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Monte Coulter, III
Professor, Applied Percussion
Department of Performing Arts
D.M.A. University of Memphis (1994); M.M Percussion Performance, University of Tennessee (1980); B.S. Music Education, University of Tennessee (1978)
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Dr. Monte Coulter is the director of percussion studies at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He received his BS degree in Music Education, and his MM degree from The University of Tennessee- Knoxville, and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Memphis in 1994. He is currently Principal Percussionist/ Assistant Timpanist of the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra, and has performed as a principal player in three of the four largest professional orchestras in Tennessee, as well as with the touring companies of Man of La Mancha (with Robert Goulet), Rich Little, The Electric Light Orchestra, The Moody Blues, Bernadette Peters, Shari Lewis, Al Jarreau, Art Garfunkel, Randy Newman, and others.

Dr. Coulter is an artist/clinician with Kori Marimbas and Xylophones. He lives in Harrison Tennessee with his wife, dancer/choreographer Monica Titus Coulter, and son Monte IV.

Monte Coulter is an exclusive artist/endorser for Bosphorus Cymbals.