Dr. Larry Mallett, Director of the School of Music

Lawrence R. (Larry) Mallett is Director of the School of Music at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Mallett holds degrees in conducting, clarinet and woodwind performance, and music education. As a clarinetist, he has performed solo and chamber music recitals in a variety of venues including Carnegie Hall. As a conductor, the ensembles under his direction have performed at MENC conferences and have toured in the United States and Europe with major performances in Berlin, Stockholm and Copenhagen. Dr. Mallett's Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Instrumental Conducting is the first awarded by The University of Iowa. His Master of Music Degree in Clarinet and Woodwind Performance is from The Ohio State University, and his Bachelor of Music Degree in Clarinet Performance with NCATE Certification is from The University of Iowa. Additional teaching areas include the business of music and music in higher education for graduate students.

Dr. Mallett has presented sessions at NASM annual meetings on (a) developing leadership in music, (b) faculty evaluation, (c) non-traditional music students, (d) communicating about music in the academy, (e) working with faculty and their professional agendas, and (f) NASM accreditation procedures. He continues to chair NASM evaluation teams to institutions involved in the accreditation process. Dr. Mallett served two terms on the NASM commission on accreditation and chaired the 2012 NASM nominating committee. He is currently a member of the NASM commission on accreditation (pro tempore, 2013 and 2014)).

Phone: 405-325-7883
Email: lmallett[at]ou[dot]edu