Mark Davenport's Homepage



Welcome to my homepage! I am an Associate Professor of Music and Director of the Music Program in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts at Regis University, in Denver. I also direct the newly established Recorder Music Center here (see link below). I have been a professor at Regis since 1998, where I teach courses in music history and direct the Collegium Musicum.

I grew up on both coasts: New York and Southern California. I moved to Colorado from New York in 1992 to do my doctoral work at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Before my current position at Regis, I taught at the State University of New York, College at New Paltz; the University of Colorado at Boulder; and the Metropolitan State College of Denver.

I have several research interests, particularly in the field of Early Music (renaissance and baroque music) and American Music. As a performer, I specialize in renaissance and baroque woodwinds but I also perform on the cello (baroque/classical) and piano (jazz/rock), and recently recorded a CD of original songs. Before returning to academic studies, I worked in the recording industry as a singer/songwriter, instrumentalist, sound designer, producer, engineer, and record executive.


Office Phone: (303) 964-3609

Click on one of the links below to find out more.

*      Faculty Vita

*      Music Program at Regis University

*      Collegium Musicum       

*      Recorder Music Center

*      Other Professional Positions Held

*      Recent Publications

*      Music and Book Reviews

*      Music Editions

*      Public Presentations/Papers/Theses

*      Selected Performances/Recording Background