Instructor of Applied Horn and Collaborative Pianist
- B.S. in Music Education from Case Western Reserve University
- M.M. in Music Performance from Cleveland State University
Craig Wohlschlager serves as the applied Horn faculty and as a staff accompanist at Malone University in Canton, Ohio, where he works with performance, education, and music ministry majors. During the summers Mr. Wohlschlager teaches at the Sessione Senese per la musica et l’arte, an operatic and orchestral music festival in Siena, Italy. A frequent recitalist, he often collaborates with his wife, Cynthia Wohlschlager, on chamber music for instrument and voice. Recital venues include the Akron Art Museum for the Tuesday Musical Club and The MacDowell Club of Canton, Ohio. He has performed with such groups as the Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra’s Blossom Band, Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Ashtabula Orchestra, Cleveland Winds, Trinity Chamber Players, Trinity Cathedral Orchestra, Porthouse Theatre, among others. He has worked under conductors Christophe von Dochnanyi, Harry Davidson, Steven Smith, Jahja Ling, David Zinman, Loras Schissel, and composer John Adams. International performances at the Spoleto Festival, Corofest Umbria, as well as the AIMS Festival in Graz, Austria. Mr. Wohlschlager received a B.S. in Music Education, magna cum laude, from CWRU, with applied studies at CIM. He holds a Masters of Music, performance degree from CSU. Orchestral coaching with John Mack and Betty Camus. Mentors and teachers include Betty Zimmer, Theodore Johnson, Linnea Nereim, Dr. Mary Schiller, and Dr. Dean Southern. Research interests include the relation of dietetics and performance.
- Applied Horn