Department of Music

Marie Robertson

Marie Robertson

222 Goodwin Music Building

Marie Robertson claims a myriad of titles including educator, composer, and specialist in brass and keyboard, and voice performance.  Robertson currently teaches Music Appreciation at Auburn University.  Before coming to Auburn, Robertson taught trombone, euphonium, tuba and Music Appreciation at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama.  She received her Master of Music degree in Euphonium Performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2011 and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Auburn University in 2009.  

In Colorado, Robertson played principal euphonium in the University of Colorado’s Wind Symphony under the direction of Allan McMurray and she currently performs with the Capitol Sounds Concert Band in Montgomery.  She is an alumn of the Auburn Knights Orchestra, a jazz and swing big band formed in 1930 where she served as Coordinator of Marketing and Promotions. She has appeared as a guest euphonium soloist with the Capitol Sounds Concert Band, the Huntingdon College Symphonic Winds, the Auburn University Wind Symphony, and the Auburn High School Wind Ensemble.

As a student on the euphonium, Marie participated in many competitions and festivals.  In 2004, she was a semi-finalist at the Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Festival.  She also won both solo and chamber ensemble competitions hosted by the Alabama Music Teachers National Association from 2005-2007.

A collaborator and solo artist, she has composed, performed, and recorded with groups in Boulder; Denver; Atlanta; and Auburn, Alabama. Her work includes full-length albums, EP’s, and singles for groups such as Story & Clark and The Circus House and for projects at The Blackout Beat, a production company in Denver.


Last Updated: October 03, 2018