Music Department Faculty and Staff
Assistant Professor of Music
Daniel McGann, B.F.A., M.A. is a full-time Assistant Professor of Music at Molloy College. He chaired the Music Department from 1990-1994 and again from 2000-2006. Mr. McGann has also chaired Molloy College's Committee on Faculty Scholarship and Academic Advancement, the Global Education advisory board and is currently serving on the Molloy College Faculty Council as well as being the college's Faculty Athletic Representative (FAR). Applauded by the New York Times for his "....facility and sensitivity for the instrument...distinct tonal character.... and considerable technique." A classical guitarist, Dan has concertized extensively throughout the tri-state area as a soloist and in chamber music ensembles. His experience as a teacher, student and performing artist have contributed to a broad background in the arts, leading to an investigation of divergent paths. His research and pending publication of transcriptions has provided much insight into the music and performance practices from different historical periods as well as the investigation into women composers of lute and guitar music from the Renaissance through the nineteenth century.