Meet the Faculty
Dr. Timothy Thompson is Professor of Music with the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, where he has served on the faculty since 1979. He has also served on the faculties of the University of North Carolina and Wisconsin. He has been guest soloist with the National Orchestras of Bolivia and Thailand, the North Carolina Symphony, the Music Festival of Arkansas, Pinnacle Players (Little Rock, AR), the North Arkansas Symphony, the Fort Smith (AR) Symphony, and the Southeast Kansas Symphony as well as bands of the University of Arkansas and Kasetsart Univeristy in Bangkok, Thailand. He has been featured as soloist and teacher, and with chamber and orchestral ensembles in Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Thailand, and throughout Europe and the United States. During summers he serves on the faculty of Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp (MI). Thompson has served guest residencies at dozens of schools and universities including the Queensland Conservatorium of Music (Br isbane, Australia), the National University of Bolivia (La Paz), the Instituto de Bellas Artes (Santa Cruz, Bolivia), and several universities in Thailand. Dr. Thompson earned the degree of Doctor of Musical Arts, as well as Master of Music, from the University of Wisconsin. He earned the Bachelor of Music degree from the University of North Carolina. Principal teachers were Douglas Hill, Boris Rybka and Wayne Amick. Additional studies have included work with Dale Clevenger, Roland Pandolfi, Ifor James and Froydis Wekre.
B.M., University of North Carolina
M.M., University of Wisconsin
D.M.A., University of Wisconsin