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MEET THE MUSIC FACULTY

 

Rosemary Herlong Hunter, Fine Arts Division Director

rhunter@wallace.edu

334-556-2458
Ms. Hunter earned a Bachelor's of Music and Masters of Music in piano performance from The Florida State University in 1980. She joined the Wallace Community College Faculty as a Music instructor in 1999, and became Division Director of Fine Arts in 2007. Ms. Hunter performs with a Duo-Piano Performing Team with Dr. Angela Glover, professor at Baptist College of Florida.


 
 
Ashley Gresko, Choral Music Director
agresko@wallace.edu
334-556-2277
Ashley Gresko is Wallace Community College's Choral Music director. She holds a Master’s of Choral Music Education from Auburn University and a Bachelor’s of Music Education from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania. Before coming to Wallace, Mrs. Gresko taught music throughout Ohio, South Carolina, and Alabama. She held the position of Choral Director at several high schools and Music Instructor at Central Alabama Community College.

Throughout her career, Ashley has performed professionally as vocalist and cellist. She has a passion for musical theatre as well as classical and contemporary choral music. Mrs. Gresko is an experienced choreographer and clinician for show choirs, theatre programs, and marching bands. A career highlight was serving as the "Tiger Eyes" Auxiliary Coordinator for The Auburn University Marching Band in 2008-2009. More about choral music at Wallace.


 

Dr. Paul Morelli, Director of Instrumental Music

pmorelli@wallace.edu
334-556-2619
Dr. Paul Morelli is Wallace Community College's Instrumental Music director. He holds a Doctor of Musical Arts in Performance with a minor in Conducting from the University of Memphis and a Bachelor of Music and Master of Music in Jazz Studies.

 Before coming to Wallace, Dr. Morelli taught instrumental music at a college in Dodge City, Kansas, and also led that city's symphony and jazz orchestra. While living in Memphis, he performed professionally as a trumpeter, saxophonist, clarinetist, and flutist in both classical and commercial ensembles. Highlights include performing for the Temptations, as jazz soloist with the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, and on NPR's Toast of the Nation with James Mathus' band. In addition to his work as a performer, Dr. Morelli is an experienced composer/arranger, especially for jazz ensembles. More about instrumental music at Wallace.


 

David Brickle, Adjunct Piano Instructor
dbrickle@wallace.edu

David Brickle is Wallace Community College's Piano Instructor. He is currently a candidate for the Doctor of Music in Piano Performance degree as well as the Specialized Studies Program in Pedagogy of Music Theory at Florida State University. He holds a Master of Music Degree in Piano Performance from Florida State University and a Bachelor's of Music degree from The University of South Carolina.

 As a performer, David has appeared in numerous artist recitals throughout the US, as soloist with orchestra, and in several performances on the ETV Radio program "On the Keys." Currently, he serves as a faculty member at the Blue Lake Fine Arts Campus (Twin Lake, MI), and previously at the FSU Piano Institute (Tallahassee, FL), and has taught at various arts academies across the east coast.