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Dr. Marc M. White

MarcWhitePhotoProfessor of Music, Director of Percussion Studies

Office: FA 101
Phone: 580.745.2014


  • D.M.A., Percussion Performance, University of North Texas
  • M.M., Percussion Performance, University of North Texas
  • B.M., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

About Dr. Marc M. White

Dr. Marc M. White is Professor of Music at Southeastern Oklahoma State University where he teaches applied percussion, percussion ensemble, percussion methods, percussion literature, percussion pedagogy, SOSU drumline, and world music. He also serves as executive director of the Red River Drum & Auxiliary Camp. Prior to coming to Southeastern, he was on the faculty at Tarleton State University, Appalachian State University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and University of North Texas. He currently performs with Velvet Brown (tuba with percussion trio) and has performed with the North Carolina Symphony, Greensboro Symphony, North Carolina Theater, and a variety of commercial groups in the Dallas-Fort Worth and Raleigh-Durham areas. He is active as a clinician and adjudicator throughout the Southwestern United States. Former teachers include Robert Schietroma, Ron Fink, Ed Soph, Leigh Howard Stevens, Lynn Glassock, Al Payson, Michael Green, and Scott Meister.

Professional Affiliations and SOSU Courses

  • Applied Percussion
  • Percussion Ensemble
  • SOSU Drumline
  • Executive Director of the Red River Drum & Auxiliary Camp
  • Introduction to World Music Class
  • Percussion Methods Class
  • Music Fundamentals Class
  • Percussion Literature Class
  • Percussion Pedagogy Class