B.M., Ouachita Baptist University M.M., University of Texas D.M.A, University of Colorado Boulder
Dr. Aaron Harp serves as assistant professor of music and director of choral and vocal studies at Wofford College. He conducts Wofford Singers and Women’s Choir, teaches private voice lessons, and teaches vocal diction, music theory and music appreciation courses.
In addition to his conducting and teaching, Aaron is active as a professional soloist and choral singer. He specializes in early music, particularly the music of Bach, and has performed as a soloist in all of Bach’s major choral works and many of his cantatas. He has sung with noted professional choral ensembles across the country, including Santa Fe Desert Chorale, The Thirteen, Houston Bach Society and Colorado Bach Ensemble.
Prior to his doctorate, he taught choir at the secondary level in Texas for five years.
Away from Wofford, Aaron enjoys spending time with his wife and four daughters, mountain and road biking, hiking, snow skiing, playing board games, reading and trying to pull the perfect shot of espresso.