Dr. Mark Rohwer
Dr. Mark Rohwer
Flower Mound (TX) High School
Dr. Mark Rohwer is the Director of Choral Activities at Flower Mound High School in Flower Mound, Texas. Rohwer has been at FMHS since its opening in the fall of 1999. Rohwer holds degrees in music education from Northwestern University, the Eastman School of Music, and The Ohio State University.
Under Rohwer’s direction, Flower Mound High School choirs have received consistent and numerous Sweepstakes Awards at UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contests, and have received Outstanding Performance or Best in Class Awards in Houston, San Antonio, New York, Washington, DC, and Breckenridge, CO. In 2007 and 2012, the FMHS Jaguar Chorale performed at the Texas Music Educators Association Clinic/Convention in San Antonio; in 2008, the Jaguar Chorale performed in Kansas City as part of the Southwestern American Choral Directors Association convention. In 2015, the Men’s Chamber Choir performed at the Texas Music Educators Association Clinic/Convention in San Antonio. And, in 2017, the Men’s Chamber Choir performed at the national convention of the American Choral Directors Association.
Rohwer has been an active member of both the Texas Music Educators Association and the Texas Choral Directors Association. Currently, he is the TMEA Region 2 President. He has guest lectured as a part of the summer Masters Degree program at the University of North Texas. From 2011-2013 Rohwer was the High School Division Vice President of the Texas Choral Directors Association. In addition, he has served on the staff of summer All-State Choir Camps at Baylor University, the University of North Texas, Texas Christian University, and the University of Texas – San Antonio.
Rohwer has served as a clinician and conductor throughout Texas. He has been published in the Southwestern Musician, the Journal of Music Teacher Education, The Choral Journal, the International Journal of Community Music, Texas Music Education Research, and the Southwestern ACDA Publication, Common Times. Rohwer has presented sessions and research on a number of topics at the Texas Music Educators Association convention in San Antonio, as well as in other parts of the country, and as far away as Auckland, New Zealand.