Arlo Ehly received his BM in Music Education from Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA and his MS in Arts Administration from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. During his undergraduate program, he studied organ and harpsichord with Dr. Marcos Krieger and piano with Drs. Naomi Niskala and Chi-Chen Wu. Prior to joining the Dobbins Conservatory staff, he taught music theory at Pennsbury High School in Fairless Hills, PA and accompanied rehearsals and performances for the vocal music department. As a freelance accompanist, Arlo has played for numerous musical theatre productions, choral concerts, and recitals throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He was also the music director and pianist for two seasons with Gold Rush Productions in Skagway, AK for The Days of ’98 Show with Soapy Smith. In addition to his accompanying work, Arlo has served as organist for several churches and maintains an active status in the American Guild of Organists.