Weber State University Music Faculty and Staff
Associate Professor Music, Musicology & Ethnomusicology,
Music Area Program Coordinator
Carey Campbell is Associate Professor of Music at Weber State University, where he has taught musicology and ethnomusicology courses since 2008. Carey also currently serves as the Music Area Program Coordinator.
Carey's publications have appeared in Performance Practice Review, Eighteenth-Century Music, Early Music, and on PopMatters.com, and he is a contributor to Musicians and Composers of the Twentieth Century. He has given presentations at national and regional meetings of the American Musicological Society and the Popular Culture Association, was a presenter at the first annual Vu Symposium of Electronic, Experimental, and Improvised Music, and was a collaborator on the "Windows to Bach" project presented to the Music Teacher's National Association. Carey is frequently called upon to write program notes for WSU performances, and has three published CD liner notes to his credit. Carey is a content author for the State of Utah's Technology-Intensive
Carey received a PHD in Musicology in 2008 from the University of Minnesota, and also holds degrees in Horn Performance and Music Education.
Carey’s research interests include performance practice, cultural studies, critical theory, electronic music, and postmodernism.
You can keep up with Carey at his website.