Phi Kappa Phi Artist 2014-2016

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  • Closed until 2016

Current Recipients

Carolyn Eggleston 
Phi Kappa Phi Scholar

Jeffrey Snedeker 
Phi Kappa Phi Artist 

Jeffrey Snedeker
Central Washington University

Dr. Jeffrey Snedeker’s career as a performing artist and scholar spans 25 years. During this time, he has played concertos, recitals, and natural horn and jazz performances throughout the U.S., and in Canada, Germany, France, Switzerland, Finland, Taiwan, South Africa, and Australia. He also has released two critically-acclaimed solo recordings featuring the horn in a jazz setting and two solo recordings of the natural horn.

Receiving numerous performance and teaching awards, Snedeker is a leader on his campus and in his field. Most notably, he received first place in the Natural Horn Division of the 1991 American Horn Competition. In addition, he also holds the 2012 Washington Music Educators Association Higher Education Educator of the Year and the 2014 Washington State Ormsby Award for Faculty Citizenship.

Snedeker has taught in the Music Department at CWU since 1991. He holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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