Organization & Executive Board

Elizabeth Rusch Fetters

Elizabeth Rusch Fetters

EDITOR OF THE WHEEL

Elizabeth Rusch Fetters (Forest Hill, MD) was initiated into the Delta Sigma Chapter of Delta Omicron in 1997. She served as secretary for her chapter while an undergraduate and received the D.O. Honor Pin. She is the past recipient of Delta Omicron Summer Scholarship and Delta Omicron Foundation Grants. She has served Delta Omicron as the Music Editor and now serves as the editor of The Wheel.

Mrs. Fetters received her music education degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, her master’s degree in bassoon performance from Kent State University (where she was active with the Delta Upsilon and Zeta Omicron chapters), and her master’s in Library Science from the University of Maryland. She currently teaches middle school vocal and general music for Harford County Public Schools in Maryland. She is a founding member of the Hunt Valley Symphony Orchestra. She is also a freelance musician and soloist in the area. Mrs. Fetters teaches bassoon privately and her students have won chairs in honors ensembles and received excellent ratings at festivals. She has numerous articles published in The Instrumentalist, The Maryland Music Educator, The Double Reed Journal, and the NAfME “Music in a Minuet” blog. She can be found on Twitter at @TeachMusic2001. When she isn’t making reeds, Mrs. Fetters likes to read, cook, and run or cycle on the trail.