Ann Harrington is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at Florida State University. Prior to her appointment at FSU, she served as the elementary general music specialist for the University of Southern Mississippi, Ball State University, and the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Harrington’s research interests include community music, music perception and cognition, and music-making across the lifespan. She has presented her work at state, national, and international conferences, and her research is published in UPDATE: Applications of Research in Music Education, Contributions to Music Education, the International Journal of Community Music, and is featured in the UPDATE podcast series.
Harrington is certified in Orff Schulwerk and has served as a general music teacher for preschool, elementary, and middle school students in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Kentucky. She also has the pleasure of serving as an instructor for the New Horizons International Music Association. She received her degrees in Music Education from the University of Kentucky (PhD and MM) and the University of Southern Mississippi (BME).
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