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Teaching History at Wilmington College
Ms. Haskins began her teaching career at Wilmington College as Adjunct Instructor of Music in 1978. Prior to this time she was a freelance voice teacher. In 1995 Haskins moved into a half-time position and was promoted to Assistant Professor. She continued to teach half-time with an overload until 2009 when Ms. Haskins began teaching full time.
Ms. Haskins retired after teaching nearly 4 decades of WC students in the spring of 2017. Haskins continues to direct Collegium Musicum, the early music ensemble.
Opera Workshop, Voice Class, Private Voice Lessons, Vocal Pedagogy, Survey of Western Music I and II, Piano Class I, Introduction to Music, Introduction to Music: Soundscapes and Skills Senior Performance/Research Project, Music Theory I & II, Music in America, and Classical Voices: Sounds of Peace. Ms. Haskins is currently the director of the Wilmington College Community Chorus and the Collegium Musicum (early music ensemble).
My Garden for Soprano, Violin, and Piano, Vivace Press, 2004
My Garden for Soprano and Orchestra, Orchestrated by Robert J. Haskins,
Vivace Press, 2004.
My Garden for Soprano, Violin, and Piano, recorded by Christine Howlett, Patrick Wood Uribe, and Holly Chatham on the CD Love Raise Your Voice, MSR Classics, 2011 available on Amazon.com .
Child of Love for Treble Voices, Flute and Keyboard- recorded by the Orlando Deanery Girl’s Choir and Deanery Boy’s Choir of The Cathedral Church of Saint Luke on the CD Prayer For Peace, 2004.
1998 Distinguished Faculty Award given by the Wilmington College Alumni Association for excellence in teaching.
Off Campus Study Experiences
Private voice study for over 30 years with Margret Kommel, Springfield, Ohio
Private recorder study for one year with Michael Mattimore, Springfield, Ohio and for one year with Margaret Erin, Dayton, Ohio
Performing with My Musical Friends, Wilmington College Alumni Early Music Ensemble, conducting the Wilmington First Christian Church Chancel Choir, practicing yoga, studying medieval, renaissance and World War I and II eras, traveling, dining and shopping with her husband Robert J. (Jim) Haskins and spending time with their family, friends and pets.