr. Camilla ("Cammy") Horne has been involved in music education for more than 30 years. She has taught instrumental, choral, and classroom music at all levels in eight different states. Camilla received her B.A. in Vocal and Instrumental Music Education (majoring in voice, keyboard, and flute) from Augustana College in Sioux Falls SD, a Masters of Musical Arts in Conducting from the University of Missouri in Kansas City MO, and a Ph.D. in Music from the University of Minnesota.   

At UW-River Falls, she teaches Music Education I, Integrating Music into the Elementary Classroom, Piano for Non-Majors, Music and Art for the Early Learner, World Music, Introduction to Music Education, and supervises Student Teachers. In addition to her work at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, Camilla also directs the River Falls Gospel Choir, is the Minnesota Chapter Representative for the Gospel Music Workshop of America, and teaches Vocal Pedagogy and Vocal Health classes each year at the James Cleveland National Gospel Music Workshop Convention. She performs regularly as a conductor, vocalist, keyboardist, and instrumentalist around the United States and is a presenter at local, state, and regional music workshops and conventions.   

Camilla has three children and lives in Saint Paul, MN. She proclaims, "I am thrilled to be a member of the distinguished faculty at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and thoroughly enjoy working with the gifted students attending this exceptional university."