Angeline Case-Stott

Professor Emerita
Piano & Harpsichord



Angeline Case-Stott, Professor Emeritus of Music at the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music at the University of Memphis, has performed on the piano and harpsichord as a soloist and chamber musician and served as a clinician across the United States, Canada, and Europe. In 2000, she made her European debut playing a solo harpsichord recital for the Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments at the University of Edinburgh in St. Cecilia’s Hall, Scotland’s oldest concert hall. Professor Case-Stott’s publications include a pedagogical video, keyboard harmony text, and articles in national journals including Clavier. She also edited books for Oxford University Press and McGraw-Hill Publishers. Case-Stott has a solo harpsichord CD, Baroque Moments. She has provided piano and harpsichord music for medical research being conducted by neurologist and author, Dr. Norman Shealy. Active at all levels of the Music Teachers National Association, she is past president of Greater Memphis Music Teachers Association, past president of Tennessee Music Teachers Association, and Tennessee Music Teachers Association 1990 “Teacher of the Year.” Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors for the Western Early Keyboard Association.

Professor Case-Stott received piano performance degrees from Peabody College of Vanderbilt University (B.M.) and The University of Memphis (M.M.). Postgraduate piano pedagogy studies were at the University of Northern Illinois; harpsichord and early music performance practice were with Laurette Goldberg of San Francisco Conservatory.