Beverly Carter

Professor of Music
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Contact Information
Phone: 724-458-2083

Beverly Carter


  • Ph.D. Interdisciplinary Arts, Ohio University, 1991
  • M.A. Musicology, Eastman School of Music, 1981
  • Fulbright Scholar, University of Vienna (Austria), 1979-80
  • B.M. Piano Performance (summa cum laude), Furman University, 1977 


  • Grove City College (1992 - present), Professor of Music and Humanities
  • University of Maryland Overseas Division (1988-1991), Adjunct Faculty
  • University of Nebraska at Omaha (1985-1987), Adjunct Faculty
  • Ohio University (1983-1985), Graduate Teaching Assistant
  • Huntington College (1981-1983), Instructor in Music (1983 Professor of the Year)
  • Eastman School of Music (1977-1979), Graduate Assistant to the Chair of Musicology

Selected Works

  • Edited Living Out Loud: Some Christian Perspectives on the Arts (Copley Custom Publishing)
  • Presented papers at the Popular and American Culture Conferences in Philadelphia and New Orleans
  • Authored the Instructor’s Manual/Test Item File and Study Guide for Venton and DiYanni’s Arts and Culture (Prentice-Hall)
  • Reviewer of numerous music festivals, including the Aikens-Cadman Piano Competition and the regional festival of the National Federation of Music Clubs

Academic Interests

  • Interdisciplinary Arts (music, visual arts, architecture, literature)
  • Foreign Study (have led six travel interims to Europe for GCC)
  • Curriculum development

Courses Taught

  • Music History I and II
  • Humanities: Civilization and the Arts
  • Piano
  • Graduate School Adviser

Other Interests

  • Travel
  • Reading
  • Interior Design