Department of Music, Theater and Dance
- Bachelor of Music (Business Administration minor) from the University of Louisville
- Master of Music (Music Performance) from the University of Florida
- Master of Music (Music Business & Entertainment Industry) from the University of Miami
Originally from Kentucky, Mr. Marshall is an active soloist, chamber, and ensemble musician, having performed on recent Florida tours of the NYC Broadway productions of Mary Poppins, Porgy & Bess, and Sound of Music, as well as for numerous local orchestras that include the Miami Symphony Orchestra, New World Symphony, South Florida Philharmonic, Kravis Center Pops Orchestra, Symphony of the Americas, Gulf Coast Symphony, Miami Lyric Opera, and the National Chopin Competition, to name a few. He's shared the stage with tenors Andrea Bocelli and Plácido Domingo, the legendary Johnny Mathis, the rock bands Styx, Alan Parsons Project and the Indigo Girls, R&B/Gospel artist Ruben Studdard, popular Latin artists Arturo Sandoval, Nestor Torres and Oscar D'Leon, pop-trio Il Volo, Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu, Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses, the Miami Dolphins' 50th Anniversary gala, and on the soundtrack for the ESPN documentary "The U: Part 2."
Professor Marshall previously instructed for three years at Florida Atlantic University, and worked for five years with The FJH Music Company, an educational print music publisher specializing in music for beginning piano, guitar, and instrumental instruction. He is also a nonprofit marketing and communications specialist, having increased public awareness and community engagement for the Miami Symphony Orchestra, and the New World Symphony during the Grand Opening of its Frank Gehry-designed facility in Miami Beach.
- Applied Horn (MVB)
- Music Appreciation (MUL 1010)