Department of Music

Dr. Nana Wolfe-Hill

Dr. Nana Wolfe-Hill

Assistant Professor, Music/Director of Choral Activities

212 Batte Center


About Me

Dr. Nana Wolfe-Hill has conducted children’s, women’s, and mixed choirs at Lakeville High School (Minnesota), Greensboro Youth Chorus, First Presbyterian Church-Greensboro, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, and county and state festivals in North Carolina. At Wingate, she teaches women’s choir, advanced women’s ensemble, choral conducting and choral methods.

She is passionate about creating a space where students feel free to be themselves and teaching in ways that empower students to reach their fullest potential. In music-making, she strives for excellence within a creative process that explores learning about others, oneself, and music as art. Her main area of research is feminist pedagogy in the choral rehearsal setting. In addition, she is the repertoire and standards chair for community and youth choirs of the NC American Choral Director’s Association. In her spare time, she loves to read, walk her dogs, and backpack with her husband, Chris.

“Collaboration and Meaning Making in the Women’s Choral Rehearsal.” The New Handbook of Choral Pedagogy. 2016

Graduate Student Association Travel Grant, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

UNC-Greensboro Special Projects in Music Award, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Participated in a summer session for pianists and singers at Salzburg College in Austria, University of Miami Frost School of Music

Performed in master classes with Martin Katz (piano) and Ann Howard Jones (conducting)