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The Music program at EWU is committed to students who seek careers in music as well as to providing music instruction and experience for the general university student. Graduates are prepared to become performers, composers, conductors, theorists, teachers or scholars.
119 Music Building
Cheney, WA 99004
Erin Foster, Theory and Music in the Humanities OnlineMusic Theory and Online Music in the HumanitiesMusic Building #209Phone: (509)359-6211Fax: (509)359-7028Email: email@example.com
Erin Foster is the first year music theory and ear training instructor at Eastern Washington University and teaches bassoon lessons and Woodwind Methods at Gonzaga University. She is the developer and teacher of the Online Music in the Humanities course at EWU. Ms. Foster is an "Eastern Washington University Honor Faculty Member" award recipient for outstanding teaching.
Ms. Foster performs with many groups in the greater Spokane area including the Spokane Symphony Orchestra, Coeur d'Alene Summer Theater, Spokane Opera and Coeur d'Alene Opera Orchestras. She was a long-standing member of the Westwind Woodwind Quintet- -an educational ensemble of the Spokane Symphony--and Mosaic Winds.
In the music education arena, Ms. Foster coaches the winds and brass for the Spokane Youth Orchestra's Junior Symphony Orchestras. She adjudicates for many area and state solo/ ensemble and large group festivals and coaches woodwinds for schools throughout the great Spokane region as well as teaching private bassoon lessons.
Before moving to Eastern Washington, Ms. Foster played with the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra in Reno, Nevada, Reno Opera Orchestra, Reno Salon Orchestra, Reno Wind Quintet, and freelanced with many other Nevada and California chamber groups and orchestras. She has a master's degree in bassoon performance.
Ms. Foster resides in Cheney with her husband, Bill Foster, band teacher at Cheney Middle School, and the bass trombonist with Spokane Jazz Orchestra and the Bob Curnow Big Band. They have two daughters.