» Jacob Vogel

College of Performing Arts; Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music
Jacob Vogel
Office Location:
Bertea Hall 207A
Educator Jacob Vogel was born and raised in Southern California and currently resides in beautiful Long Beach. Mr. Vogel serves as Adjunct Faculty at Chapman University’s Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music, teaching undergraduate courses in Ear Training, and is the Director and Arranger for the “Pride of Chapman” Pep-Band. In addition to his position at Chapman, Mr. Vogel is the Conductor for the Orange County School of the Arts Pit-Orchestra and Band Fundamentals class, the Special Projects Coordinator for the Orange County Youth Symphony Orchestra and is an Assistant Director and Arranger for the University of Southern California Trojan Marching Band.

A May 2011 master's degree graduate from the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music, Mr. Vogel studied Music Education with Dr. Sheila Woodward and Dr. Susan Helfter. While at USC, Mr. Vogel studied marching band arranging under the tutelage of Tony Fox and has written numerous half-time shows for the Trojan Marching Band. Mr. Vogel was the recipient of the Music Education Award upon his graduation from USC.

In addition to completing a master degree of music at USC, Mr. Vogel holds bachelor of music degrees in music education and French horn performance, graduating in 2009 from Chapman University’s Conservatory of Music. Upon graduation Mr. Vogel received the Conservatory of Music Award.

As a free-lance music educator, Mr. Vogel has taught and acted as a clinician with the Colburn School’s Summer Horn Camp, Affinity Group tours and teaches general music at Pacific Lutheran High School in Gardena.