Dr. Earl Holt
Professor of Music/Department Chair of Performing Arts
DMA, Organ Performance, Arizona State University, 1993
Fortepiano Studies, Peabody Conservatory, 1984
MM, Church Music, University of Michigan, 1979
BA, Music and Chemistry, Elon University, 1975
Office: Music Hall, Bldg H-101E
Dr. Earl Holt is Professor of Music and Department Chair of Performing Arts at Lone Star College–Montgomery, where he teaches music theory, ear training, and music history courses. He has served on the faculties of Lone Star College-North Harris (1997-2005), Arizona State University (1990-92, 1996-97), Chandler-Gilbert College (1996-97), and San Jacinto College North (1981-90). Dr. Holt has contributed articles and reviews to The Diapason, the official journal of the International Society for Organ History and Preservation, and authored the published report for the American Guild of Organists 1998 national convention in Denver. He has appeared widely as an organ recitalist and has served as Organist/Choirmaster in churches across the nation. He also serves on the Ethics Committee and the Commission on Music & General Education for the Texas Association of Music Schools.
Organ performance studies with Robert Clark and Richard Apperson. Piano studies with Fletcher Moore and Verena Peachi Lanham. Conducting with Lawrence Marsh. Voice with Terrie Cofield.
Articles (The Diapason):
New Recordings, At The Meyerson: Mary Preston at Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, April 1999.
New Organ Music, Frank Ferko Chant des Étoiles, Naji Hakim Canticum, Gilbert M. Martin Americana, Lionel Rogg, Livre d’Orgue, Mark Thewes, Largo, January 1999.
New Piano Music, Dale Wood Softly and Tenderly, January 1999.
New Organ Music, Marc F. Cheban Suite for Organ, David Ashley White, Triptych for Brass Quintet and Organ, Petr Eben, Two Invocations for Trombone and Organ, Emma Lou Diemer, Communion Hymns for Organ, December 1998.
AGO Denver National Convention Report, November 1998.
New Recordings, Jean Langlais Complete Organ Works, vol. VIII, performed by Ann Labounsky, September 1998.
New Recordings, Johann Pachelbel: The Complete Organ Works, vol. 1-2, performed by Joseph Payne, August 1998.
Interpretive Suggestions for Modern Czech Organ Works, Part 2, August 1997.
Interpretive Suggestions for Modern Czech Organ Works, Part 1, July 1997.
Interpretive Suggestions for Modern Swedish Organ Works, Part 2, February 1996.
Interpretive Suggestions for Modern Swedish Organ Works, Part 1, January 1996.
Interpretive Suggestions for Four Modern American Organ Works, Part 2, September 1995.
Interpretive Suggestions for Four Modern American Organ Works, Part 1, August 1995.