Dr. Carrie Magin

Instructor of Music Composition, Interlochen Arts Camp

Assistant Professor of Music Composition and Theory, Houghton College

D.M.A., Music Composition, University of Cincinnati College - Conservatory of Music (CCM); M.M., Music Composition, University of Cincinnati (CCM); B.M., Music Composition, University of Michigan; B.M.A. Percussion Performance, University of Michigan

With music of luminous vocal resonance, percussive intensity, and shimmering instrumentation, internationally-performed composer Carrie Magin traverses a wide emotional range with her fresh and universal voice.

Carrie Magin’s current interests revolve around the relationship between sung or spoken text and music with recent commissions by the University of Cincinnati CCM Chorale, the UC Women's Chorus, bass trombonist Russ Zokaites, and the Immanuel Presbyterian Choir in Cincinnati, OH. In August of 2015, Vocalypse of Halifax, Nova Scotia will premiere her upcoming opera, "Voice on the Wire."

Past honors include a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship, a Strategic Opportunity Stipend from the New York Foundation for the Arts, and a residency with Chamber Music Campania’s The Fiati 5 in Foggia, Italy.

Carrie Magin holds degrees from the University of Michigan and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and is currently Assistant Professor of Music Composition and Theory at Houghton College in upstate NY.