Dorothy Glick

Dorothy Glick 

A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Dorothy Glick earned her Master of Music in both Flute Performance and Musicology at the University of Kansas and her Bachelor of Music in Music Education at East Carolina University. Before pursuing her graduate studies, Dorothy was a music educator for four years in Charlotte, North Carolina where she was awarded “Teacher of the Year” for both her school and learning community within the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District. Her major flute instructors have included Jennifer Dior, Dr. Christine Gustafson, David Fedele, and most recently, Dr. Sarah Frisof. While at the University of Kansas, Dorothy had the privilege to record with the KU Wind Ensemble on the “Landscapes” and “In the Shadow of No Towers” Naxos albums and “Bliss” by Michael Torke for Ecstatic Records. In 2013, Dorothy performed in Carnegie Hall with the KU Wind Ensemble on the premier of Mohammed Fariouz’s “In the Shadow of No Towers.” As one of the first recipients of the Chancellor’s Doctoral Fellowship, Dorothy is currently working on a Doctor of Philosophy in Musicology at the University of Kansas.

Dorothy Glick Maglione, Chancellor's Doctoral Fellow Musicology Division - The University of Kansas

Dorothy teaches: (Tuesday and Wednesday)