Rosalyn W. Floyd, DMA

Rosalyn W. Floyd, DMA

Professor of Music - Piano, Music Theory, Class Piano, Pedagogy
Fine Arts Center A122


Rosalyn W. Floyd is a Professor of piano, accompanying, and music theory in the Department of Music at Augusta University. A graduate of Talladega College in Alabama, Dr. Floyd holds the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the University of South Carolina.

Best known as a collaborative artist, Dr. Floyd has accompanied the world-renowned soprano Martino Arroyo, noted baritones Oral Moses and Timothy Jones, sopranos Linda Banister, Laquita Mitchell, and Levone Tobin Scott, and the Augusta Choral Society. Dr. Floyd's collaborative endeavors have taken her to many areas throughout the United States, the Bahamas, and the Peoples' Republic of China. Named as the Greater Augusta Arts Council Artist of the Year (2005), Dr. Floyd can be heard as the accompanist on the Albany Records recording Oral Moses Sings Songs of America (TROY 1101).

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