Dr. David Grogan


David Grogan received his doctorate from the University of North Texas.  Before starting this degree program, he worked for three years as instructor of voice and vocal pedagogy at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall, Texas. 

Currently an assistant professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, he has performed extensively throughout Texas and New Mexico, getting positive reviews in local papers. 

The Dallas Morning News hailed Mr. Grogan as the “perfect Christus” after a performance of the St. Matthew Passion with the Dallas Bach Society. The Albuquerque Tribune, in reference to a performance of Messiah with the New Mexico Symphony, said, “David Grogan had all the range and power required of the part, sounding like the voice of doom in "The people that walked in darkness" and the light of revelation in "The trumpet shall sound." A recent performance of Elijah had critics praising his ability to “move easily from stentorian declamation to lyrical aria.” 

He has performed as a soloist with Dallas area arts groups such as the Dallas Bach Society, Texas Baroque Ensemble, Orpheus Chamber Singers, Mesquite Civic Chorus, the Dallas-based Allegro Artists, and several Texas universities. 

Recent performances include Elijah with the New Mexico Symphony, Orff’s Carmina Burana with the Arlington Master Chorale, and the Saint John Passion with the Dallas Bach Society. 

Teaching is one of Mr. Grogan’s favorite activities, whether it is voice, choir, or whatever subject is at hand.  The study of vocal pedagogy has recently been of greatest interest to Mr. Grogan, particularly the pedagogy of Frederic Woodman Root. 

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