Director of music education
Phone: (804) 828-8523
Office: James W. Black Music Center, Room 1006
David Greennagel is an assistant professor and director of music education at VCU and has been involved in music education for more than 25 years. Known as a child-centered educator, he has taught in settings ranging from rural to urban, K-12 to university. He is the editor of the Virginia Music Educators Association Journal, Notes, is chair-elect of the MENC National Council of State Editors and is a member of the editorial board of Southern Music Education Research.
Specializing in the adolescent voice, Greennagel is in demand as a guest conductor and adjudicator. He has held positions as the director of music education at Florida International University in Miami, and supervisor of arts education for Arlington, Va., Public Schools. Greennagel has served for six years on the faculty at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Va., as co-coordinator of the music program and director of choral activities and applied voice. He is a Higgins Fellow and a recipient of the Thomas Branch Award for Excellence in Teaching.