George Dougherty IV
964.0601 ext. 364
Dr. Dougherty came to Faith in 2003 with a strong academic and ministry background in music. He focuses on the instrumental program at Faith, leading the chapel orchestra and the Faith Community Orchestra. He also directs the Music Education program. In addition to his work at Faith, Dr. Dougherty is the director of Artisans in Brass, a brass ensemble that ministers in churches and public events. Dr. Dougherty and his family are active members of Ankeny Baptist Church in Ankeny where he serves as the music director.
• B.A., Piedmont Bible College
• North Carolina School of the Arts
• M.M., University of North Carolina at Greensboro
• D.M.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro
• Post-graduate work in Music Education and Conducting, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
• Instructor, Piedmont Bible College
• Director of Christian Service, Piedmont Bible College
• Professor of Music, Piedmont Bible College
• Interim and full-time Minister of Music, Triad Baptist Church, Kernersville, North Carolina
• Adjunct Faculty, Piedmont Bible College
• Part-time Minister of Music, Twin City Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
• Graduate Assistant, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
• Faculty, Faith Baptist Bible College
• Founder and director, Artisans in Brass
Instrumental Ensemble Methods
Music in the Elementary Classroom
Teaching Elementary Music
Teaching Secondary Music
Contact Dr. Dougherty about the Music Education program at Faith.
Spring Chorale TourMarch 6–15
Attend one of the Chorale's concerts in Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri.
Spring Chorale ConcertMarch 20
Join us on the Faith campus for the annual spring Chorale concert.
Scholarship WeekendMarch 19-21
For seniors who have applied to Faith. Get to know Faith personnel and interview for substantial scholarships.
Faith Pulpit DayMarch 30
This years Faith Pulpit Day will explore exposition in preaching, in theology, and in counseling.
Student Leadership SummitApril 16-18
Evangelist Will Galkin and Dr. Paul Hartog will help teens confront their culture rather than conform to it.