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Name: Kay Wildman
Title: Music Librarian
Office: Library/UL
Phone: 304-696-2509

Creative Works:
 Performed as harpsichordist/pianist with the Huntington Chamber Orchestra in concert, City Hall Auditorium, Huntington, WV, February 21, 1998.

Pianist in recital with guest artist Cassandra Lee, clarinet, as part of Chamber 10 and More series, Smith Recital Hall, November 11, 1999.

Pianist and harpsichordist in recital with Joy Ratcliff, Voice Professor at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, September 11, 2000.

Prepared and performed a Bach Sonata for flute and harpsichord with Wendell Dobbs at the Huntington Museum of Art, November 100, 2002.

With Kristie Finney and Reed Smith, programmed and presented a trio recital of flute, violin and piano music at Winfield (WV) Presbyterian Church, November 9, 2003.

Wrote accompaniments for flute melodies of the Federalist period and recorded them with Wendell Dobbs, flutist. They were subsequently used to underlie the documentary of John Marshall produced by the Drinko Academy. The premiere showing was April, 2004; when it is mass-produced, it will be distributed nationally to PBS stations for airing.

Professional/Community Based Service:
Elected to state Friends Board of WV Public Radio for a 3-year term as Huntington’s representative, July, 1998. Re-elected to another 3-year term in 2001.

Along with Leslie Petteys, Piano Professor, adjudicated a piano competition in Portsmouth, OH, November 14, 1998.

Along with Al Zabel, adjunct professor in organ, co-led an Organ Encounters workshop designed for young pianists interested in learning about the organ. Under sponsorship of local chapter of American Guild of Organists, Huntington, WV, October 28, 2000.

Organist for Presbytery (state meeting) held at Enslow Park Presbyterian Church, June 27, 2002.

With Patricia Green, presented a program of violin and piano music for a fund-raiser for Habitat for Humanity at Twentieth Street Baptist Church, September 11, 2003.


Recipient of one of the faculty Distinguished Service Awards, Marshall University, April 13, 2000.

Honored for 25 years as Organist/Director at Enslow Park Presbyterian Church with a special worship service, including a commissioned anthem by the choir which was premiered during the service, October 15, 2000.

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