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Hochstein Expressive Arts Faculty - Maggie MacArthur

Instrument/Department: Expressive Arts - Music Therapy 
Joined Hochstein faculty in: 2024


Maggie MacArthur is a board-certified music therapist specializing in school-based, early intervention, elder care, and community music therapy. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Connecticut as well as a Master’s in Music Therapy from Nazareth University. 

Maggie is also an adjunct faculty member in the music therapy department at Nazareth University. In addition to teaching classes for the graduate and undergraduate students, she supervises student music therapists in their on-campus clinical placements. Along with teaching at NAZ, Maggie teaches the Introduction to Music Therapy course in the Applied Leadership Program at the Eastman School of Music.

Maggie’s primary instrument is voice and she also plays violin and sings for fun in a few local bands. In her spare time, you can find her at home with her husband and two young boys. She enjoys running, vegan cooking, reading, animals, gardening, and being active in her community.


More About Maggie MacArthur

Hometown: Farmington, CT
Why the arts matter: The arts are in everything in life. At our fundamental core as humans, they are something we all can share. 
When I’m not at Hochstein, you can find me: At home with my family, pets, and plants. I have a greenhouse and love to garden.
My favorite local restaurant: Aladdin’s & La Casa
Favorite places to travel: The Adirondacks, Sedona AZ, Outer Banks, Cape Cod MA, Boston.