Roger Vogel

Professor Emeritus
Music Theory/Composition

Roger C. Vogel is Professor Emeritus of Music Theory and Composition at the University of Georgia. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. Vogel studied music theory and composition at the Ohio State University and earned the Ph. D. in 1975. His major professors were Marshall Barnes, Jay Huff, Norman Phelps, and Wolf Rosenberg.

A productive composer, Dr. Vogel has over 130 compositions and several journal articles to his credit. Since he joined the faculty of the University of Georgia in 1976, Dr. Vogel has written over 110 original works which have been published by eleven different publishing firms. Notable among his awards are prizes from the Roger Wagner Choral Composition Competition, the National Saxophone Workshop Composition Contest, the National Flute Association, the Delius Composition Competition, and the Albert Christ-Janer Award. His works have been performed in recitals and at conventions and festivals throughout the United States, South America, and Europe.

Dr. Vogel has received commissions from a vast array of organizations, including the Georgia Music Teachers Association, the University of Georgia, Sigma Alpha Iota Professional Women's Music Fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha Professional Men's Music Fraternity, the Helios Duo, The Fellowship of Reason, the Athens Master Chorale, the Medical College of Georgia, Georgia 'Cello Society, and the Bass Club of Georgia.

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