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Clinical Associate Professor

Huff WebDaniel M. Huff (Clinical Associate Professor) did his undergraduate work at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois majoring in voice and piano. He holds Masters and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he studied choral conducting with Robert Fountain and music education with Eunice Boardman Meske and Anthony Barresi.

He is currently Area Head for Music Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he conducts the UNC Glee Club (Tenors and Basses), a group which tours regularly in the Midwest, East and Southeast, and teaches choral conducting and undergraduate and graduate courses in music education. Besides his performances with the UNC Glee Club, over the past 24 years, he has conducted or adjudicated over 145 state and regional festivals and workshops involving public school students in settings from the Mid-West to Southeast, presented 92 choral clinics and another 21 local to national in-service sessions for public school teachers and teacher candidates. In addition, he is Director of UNC’s HS Music Camp, as well as founder and conductor of the All-Carolina Invitational Male Choral Festival.

He is a member of the Music Educator’s National Conference, Intercollegiate Men’s Choruses, Inc., the American Choral Director’s Association, North Carolina Music Educator’s Association and the College Music Society, serving in several leadership positions in the North Carolina chapter.