Continuing Lecturer // Rueff School // Music
Office and Contact
Room: PAO B190
Phone: (765) 494-3708
Music Appreciation / Piano Studies
Ellen Bulow’s area of research focuses upon on repertoire selection for the piano including practices and process at various levels of performance. She is a dedicated performer herself with many engagements at major regional and national festivals and conferences. Currently, she serves as the President-Elect of Indiana Music Teachers Association.
Bulow’s teaching experience includes applied piano, class piano, piano studio, music theory, musicianship and music appreciation. She is recognized for her work as a collaborative artist.
Bulow received her BA in Music from University of Hawaii, MM in Piano Performance from Winthrop University, DMA in Music Education from Boston University, as well as a Performance Diploma in Piano from Trinity College of Music, London. Previously she had taught at University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Lamar University and Lamar State College in Texas.