Marilynn Ham is recognized nationally as a published
arranger, sacred concert pianist, recording artist,
and workshop leader. She holds Bachelor and Masters
degrees in piano performance from Northern Michigan
University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Ham is known throughout the country as a best-selling
arranger of advanced sacred piano solo collections.
Her entire collection consists of more than twelve
piano books. In addition, she has produced professional
recordings of her piano arrangements.
Artist-in-Residence and Assistant Professor of
Music at Bethel College, Mishawaka, Indiana, Ham
teaches applied piano in sacred and classical
repertoire. She has also taught at Barclay College,
Haviland, Kansas, and was honored there as Professor
of the Year in 1981 and again in 1987.
Marilynn and her husband Robert reside in Mishakawa,
where Bob serves at Bethel College as Chairman
of the Fine Arts Division and choir director.
They have two children, Norris and Meryl.
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