Dr. Jacob Womack teaches Piano Pedagogy, Applied Piano, and Introduction to Music at Concord University. He received a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance from West Virginia University, Master’s of Music in Piano Pedagogy and Performance from The Pennsylvania State University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from West Virginia University. His teachers include Dr. James Miltenberger, Dr. Steven Smith, and Marylène Dosse.
Dr. Womack has performed as a soloist and collaborative artist at several colleges and music festivals including Westminster College, Potomac State College, “Staunton Music Festival: Schubert and Brahms,” and “First Stage” in Lewisburg, WV. He took third prize in the jazz competition and was a semi-finalist in the classical competition at the 2013 WVU “Intersection of Jazz and Classical Piano Festival and Competition.” In 2010 he gave the US premiere of Denny Euprasert’s “Piano Sonata.” In 2009 he received the MTNA Star Award for demonstrating excellence as a graduate teaching assistant. As an undergraduate Dr. Womack received first prize in the West Virginia Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) “Young Artist Competition” and represented the state in the MTNA Eastern regional competition at Duquesne University.
In addition to his work at Concord University, Dr. Womack serves as the Director of Music at School of Harmony in Beaver, WV. He is leading School of Harmony in an All-Steinway School of Distinction Initiative.
EducationD.M.A., West Virginia University
M.M., Penn State
B.M., West Virginia University