Carren Moham


A recording of this interview is available above; a transcript may be downloaded above and to the right and three photographs are linked below.


Dr. Moham was Professor of Music at Illinois Wesleyan from 1998-2014. She matriculated from The Ohio State University in Columbus where she earned the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Vocal Pedagogy and Black Music History.

During this interview she recounts her move from her doctoral program at the Ohio State University, to the Washington Cancer Institute and her choice of Illinois Wesleyan. Moham also discusses some of the memorable moments from her teaching and performing career in Illinois. After retiring, she became artist teacher voice at Illinois State University and is the owner of a voice rehabilitation business in Normal, Illinois.

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personal narrative


Higher Education | Music Education | Music Performance

2003_Moham_Recognition_Banquet.jpg (891 kB)
5 year anniversary photo-slide collection

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Faculty slide collection 2006

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Photo taken on day of interview