Dr. Mallory McHenry

Dr. Mallory McHenry

Butler School of Music at the University of Texas at Ausin

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Bio

Dr. Mallory McHenry is the current Lecturer in Harp at the Butler School of Music at the University of Texas at Ausin. Previously, Mallory served on the Texas Christian University School of Music faculty as the Harp Instructor and Professor in the department of Theory and Composition. Mallory is a certified Suzuki harp teacher and a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas as well as a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music. She is a member of the American Harp Society and previously sat on the Board of Directors for the Dallas Chapter of the AHS, and now serves the Austin Chapter. Mallory has appeared as a lecturer and guest artist at several Universities and academies across the United States and abroad.

As an avid performer, Mallory has made appearances with the Austin Civic Orchestra, the Laredo Philharmonic, the Valley Symphony Orchestra, and the Dallas Winds. Most recently, Mallory appeared as a soloist with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Mallory also recently presented recital programs and lectures with the American Harp Society Southern Region as well as the American Harp Society in Dallas in collaboration with the Mu Phi Epsilon Dallas Public Library concert series. Mallory was named a Young Artist in Residence with American Public Media and YourClassical’s program, Performance Today, and was the first harpist to air on the show. The program was recorded at Minnesota Public Radio and aired on local National Public Radio stations. Mallory returned to MPR as a founding member of the chamber group, e(L)ement for the academic school years 2020-2023 as a concert artist with their Class Notes series.

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