Full Name: 
Jusiel, Margaret
Adjunct Professor of Music
Primary Department: 
Department of Fine Arts
College of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
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Fine Arts

Margaret "Maggie" Jusiel began her formal education at the University of South Florida, and completed her Bachelors degree in music education at Concord University in 1998. She taught music in the WV public school system from 1999 to 2003, and has taught private lessons in winds and strings since 1990. She made the transition from piano tuning hobbyist to professional tuner in 2002, then to tuner/technician in 2004. She received her master of arts degree in music with a primary concentration in flute and a secondary concentration in music pedagogy from Radford University in 2013. Maggie is a member of the American Banjo Fraternity, Early Music America, the National Association for Music Education, the Piano Technicians Guild, and the Viola da Gamba Society of New York. She does not mind students using her cell phone to call or text: 304-952-8615.

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M.A. in Music, Radford University (2013)
B.A. in Music Education, Concord University (1998)

Research Interests/Publications: 

Italian influence in the music of Turlough O'Carolan
Piano technology


Campus Box #: 
Box F-1