Marsha Croskey Kincade is a music educator and doctoral student in music education at Case Western Reserve University. She has taught private lessons for over ten years and coached oboe students at several middle and high schools in Ohio. Her primary teachers are Tedrow Perkins, Jacqueline Leclair, and Lynne Mangan.
Along with teaching private lessons and coaching sectionals, Marsha has also taught elementary, middle, and high school instrumental music in Maryland and Virginia public schools. At Case Western Reserve University, she has served as the instructor for woodwind pedagogy courses and also worked extensively with the Case University Circle Symphony Orchestra and the Case Camerata Chamber Orchestra as a graduate assistant.
Marsha performs with Winds of the Mountain Empire and also the Cleveland Women’s Orchestra. At The Music Settlement, Marsha teaches private lessons and serves as the director for Chamber Camp and Music Safari Camp. She also teaches Introduction to Music Lessons and serves as the instructor for Magnifi-Pops, a pop orchestra at Magnificat High School.
Doctoral student, Case Western Reserve University
MM, Comprehensive Music Education, Bowling Green State University
BM, Instrumental Music Education, Youngstown State University