About the School
Jason Dungee

Visiting Instructor of Choral Studies
Phone: (813) 974-2311
Email: jadungee@usf.edu

Dr. Jason A. Dungee received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Arizona where he studied with Dr. Bruce Chamberlain. His Master of Music degree is in Music Education/Choral Conducting from Westminster Choir College where he studied conducting with Drs. James Jordan and Andrew Megill and sang under Dr. Joseph Flummerfelt. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance from Hampton University, where he studied with Loraine Bell and Royzell Dillard.

Previously, he enjoyed 8 years as a successful choral music teacher in Newport News and Williamsburg, Virginia. Ensembles under his direction have been consistently successful in both local and regional competitions; and many of his former students have gone on to become professional music performers and educators.

While attending the University of Arizona as a graduate teaching assistant, Dungee conducted numerous ensembles including a women chorus, and mixed choruses consisting of both graduate and undergraduate students. In the spring of 2015, He was charged with the responsibility to prepare the Arizona Choir for it’s joint performance with the University Wind Ensemble of David Maslanka’s Mass. In the summer of 2015, he represented the University choral program as a Conductor Fellow in the 16th Varna International Music Academy in Varna, Bulgaria as they presented a performance of Haydn’s Creation.

Dungee has also been frequently called upon as a soloist and chorister. In most recent years, he has been featured as soloist in numerous performances with the Arizona Choir, the University Community Chorus of Tucson and has performed as a member of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra Chorus.