Dr. Jennifer Amox

Department Chair and Associate Professor of Music
Room: C117F
Office Phone: (940) 397-4502
Email: jennifer.amox@msutexas.edu 

Dr. Jennifer Amox is the Department Chair and Associate Professor of Music Theory at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. Prior to her appointment at MSU, Dr. Amox served as the Coordinator of Music Theory and Associate Professor of Music at Henderson State University, where she taught applied flute, flute choir, woodwind methods, music theory, music literature, Humanities, and music education technology.

In addition to teaching at the collegiate level, she has taught band and choir at elementary and secondary levels in the North Little Rock (AR) and Pasadena (TX) school districts. Dr. Amox holds degrees from the University of Memphis (DMA), Stephen F. Austin State University (MM) and Henderson State University (BM).

Dr. Amox has performed with the Houston Civic and Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra, as well as Orchestra of the Pines, Ballet Forte, the Little Rock Wind Symphony, and the National Flute Association Professional Flute Choir.

She is a founding member of the Mockingbird Quartet, Triple Dame Trio, HornPipe Duo, and Apple Blossom Duo and was also featured on Phillip Schroeder's 2011 release, Passage through a Dream. Prior to its closing in 2021, Dr. Amox was a frequent contributor to Flute Talk Magazine.