Amy Brown
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Amy Brown, M.M.

Assistant Professor of Music Education Pedagogy and Practice

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Amy Brown is Assistant Professor of music education pedagogy and practice. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from Asbury University and a Master’s in Music, with an Orff concentration, from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Brown taught music education for 3 years in the Hillsborough County School district in Tampa, Florida and taught 22 years in the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she was a 3-time Heart of Education Award finalist. In 2021, she transitioned to a full time position at the UNLV School of Music, where she teaches undergraduate/graduate music education courses, as well as coordinates and supervises student teachers.

Brown has presented numerous professional development courses to music teachers through the Clark County School District Professional Development Department, American Orff Schulwerk Association (AOSA) local chapter and national conference, and state Computer Using Educators (CUE) conferences. She has served as past president, program chair and historian of the Nevada Desert Valley Chapter of AOSA.