Dr. Larry Lipkis is the Bertha Mae Starner '27 and Jay F. Starner Professor of Music and Composer-in-Residence at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. He has been a full time faculty member since 1979 and served as Chairman of the Music Department from 1997-2000. As Composer-in-Residence, Dr. Lipkis advises the students in the Composition track within the Bachelor of Music program. This includes individual and group lessons in composition and directing the annual Moravian College Composers' Concert. In the photo above, Dr. Lipkis poses with conductor Don Spieth and members of the Class of '09 who performed solos in his orchestral works Pas de Deux and Rondo Caprice (premiered in November, 2008) Dr. Lipkis' teaching schedule for the 2015-2016 academic year:

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Fall semester: Chromatic Harmony, Form, Orchestration, 20th C. to 1945, The Mostly Monteverdi Ensemble ("The Monties"), and the Baroque Ensemble
Spring semester: Diatonic Harmony and Contemporary Music since 1945, Composition lessons and praciticum courses
Collegium Musicum, The Monties, The Baroque Ensemble