Music

The School of Music offers graduate programs and degrees in three broad fields of specialization: performance, composition, and music scholarship.

 

Faculty Members

Name Research Interests
Anderson, Leonard Piano, Piano Pedagogy
Carrabre, T. Patrick construction of identity; creation of shared musical spaces with indigenous and non-western musicians; decolonization; use of interactive electronics
Chang Bortolussi, Dorothy Composition
Chatman, Stephen Composition
Fisher, Alexander John Renaissance and Baroque Studies
Franch Ballester, Jose Spanish clarinetist
Gillham, David violin
Girard, Jonathan conducting, orchestra, opera, new music, conducting pedagogy, orchestral repertoire, symphonic music, orchestral music, orchestration, Berlioz, Stravinsky
Hamel, Keith Composition, Computer Music Studio
Hamm, Corey Piano and Chamber music
Hermiston, Nancy Jane Voice and Opera
Hesselink, Nathan ethnomusicology, world music, Japanese music, Korean music, popular music, Ethnomusicology
Langager, Graeme choral conducting
Law, Sin Yan Hedy Music History and Theory
Metzer, David Popular Music, Classical Music, Popular Culture, Musicology, Jazz Studies
Poudrier, Eve Music theory; Theories of rhythm and meter, with a special emphasis on temporal multiplicity and twentieth-century music; Music cognition, especially rhythm, expertise, and cross-cultural issues; Schenkerian analysis
Pritchard, Robert Arts (arts, history of arts, performing arts, music), architecture and design; Composition; Interactive performance; Gesture tracking; Interdisciplinary performance
Raftery, James opera; baritone; tenor
Roeder, John Barlow Humanities and the arts; rhythm and meter; transformation theory; analysis of post-tonal music; world music analysis
Sharon, Rena chamber music and conflict resolution, art song / lieder, young artist experience summer camp
Szabo, Krisztina
Taylor, Robert Music, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Music Education, Conducting, Instrumental conducting, brass instruments
Tenzer, Michael Music Cultures of the World,  Rhythm,  Music and Human Evolution,  Music and Cultural Critique,  Jazz,  Indonesian Music,  Contemporary Art Music, Performance, composition, promoting interest in the world's finest musics
Thibeault, Marina Viola; Chamber music
Van Handel, Leigh
Vellutini, Claudio Cultural and reception history of nineteenth-century Italian opera; Italian opera in the Habsburg Empire; Performance and staging practices; Historiography; Critical Musicology; Early 19th century music (opera); Habsburg cultural policies; Vienna opera (first half of 19th century)
Whitney, Valerie French Horn
Wilson, Eric Cello
Wood, Jasper Violin, chamber music