Faculty & Staff

Molly Roseman

Molly Roseman

Professor of Piano

NFAC 319
(715) 346-3727
mroseman@uwsp.edu

Prospective students interested in a complimentary lesson should contact Molly Roseman at mroseman@uwsp.edu.

Education

  • 1998: D.M. Piano Performance - Florida State University
  • 1990: M.M. Performance and Literature - Eastman School of Music
  • 1987: B.M. Piano Performance - University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory

Courses Taught

  • Applied
  • Class Piano
  • Piano Pedagogy
  • Piano Literature
  • Accompanying
  • 17th and 18th Century Music Literature

About

Molly Roseman is Professor of Piano where she teaches applied piano, piano pedagogy, piano literature, and other piano related courses at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Roseman is a versatile performer who has appeared in many venues on the state, regional, and national levels. She has performed numerous times on Wisconsin Public Radio and has appeared at such venues including the South Beach Up North Music Festival (WI), the Atlanta Pro-Mozart Society, the Tallahassee Bach Parley (FL), the National Flute Association, and the International Saxophone Symposium. She has performed with the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra and the Central Wisconsin Symphony Orchestra and regularly performs with the Green Bay Symphony as their orchestral pianist.

Roseman, with her husband Jacob, also maintains an active performance schedule as a flute and piano duo. They have given numerous recitals at colleges, public school outreach programs, and chamber music series. In 2006, they released their debut CD "Something Old, Something Borrowed, Something Blue" which has received notable acclaim. More information can be found at www.rosemanduo.com.

Ms. Roseman is a frequent clinician and has given various piano-related workshops at the local, state and regional level. She is an active member of the Wisconsin Music Teachers Association and is listed in Who's Who Among America's Teachers, Who's Who of American Women, and Who's Who in American Education.

Her teachers include James Streem, Jeffrey Kahane, and Richard Cass. Additional studies include collaborative piano with Jean Barr at the Eastman School of Music. Dr. Roseman has previously taught at Oklahoma Baptist University, Florida State University, and the Wausau Conservatory of Music.