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Graduate Music Education Faculty

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Headshot of Frank Abrahams
Associate Dean, Professor of Music Education
Williamson Hall

Frank Abrahams is Professor of Music Education at Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, New Jersey. A native of Philadelphia, Dr. Abrahams holds degrees from Temple University and New England Conservatory. In addition to his work in music education and administration, he enjoys an active career as a pianist, choral conductor, and in musical theater. He is the founder and conductor laureate of the Westminster Conservatory Youth Chorale and is the founder and conductor of the Westminster Conservatory Collegiate Chorale.

Headshot of Janet Cape
Chair, Music Education Department; Associate Professor of Music Education
Taylor 13

Janet Cape is Associate Professor of Music Education at Westminster Choir College of Rider University where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in secondary general music and instrumental methods, and serves as a supervisor of student teachers. Before joining the Westminster Choir College faculty in September 2010, Dr. Cape taught middle and high school instrumental music in Winnipeg, Canada. She has also taught qualitative research methods and supervised pre-service teachers at Arizona State University.

Headshot of Sangmi Kang
Assistant Professor of Music Education
Taylor Hall, Room 4

Sangmi Kang is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at the Westminster Choir College of Rider University. Prior to this appointment, she taught music education courses at the University of Florida as well as pre-K to 12th grade general music in South Korea and the United States. 

Headshot of Jason Vodicka
Assistant Professor of Music Education

Conductor and educator Jason Vodicka is Assistant Professor of Music Education at Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, NJ where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in music education, mentors student teachers, and teaches summer courses in conducting and choral pedagogy for in-service musicians. He is conductor of the Westminster Conservatory Youth Chorale and director of the Westminster Vocal Institute, an intensive two-week summer music program that draws over 100 students from across the United States. Dr.