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Music Department Chairs

John Knowles Paine
1864-1905

Walter Raymond Spalding
1906-1908/1909-1918/1919-1920/1921-January 1927 (acting 1905-1906)

William C. Heilman
(acting 1908-1909)

Edward Burlingame Hill
1918-1919/1920-1921/1927-1935 (acting until fall 1927)

Walter  Hamor Piston
1935-1938

G. Wallace Woodworth
1938-1942

A. Tillman Merritt
1942-1952/1968-1972

Randall Thompson
1952-1957

John Milton Ward
1957-1961

David Grattan Hughes
1961-1965 (Acting 1981-1982)

Nino Pirrotta
1965-1968 (term ended in March)

Elliot Forbes
1972-1976

Luise Vosgerchian
1976-1980

Christoph Wolff
1980-1981/1982-1985/1986-1988 (acting fall 1990)

Lewis Lockwood
1988-1990 (Acting 1985-1986)

Reinhold Brinkmann
1991-1994

Kay Kaufman Shelemay
1994-1999 (acting 2002, spring 2005)Thomas Forrest Kelly
1999-2004 (fall)

Ingrid Monson
2005-2008

Anne C. Shreffler
2008-2011

Alexander Rehding
2011-2014

Carol J. Oja
2014-2016

Suzannah Clark
2016-2019



Norton Lecturers in Music

The Charles Eliot Norton Professorship of Poetry at Harvard was establisehd in 1925 as an annual lectureship in "poetry in the broadest sense and named for the university's former professor of fine arts. Creative figures and scholars in the arts, including painting, architeture, and music, deliver a series of lectures, which are often published by the Harvard University Press.

Igor Stravinsky
1939-1940
Poetics of Music

Paul Hindemith
1949-1950
A Composer's World: Horizons and Limitations

Aaron Copland
1951-1952
Music and Imagination

Carlos Chavez
1958-1959
Musical Thought

Leo Schrade
1962-1963
Tragedy in the Art of Music

Roger Sessions
1968-1969
Questions about Music

Leonard Bernstein
1973-1974
The Unanswered Question

Charles Rosen
1980-19891
The Romantic Generation

John Cage
1988-1989
I-VI

Luciano Berio
1993-1994
Remembering the Future

Joseph Kerman
1997-1998
Concerto Conversations

Daniel Barenboim
2006-2007
Sound and Thought

Herbie Hancock
2014-2015
The Ethics of Jazz



 

 

 

Louis C. Elson Lecturers

The Louis C. Elson Lectures were established in 1944 at the bequest of Bertha A. Elson in memory of her husband.

1948
Howard Hanson

1950
Arthur Schnabel “Music, Its Function and Limitation”

1952
Federico Ghisi “Three Lectures on Early Italian Music”

1964
Kenneth Levy (Brandeis) “Melody and Icon: The Art of Byzantine Music”
Elliott Carter “Time Element in Music”
Daniel Heartz “Mozart, Teacher of Composition”

1968-69
Alan Tyson “Beethoven: Sketches and Autographs”
Helmut Hucke “A cappella: A Term and an Ideal”

1971-72
none

1972
David Lawton
Robert Marshall
Lewis Lockwood

1973
Alan Tyson
Ursula Gunter
H. Colin Slim
Don M. Randel
Mary Remnant
Robert Bailery
Philip Gossett
Lawrence Gushee
Gavin Bryars
Topeng Dance Theatre of Bali, “Masked players in the tales of kings and clowns”

1974
Nino Pirrotta “Cantar recitando and recitar cantando”

1975
Cornelius Cardew “Music and ideas with reference to his compositions”
Christoph Wolff “Concepts of Order in the Printed Works of J.S. Bach

1993
Ligeti

1994
Powers

1995
Gunther Schuller

1997
William Christie

2001
Alfred Brendel (canceled)

2002
Christopher Hogwood

2003
Robert Craft

2004
Edward Said (canceled)

2004
James Levine

2007
John Adams

2009
Margaret Bent

2010
Alfred Brendel

2012
Alvin Curran
Joseph Horowitz

2014
Jacques Attali

2015
Laurie Anderson
Angelique Kidjo

2017
Yo-Yo Ma, members of Silkroad



Music Department Faculty 1991-present

1990–1991
Christoph Wolff (Acting Chair, fall) / Reinhold Brinkmann (Chair, spring)
Graeme Boone, Assistant Professor
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
Ernest Brown, Andrew W. Mellon Faculty Fellow in the Humanities
David G. Hughes, Fanny P. Mason Professor
David Lewin, Professor of Music
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Donald Martino, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Margaret Mertz, Lecturer
Leonard B. Meyer, Visiting Professor (University of Pennsylvania)
Stephen Mosko, Associate Professor
Michael Ochs, Senior Lecturer (Librarian)
Rulan C. Pian, Professor of East Asian Languages and Civilizations and of Music
Bernard Rands, Professor
Lee Rothfarb, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of the Humanities
Russell Sherman, Visiting Professor (New England Conservatory of Music)
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor
Ivan A. Tcherepnin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Electronic Studio)
Luise Vosgerchian, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor
Randall Woolf, Lecturer
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO

1991–1992
Reinhold Brinkmann, Chair
Graeme Boone, Assistant Professor
Mark Evan Bonds, Visiting Professor (Boston University)
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
David G. Hughes, Fanny P. Mason Professor
Adelyn Peck Leverett, Assistant Professor
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Donald Martino, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Stephen Mosko, Associate Professor
Michael Ochs, Senior Lecturer (Librarian)
Rulan C. Pian, Professor of East Asian Languages and Civilizations and of Music
Bernard Rands, Professor
Lee Rothfarb, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of the Humanities
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Visiting Professor (Wesleyan University)
Gunther Schuller, Fromm Visiting Professor (New England Conservatory of Music)
Maynard Solomon, Visiting Professor
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor
Lucy Chapman Stoltzman, Preceptor
Ivan A. Tcherepnin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Electronic Studio)
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor
Yehudi Wyner, Visiting Professor (Brandeis University)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO)

1992–1993
Reinhold Brinkmann, Chair
Carolyn Abbate, Visiting Professor (Princeton University)
Graeme Boone, Assistant Professor
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
John B. Howard, Richard F. French Librarian, Senior Lecturer
David G. Hughes, Fanny P. Mason Professor
Peter Jeffery, Visiting Professor
Adelyn Peck Leverett, Assistant Professor
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Donald Martino, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Bernard Rands, Professor
Lee Rothfarb, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of the Humanities
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Professor
Jeffrey Stadelman, Lecturer
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor
Lucy Chapman Stoltzman, Preceptor
Ivan A. Tcherepnin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Electronic Studio)
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor (Dean of the GSAS)
Yehudi Wyner, Visiting Professor (Brandeis University)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO)

1993–1994
Reinhold Brinkmann, Chair
Carol Babiracki, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (Brown University)
Luciano Berio, Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry
Graeme Boone, Associate Professor of Music
Anthony Brandt, Instructor in Music
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
David E. Cohen, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (Tufts University)
Mario Davidovsky, Professor of Music
John B. Howard, Richard F. French Librarian, Senior Lecturer
David G. Hughes, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music
Jeffrey Kallbereg, Visiting Associate Professor of Music (University of Pennsylvania)
David Kopp, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Brandeis University)
Adelyn Peck Leverett, Assistant Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Roger Marsh, Visiting Professor of Music (University of York)
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Bernard Rands, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor
Lee Rothfarb, Gardener Cowles Associate Professor of the Humanities
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor
Ivan A. Tcherepnin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Electronic Studio)
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor (Dean of the GSAS)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO)
Jeremy Yudkin, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (Boston University)

1994–1995
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Chair
Judith O. Becker, Visiting Professor (University of Michigan-Ann Arbor)
Luciano Berio, Distinguished Composer in Residence
Graeme Boone, Assistant Professor
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
Mario Davidovsky, Fanny P. Mason Professor
Virginia Danielson, Lecturer in Music
John B. Howard, Richard F. French Librarian, Senior Lecturer
Betsy Jolas, Visiting Professor of Music (Fromm Foundation)
Thomas F. Kelly, Professor of Music
Robert L. Kendrick, Assistant Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Jeff Nichols, Assistant Professor of Music
Bernard Rands, Professor
Mark Slobin, Visiting Professor of Music (Wesleyan University)
Deborah Stein Visiting Professor of Music (New England Conservatory of Music)
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor
Ivan A. Tcherepnin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Electronic Studio)
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor (Dean of the GSAS)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO)

1995–1996
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Chair
Alexandra Amati-Camperi, Lecturer on Music
Carol Babiracki, Assistant Professor of Music
Luciano Berio, Distinguished Composer in Residence
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
David Cohen, Assistant Professor of Music
Mario Davidovsky, Fanny P. Mason Professor
John B. Howard, Richard F. French Librarian, Senior Lecturer
Thomas F. Kelly, Professor of Music
Robert L. Kendrick, Assistant Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Jeff Nichols, Assistant Professor of Music
Harold Powers, Visiting Professor of Music (Princeton University)
Bernard Rands, Professor
Elaine Sisman, Visiting Professor of Music (Columbia University)
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor
Ivan A. Tcherepnin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Electronic Studio)
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor (Dean of the GSAS)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO

)1996–1997
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Chair
Dwight Andrews, Quincy Jones Visiting Professor of Afro-American Music (Emory University)
Carol Babiracki, Assistant Professor of Music
Luciano Berio, Distinguished Composer in Residence
Anthony Brandt Lecturer on Music
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
David Cohen, Assistant Professor of Music
Mario Davidovsky, Fanny P. Mason Professor
Michael Gandolfi, Visiting Lecturer
John B. Howard, Richard F. French Librarian, Senior Lecturer
John Andrew Johnson, Lecturer on Music
Thomas F. Kelly, Professor of Music
Robert L. Kendrick, Assistant Professor of Music
Arthur V. Kreiger, Visiting Associate Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Marjorie Merryman, Visiting Associate Professor of Music
Jeff Nichols, Assistant Professor of Music
Pierluigi Petrobelli Lauro de Bosis Lectureship in the History of Italian Civilization
Bernard Rands, Professor
Mark Risinger, Lecturer on Music
Carl Schachter, Visiting Associate Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor
Ivan A. Tcherepnin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Electronic Studio)
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor (Dean of the GSAS)
Yehudi Wyner, Visiting Professor of Music (Brandeis University)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecture on Music (Conductor of the HRO)

1997–1998
Thomas F. Kelly, Acting Chair (fall); Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Chair (spring)
Carol Babiracki, Assistant Professor of Music
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
David Cohen, Assistant Professor of Music
Virginia Danielson, Lecturer on Music
Mario Davidovsky, Fanny P. Mason Professor
Michael Gandolfi, Visiting Lecturer (New England Conservatory)
John B. Howard, Richard F. French Librarian, Senior Lecturer
Andrew Imbrie, Fromm Foundation Visiting Professor
Thomas F. Kelly, Professor of Music
Joseph Kerman, Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Katarina Livljanic, Lecturer on Music
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Jeff Nichols, Assistant Professor of Music
Paul Op de Coul, Erasmus Lecturer on the History and Civilization of the Netherlands & Flanders
Karen Painter, Assistant Professor of Music
Ronald Radano, Quincy Jones Visiting Professor of Afro-American Music
Bernard Rands, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Mark Risinger, Lecturer on Music
Carl Schachter, Visiting Associate Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor
Ivan A. Tcherepnin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Electronic Studio)
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor (Dean of the GSAS)
Yehudi Wyner, Visiting Professor of Music (Brandeis University)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO)

1998–1999
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Chair
Carol Babiracki, Assistant Professor of Music
Luciano Berio, Distinguished Composer in Residence
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
David Cohen, Assistant Professor of Music
Mario Davidovsky, Fanny P. Mason Professor
Beverly Diamond, Visiting Professor of Music (York University)
Michael Gandolfi, Visiting Lecturer on Music (New England Conservatory)
Thomas F. Kelly, Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Patrick Macey, Visiting Professor of Music (Eastman School of Music)
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Charles McGuire, Lecturer on Music
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Visiting Assistant Professor of African American Music
(Washington University in St. Louis)
John Nadas, Visiting Professor of Music (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)
Jeff Nichols, Assistant Professor of Music
Deborah Pacini-Hernandez, Visiting Associate Professor of Romance Languages and
Literatures (Brown University)
Karen Painter, Assistant Professor of Music
Bernard Rands, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
David Rakowski, Visiting Associate Professor of Music (Brandeis University)
Mark P. Risinger, Lecturer on Music
Janet Schmalfeldt, Visiting Professor of Music (Tufts University)
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor
Ivan A. Tcherepnin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Electronic Studio)
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor (Dean of the GSAS)
Yehudi Wyner, Visiting Professor of Music (Brandeis University)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO)

1999–2000
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Chair
Kofi Agawu, Visiting Professor of Music (Princeton University)
Noel Bisson, Lecturer on Music
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
David Cohen, Assistant Professor of Music
Mario Davidovsky, Fanny P. Mason Professor
David Horne, Lecturer on Music
Thomas F. Kelly, Professor of Music
Laura Kozachek, Lecturer on Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Jeff Nichols, Assistant Professor of Music
Karen Painter, Assistant Professor of Music
Bernard Rands, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Mark P. Risinger, Lecturer on Music
David Rosen, Visiting Professor of Music (Cornell University)
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Professor of Music
Kurt Stallmann, Lecturer on Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor
Richard Wolf, Assistant Professor of Music
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor (Dean of the GSAS)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO)

2000–2001
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Chair
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
Mauro Calcagno, Assistant Professor of Music
David Cohen, Assistant Professor of Music
Barry E. Conyngham, Visiting Professor of Australian Studies
Virginia Danielson, Lecturer on Music
Mario Davidovsky, Fanny P. Mason Professor
Joshua Fineberg, Assistant Professor of Music
Edward Gollin, Preceptor in Music
Alan Gosman, Lecturer on Music
Thomas F. Kelly, Professor of Music
Thomas D. Kozachek, Lecturer on Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Jeff Nichols, Assistant Professor of Music
Karen Painter, Assistant Professor of Music
Bernard Rands, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
David Rakowski, Visiting Associate Professor of Music (Brandeis University)
Mark P. Risinger, Lecturer on Music
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Professor of Music
Kurt Stallmann, Assistant Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor
Peter Urquhart, Visiting Professor of Music
Richard Wolf, Assistant Professor of Music
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor (Curator of the Isham Memorial Library)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO)

2001–2002
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Chair (on leave, spring term) Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Acting Chair, spring
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
Mauro Calcagno, Assistant Professor of Music
Jen-yen Chen, Lecturer on Music
David Cohen, Assistant Professor of Music
Mario Davidovsky, Fanny P. Mason Professor
David Fallows, Visiting Professor of Music
Joshua Fineberg, Assistant Professor of Music
Alexander Fisher, Lecturer on Music
Michael Gandolfi, Lecturer on Music
Jeffrey Goldberg, Preceptor in Music
Edward Gollin, Lecturer on Music
Thomas F. Kelly, Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Professor
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music
Jeff Nichols, Assistant Professor of Music
Deborah Pacini-Hernandez, Visiting Professor of Music (Tufts University)
Karen Painter, Assistant Professor of Music
Bernard Rands, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Kurt Stallmann, Assistant Professor of Music
Ruth Solie, Visiting Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor in Music
Leo Treitler, Visiting Professor of Music
Richard Wolf, Assistant Professor of Music
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor (Curator of the Isham Memorial Library)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO)

2002–2003
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Chair
Reinhold Brinkmann, James Edward Ditson Professor
Laurence Berman, Visiting Professor of Music
Mauro Calcagno, Assistant Professor of Music
Judah Cohen, Lecturer on Music (Core Fellow)
Mario Davidovsky, Fanny P. Mason Professor
Virginia Danielson, Lecturer on Music
Joshua Fineberg, Assistant Professor of Music
Sean Gallagher, Assistant Professor of Music
Edward Gollin, Lecturer on Music
Elliott Gyger, Assistant Professor of Music
Christopher Hasty, Professor of Music
Lee Hyla, Visiting Professor of Music
Thomas F. Kelly, Professor of Music
Arthur Kreiger, Visiting Associate Professor of Music (Connecticut College)
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music
Karen Painter, Assistant Professor of Music
Thomas Peattie, Lecturer on Music
Bernard Rands, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, Professor of Music
Jurg Stenzl, Visiting Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor in Music
Jane Sugarman, Visiting Associate Professor of Music
Judith Tick, Visiting Professor of Music (Northeastern University)
Richard Wolf, Assistant Professor of Music
Christoph Wolff, William Powell Mason Professor (Curator of the Isham Memorial Library)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO)

2003–2004
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Chair
Deborah Burton, Lecturer on Music
Mauro Calcagno, Assistant Professor of Music
Eric Chasalow, Visiting Professor of Music (Brandeis University)
Mario Davidovsky, Fanny P. Mason Professor
Joshua Fineberg, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities
Sean Gallagher, Assistant Professor of Music
Elliott Gyger, Assistant Professor of Music
Jim Haar, Visiting Professor of Music (UNC, emeritus)
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
Thomas F. Kelly, Professor of Music
Arthur Kreiger, Visiting Associate Professor of Music (Connecticut College)
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer (Director of Choral Studies)
Lansing McLoskey, Lecturer on Music
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music
Carol Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music
Karen Painter, Associate Professor of Music
Bernard Rands, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Alexander Rehding, Assistant Professor of Music
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor in Music
Andrew Talle, Lecturer in Music
Judith Weir, Fromm Visiting Professor of Music
Richard Wolf, Harris K. Weston Associate Professor of the Humanities
Christoph Wolff, Adams University Professor
Yehudi Wyner, Visiting Professor of Music (Brandeis University)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music (Conductor of the HRO)
Su Zheng, Visiting Professor of Music (Wesleyan University)

2004–2005
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Harvard College Professor, Chair (fall term)
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music and Professor of African and
African American Studies, Chair (spring term)
Julian Anderson, Professor of Music
Daniel Beller-McKenna, Visiting Associate Professor of Music (University of New Hampshire)
Harrison Birtwistle, Lecturer on Music
Ignace Bossuyt, Erasmus Lecturer on the History and Civilization of the Netherlands and Flanders (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
Mauro Calcagno, Associate Professor of Music
Virginia Danielson, Lecturer on Music
Joshua Fineberg, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities
Sean Gallagher, Assistant Professor of Music
Elliott Gyger, Assistant Professor of Music
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
Mary Hunter, Visiting Professor of Music (Bowdoin College)
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Harvard College Professor and Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music, Head Tutor
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Choral Activities
Lansing McLoskey, Lecturer on Music
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music
Carol Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music
Karen Painter, Associate Professor of Music
Bernard Rands, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Julia Randel, Lecturer on Music
Alexander Rehding, Assistant Professor of Music
Edward Roesner, Visiting Professor of Music (New York University)
Janet Schmalfeldt, Visiting Associate Professor of Music (Tufts University)
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor in Music
Hans Tutschku, Associate Professor of Music
Denise Von Glahn, Visiting Associate Professor of Music (Florida State University)
Sarah Weiss, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Richard Wolf, Harris K. Weston Associate Professor of the Humanities
Christoph Wolff, Adams University Professor
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music, Conductor of the HRO

2005–2006
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music, Chair
Carolyn Abbate, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music, Radcliffe Alumnae Professor at Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Julian Anderson, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music
Mauro Calcagno, Associate Professor of Music
Chaya Czernowin, Visiting Professor of Music (University of California, San Diego)
Joshua Fineberg, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities
Sean Gallagher, Associate Professor of Music
Elliott Gyger, Assistant Professor of Music
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Harvard College Professor and Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music
Allan Keiler, Visiting Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
Magnus Lindberg, Fromm Professor of Music
Rodney Lister, Lecturer on Music
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Choral Activities
Carol Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music
Karen Painter, Associate Professor of Music
Matthew Peattie, Lecturer on Music
Thomas Peattie, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music
Alexander Rehding, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of Music
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music and Professor of African and African American Studies
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
Howard Stern, Lecturer on Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor in Music
Hans Tutschku, Associate Professor of Music
Chris Washburne, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (Columbia University)
Richard Wolf, Harris K. Weston Associate Professor of the Humanities
Christoph Wolff, Adams University Professor, Curator of the Isham Memorial Library
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music, Conductor of the HRO

2006–2007
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music, Chair
Carolyn Abbate, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music, Radcliffe Alumnae Professor at Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Kofi Agawu, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music and Professor of African and African American Studies
Julian Anderson, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music
Daniel Barenboim, Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry at Harvard
Mauro Calcagno, Associate Professor of Music
Suzannah Clark, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (University of Oxford, Merton College)
Joshua Fineberg, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities
Sean Gallagher, Associate Professor of Music
Elliott Gyger, Assistant Professor of Music
Tomie Hahn, Visiting Associate Professor of Music (Renssalear Polytechnic Institute)
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Choral Activities
Carol Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music
Karen Painter, Associate Professor of Music
Guthrie P. Ramsey Jr., Visiting Associate Professor of Music (University of Pennsylvania)
Matthew Peattie, Lecturer on Music
Alexander Rehding, Professor of Music
Gunther Schuller, Fromm Professor of Composition
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music and Professor of African and African American Studies
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
Howard Stern, Lecturer on Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor in Music
Hans Tutschku, Associate Professor of Music
Richard Wolf, Harris K. Weston Associate Professor of the Humanities
Christoph Wolff, Adams University Professor Curator of the Isham Memorial Library
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music, Conductor of the HRO

2007–2008
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music, Chair
Carolyn Abbate, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music, Radcliffe Alumnae Professor at Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Mauro Calcagno, Associate Professor of Music
Brian Ferneyhough, Visiting Professor of Music (Stanford University)
Allen Forte, Visiting Professor (Yale University, emeritus)
Sean Gallagher, Associate Professor of Music
Matthew Gelbart, Visiting Lecturer
Mary Greitzer, Visiting Lecturer
Elliott Gyger, Assistant Professor of Music
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
Helmut Lachenmann, Fromm Professor of Composition
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Choral Activities
Carol Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music
Alexander Rehding, Professor of Music
Sindhu Revuluri, Assistant Professor of Music
Julie Rohwein, Lecturer on Music
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music and Professor of African and African American Studies
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music
Jason Stanyek, Visiting Professor of Music (New York University)
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
John Stewart, Senior Preceptor in Music
Hans Tutschku, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of Music
Nicholas Vines, Lecturer on Music
Richard Wolf, Harris K. Weston Associate Professor of the Humanities
Christoph Wolff, Adams University Professor, Curator of the Isham Memorial Library
Yehudi Wyner, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Brandeis University)
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music, Conductor of the HRO

2008–2009
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music, Chair
Margaret Bent, Visiting Professor of Music (Oxford University)
Richard Beaudoin, Lecturer on Music
Martin Bresnick, Lecturer in Composition
Suzannah Clark, Associate Professor of Music
Jody Diamond, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Dartmouth College)
Sean Gallagher, Associate Professor of Music
Michael Gandolfi, Visiting Composer (New England Conservatory)
Peter Gilbert, Lecturer on Music
Dana Gooley, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Brown University)
Mary Greitzer, Lecturer on Music
Robert Hasegawa, Lecturer on Music
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
Ellie Hisama, Visiting Professor of Music (Columbia University)
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Research Professor of Music
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Choral Activities
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music
Carol Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music
Alexander Rehding, Professor of Music
Sindhumathi Revuluri, Assistant Professor of Music
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music and Professor of African and African American Studies
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
Judith Tick, Visiting Professor of Music (Northeastern University)
Hans Tutschku, Professor of Music
Nicholas Vines, Lecturer on Music
Richard Wolf, Professor of Music
Christoph Wolff, Adams University Professor, Curator of the Isham Memorial Library
James D. Yannatos, Senior Lecturer on Music, Conductor of the HRO

2009–2010
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music, Chair
William Bares, College Fellow in the Music Department
Richard Beaudoin, Lecturer on Music
Suzannah Clark, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of Music
Federico Cortese, Senior Lecturer on Music
Chaya Czernowin, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Sean Gallagher, Associate Professor of Music
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
Thomas F. Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
Jameson N. Marvin, Senior Lecturer on Music
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music
Simon Morrison, Visiting Professor of Music (Princeton University)
Carol J. Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music
Olaf Post, Preceptor in Music
Alexander Rehding, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music
Sindhumathi Revuluri, Assistant Professor of Music
Matthias Roeder, College Fellow in the Music Department
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music & Professor of African and African American Studies
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music
Rand Steiger, Visiting Professor of Music (University of California, San Diego)
Dan Stepner, Preceptor in Music
Hans Tutschku, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music
Nicholas Vines, Lecturer on Music
Richard K. Wolf, Professor of Music
Christoph Wolff, Adams University Professor
Rob Zuidam, Erasmus Lecturer on the History and Civilization of the Netherlands & Flanders

2010–2011
Anne C. Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music (Chair)
William Bares, College Fellow in the Music Department
Richard Beaudoin, Lecturer on Music
Andrew Clark, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Choral Activities
Suzannah Clark, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of Music
Federico Cortese, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of the Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra
Chaya Czernowin, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
Thomas F. Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson Jr. Professor of Music
Lewis Lockwood, Fanny Peabody Research Professor
Evan MacCarthy, College Fellow in the Music Department
Drew Massey, Lecturer on Music
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music (interim Dean of the Arts and Humanities, 2010–11)
Carol J. Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music
Olaf Post, Preceptor in Music
Alexander Rehding, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music
Sindhumathi Revuluri, Assistant Professor of Music
Matthias Roeder, College Fellow in the Music Department
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music & Professor of African and African American Studies
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music
Dan Stepner, Preceptor in Music
Hans Tutschku, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music
Richard K. Wolf, Professor of Music
Christoph Wolff, Adams University Professor

2011-2012
Alexander Rehding, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music (Chair, fall)
Anne C. Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music (Acting Chair, spring)
Jane Alden, Visiting Associate Professor ofo Music (Wesleyan University) (spring term)
Richard Beaudoin, Preceptor in Music
Andrew Clark, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Choral Music at Harvard
Suzannah Clark, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of Music
Federico Cortese, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of the Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra
Chaya Czernowin, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music, Graduate Advisor in Composition)
Serigo Durante, Lauro De Bosis Lecturer (University of Padua) (fall term)
Ellen Exner, Lecturer on Music
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music, Graduate Advisor in Theory, spring 2012 (on leave fall term)
Daniel Henderson, Lecturer on Music
Jill Johnson, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Dance at Harvard
David Kaminsky, Lecturer on Music (fall term)
Liz Lerman, Lecturer on Dance (fall term)
Thomas F. Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music, Head Tutor
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson Jr. Professor of Music (on leave fall term)
Evan MacCarthy, College Fellow in the Music Department
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African-American Music supported by the Time Warner Endowment, Graduate Advisor in Ethnomusicology
Carol J. Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music, Director of Graduate Studies, Graduate Advisor in Historical Musicology
Olaf Post, Preceptor in Music
Alexander Rehding, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music, Chair, fall term, Graduate Advisor in Theory, fall term (on leave spring term)
Sindhumathi Revuluri, Assistant Professor of Music, Assistant Head Tutor
Martin Scherzinger, Visiting Professor of Music (NYU Steinhardt School) (spring term)
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music & Professor of African and African-
American Studies (on leave 2011-2012)
Anne C. Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music, acting chair, spring term (on leave fall term)
Dan Stepner, Preceptor in Music
Hans Tutschku, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music
Richard K. Wolf, Professor of the Humanities

2012-2013
Alexander Rehding, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music (Chair)
Carolyn Abbate, Professor of Music [appointment begins 1/2013]
John Luther Adams, Visiting Lecturer (spring 2013)
Richard Beaudoin, Preceptor in Music
Andrew Clark, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Choral Music at Harvard
Suzannah Clark, Professor of Music (Head Tutor, spring)
Federico Cortese, Senior Lecturer on Music, Conductor of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra
Chaya Czernowin, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music (on leave fall 2012)
Scott Edwards, Harvard College Fellow
Larry Hamberlin, Visiting Associate Professor of Music (Middlebury College) (spring 2013)
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Theory)
Daniel Henderson, Lecturer on Music
Jill Johnson, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Dance at Harvard
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music, Head Tutor (on leave spring 2013)
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music (on leave fall 2012)
Wayne Marshall, Lecturer on Music
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music, Supported by the Time Warner Endowment (on leave 2012-13)
Carol Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music (on leave 2012-13)
Olaf Post, Preceptor in Music
Alexander Rehding, Chair, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music
Roger Reynolds, Fromm Foundation Visiting Professor (fall 2012)
Sindhumathi Revuluri, Associate Professor of Music (on leave 2012-13)
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music and Professor of
African and African American Studies (Director of Graduate Studies/Graduate Advisor in Ethnomusicology)
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Musicology)
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
Hans Tutschku, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Composition)
Kate van Orden, Visiting Professor of Music (University of California, Berkeley) (fall 2012)
Richard Wolf, Professor of the Humanities (on leave 2012-13)
Amnon Wolman, Schustermann Fellow (fall 2012)

2013-14
Alexander Rehding, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music (Chair)
Carolyn Abbate, Professor of Music [appointment begins 1/2013]
Richard Beaudoin, Preceptor in Music
Richard Burkhardt, Lecturer on Music (spring)
Andrew Clark, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Choral Music at Harvard
Suzannah Clark, Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Theory, spring)
Federico Cortese, Senior Lecturer on Music, Conductor of the Harvard-Radcliffe
Orchestra
Chaya Czernowin, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music (Advisor in Composition)
Scott Edwards, Harvard College Fellow
Aaron Einbond, Lecturer on Music (spring)
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music (on leave, spring; Graduate Advisor in Theory, fall)
Herbie Hancock, Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry (spring)
Daniel Henderson, Lecturer on Music
Evan Johnson, Lecturer on Music (fall)
Jill Johnson, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Dance at Harvard
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music, Head Tutor
Robert D. Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music (on leave fall 2013-14)
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music, Supported by the Time Warner Endowment (Advisor in Ethnomusicology)
Osnat Netzer, Preceptor in Music
Carol Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music (Advisor in Historical Musicology)
Peter Kaminsky, Visiting Professor of Music (fall)
Alexander Rehding, Chair, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music
Roger Reynolds, Fromm Foundation Visiting Professor (fall 2012)
Sindhumathi Revuluri, Associate Professor of Music
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music and Professor of
African and African American Studies (Director of Graduate Studies)
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music
Daniel Stepner, Preceptor in Music
Hans Tutschku, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music (on leave 2013-14)
Kate van Orden, Professor of Music
Richard Wolf, Professor of Music

2014-15
Carol Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music (Chair)
Carolyn Abbate, Paul and Catherine Buttensieser University Professor (on leave 2014-15)
Tamar Barzel, Lecturer on Music (spring 2015)
Richard Beaudoin, Preceptor in Music
Jessica Bodner, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)
Daniel Chong, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)
Andrew Clark, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Choral Music at Harvard
Suzannah Clark, Professor of Music (on leave 2014-15)
Federico Cortese, Senior Lecturer on Music, Conductor of the Harvard-Radcliffe
Orchestra
Chaya Czernowin, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
Emily Dolan, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of Music
Scott Edwards, Lecturer on Music (spring 2015)
Andrew Friedman, Lecturer on Music (fall 2014)
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Theory)
Daniel Henderson, Lecturer on Music
Vijay Iyer, Franklin D. and Florence Rosenblatt Professor of the Arts
Jill Johnson, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Dance at Harvard
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music (Asst. Director of Undergraduate Studies)
Kee-Hyun Kim, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music, Supported by the Time Warner Endowment (Advisor in Ethnomusicology)
Rowland Moseley, Lecturer on Music (spring 2015)
Osnat Netzer, Preceptor in Music
Michael Pisaro, Fromm Professor of Composition (fall 2014)
Alexander Rehding, Fanny Peabody Proessor of Music (on leave 2014-15)
Sindhumathi Revuluri, Associate Professor of Music (Director of Undergraduate Studies, Graduate Advisor in Musicology)
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music and Professor of African and African American Studies (Director of Graduate Studies)
Anne Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music (on leave spring 2015)
Hans Tutschku, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Composition)
Kate van Orden, Professor of Music (on leave 2014-15)
Richard Wolf, Professor of Music
Xing Xue, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)

2015-2016

Carolyn Abbate, Paul and Catherine Buttenwieser University Professor (on leave through 12/15)
Marié Abe, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (Boston University)
Richard Beaudoin, Preceptor in Music
Jessica Bodner, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)
Daniel Chong, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)
Andrew Clark, Senior Lecturer, Director of Choral Activities
Suzannah Clark, Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Theory/Asst. Director of Undergraduate Studies)
Federico Cortese, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of the Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra
Chaya Czernowin, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Composition, fall) (on leave, spring 2016)
Emily Dolan, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of Music (on leave fall 2015)
Andrew Friedman, Lecturer on Music (fall 2015)
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
Vijay Iyer, Franklin D. and Florence Rosenblatt Professor of the Arts
Jill Johnson, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Dance Activities
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music (on leave spring 2016)
Kee-Hyun Kim, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)
Josh Levine, Lecturer on Music (spring 2016)
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African-American Music, supported by the Time Warner Endowment
Rowland Moseley, Lecturer on Music (spring 2016)
Osnat Netzer, Preceptor in Music
Carol J. Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music (Chair)
Alexander Rehding, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music (Director of Graduate Studies)
Sindhumathi Revuluri, Associate Professor of Music (Director of Undergraduate Studies)(fall 2015)
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music and Professor of African and African American Studies (on leave, 2015-16)
Anne C. Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Historical Musicology)
Yosvany Terry Visiting Senior Lecturer on Music and Director of Jazz Bands
Hans Tutschku, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music / Director of HUSEAC (Graduate Advisor for Composition, spring)
Kate van Orden, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
Richard K. Wolf, Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Ethnomusicology)
Ying Xue, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)

2016-2017

Carolyn Abbate, Paul and Catherine Buttenwieser University Professor (Graduate Advisor in Musicology)
Jessica Bodner, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)
Chelsea Burns, Preceptor
Daniel Chong, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)
Andrew Clark, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Choral Activities
Suzannah Clark, Professor of Music (Chair)
Federico Cortese, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of the Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra
Chaya Czernowin, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Composition)
Emily Dolan, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of Music (on leave fall 2016)
Christopher Hasty, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
Vijay Iyer, Franklin D. and Florence Rosenblatt Professor of the Arts (on leave 2016-17)
Jill Johnson, Senior Lecturer on Music, Director of Dance Activities
Thomas Forrest Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music (on leave spring 2017)
Kee-Hyun Kim, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)
Felipe Lara, Lecturer on Music (fall 2016)
George Lewis, Fromm Professor (Columbia University) (spring 2017)
Alejandro Madrid, Visiting Associate Professor (Cornell)(fall 2016)
Wayne Marshall, Visiting Assistant Professor (Berklee College of Music)(spring 2017)
Ingrid Monson, Quincy Jones Professor of African American Music, supported by the Time Warner Endowment (on leave 2016-17)
Osnat Netzer, Preceptor in Music
Carol J. Oja, William Powell Mason Professor of Music (on leave 2016-17)
Jason Palmer, Visiting Assistant Professor (Berklee College of Music)(fall 2016)
Ian Power, Lecturer on Music (fall 2016)
Alexander Rehding, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Theory)
Sindumathi Revuluri, Lecturer on Music (Assistant Dean, Harvard University) (spring 2017)
Kay Kaufman Shelemay, G. Gordon Watts Professor of Music and Professor of African and African American Studies (Director of Graduate Studies)
Anne C. Shreffler, James Edward Ditson Professor of Music, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Yosvany Terry, Senior Lecturer on Music and Director of Jazz Bands
Hans Tutschku, Fanny P. Mason Professor of Music / Director of HUSEAC / Asst. Director of Undergraduate Studies
Kate van Orden, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Music
Richard K. Wolf, Professor of Music (Graduate Advisor in Ethnomusicology)
Ying Xue, Visiting Lecturer on Music (Parker Quartet)




Curricula 1991-present

1990–1991
Musicianship. Stewart
A Survey of Western Art Music. Mertz
Fundamentals of Music Thery I & II. Wolff
Introduction to African American Music. Brown
Theory I. Stewart
Medieval Music: A Survey. Hughes
Renaissance Music: A Survey. Lockwood
Choral Conducting I. Marvin
Theory II. Tcherepnin
Counterpoint. Rothfarb
Beginning Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Advanced Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Proseminar in Composition. Rands
Studies in Analysis. Martino
Music History Proseminar: Music and Poetry in the 15th Century. Boone
Topics in Music History: 20th Century Opera. Mertz
Chamber Music: Topics in Music History. Mertz
Topics in Electronic Music. Tcherepnin
Composition in the Digital Electronic Medium. Tcherepnin
Seminar in Performance and Analysis. Sherman
Topics in Ethnomusicology. Pian, Boone, Ochs
Music in the Chinese Context. Pian
Music Bibliography. Ochs
Exercises in Tonal Writing and Analysis. Stewart
Current Methods in Musicology: Seminar. Wolff
Medieval Notation: Seminar. Hughes
Post World War II Composers: Seminar. Mosko
Renaissance Music: Seminar. Lockwood
Baroque Music: Seminar. Wolff
19th-Century Music: Seminar. Brinkmann
History of Music theory: Seminar. Hughes
Schenkerian Analysis. Rothfarb
Style, History, and the Music of Romanticism: Seminar. Meyer
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Martino
Doctoral Colloquium. Brinkmann
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-52. Style and Meaning in Music. Hughes
Literature and Arts B-55. Opera: Perspectives on Music and Drama. Lockwood
Literature and Arts B-64. The Symphonic Century: Orchestral Music from 1820–1914. Brinkmann
Literature and Arts B-71. Jazz: An American Music. Boone
Literature and Arts B-73. Aesthetic Pluralism: 20th-c American Music. Mosko

1991–1992
Musicianship. Stewart
A Survey of Western Art Music. Leverett
Fundamentals of Music Theory I & II. Tcherepnin, Mosko
Introduction to African American Music. Brown
Theory I. Stewart
17th- and 18th-Century Music: A Survey. Bonds
19th- and 20th-Century Music: A Survey. Brinkmann
Choral Conducting I. Marvin
Topics in Music History: Schubert, Mendelssohn, and Schumann. Hughes
Theory II. Rothfarb
Counterpoint. Lewin
Beginning Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Advanced Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Composition in the Electronic Medium. Tcherepnin
Proseminar in Composition. Rands, Mosko
Studies in Analysis. Martino
Compositional Studies. Mosko
Theory: Proseminar. Rothfarb
Music History Proseminar. Leverett
Seminar in Performance and Analysis. Wyner
Topics in Ethnomusicology. Pian, Boone
Music in the Chinese Context. Pian
Music Bibliography. Ochs
Exercises in Tonal Writing and Analysis. Stewart
Ethnomusicology. Seminar. Shelemay
Chant: Seminar. Hughes
Topics in Medieval Polyphony: Seminar. Hughes
Renaissance Music. Seminar. Boone
Baroque Music: Seminar. Wolff
18th-Century Music. Seminar. Solomon
20th-Century Music Seminar. Schoenberg in America. Brinkmann
Music Theory Around 1900. Seminar. Rothfarb
Topics in Music Theory I. Seminar. Lewin
Topics in Music Theory II Seminar. Lewin
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Martino
Doctoral Colloquium. Wolff
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-52. Style and Meaning in Music. Hughes
Literature and Arts B-53. Sonata, Concerto, Sinfonia: Perspectives on Instrumental Music. Wolff
Literature and Arts B-71. Jazz: An American Music. Boone
Literature and Arts B-73. Aesthetic Pluralism: 20th-Century American Music. Mosko
Literature and Arts B-75. Composing Music Since 1950. Rands
Interdepartmental Courses
VES 158. Sound and Image: Studio Course. Tcherepnin, Guzzetti

1992–1993
Musicianship. Stewart
A Survey of Western Art Music. Leverett, Kilroy
Fundamentals of Music Theory. Stadelman
The Origins of Rock and Roll. Boone
Theory I. Stewart
Group for New Music. Stadelman
Medieval Music: A Survey. Jeffery
Renaissance Music: A Survey. Lockwood
Music and Communication. Tcherepnin
Advanced Choral Conducting. Marvin
Topics in Music History: Schubert, Mendelssohn, and Schumann. Hughes
Theory II. Rothfarb
Counterpoint. Lewin
Beginning Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Advanced Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Proseminar in Composition. Stadelman
Studies in Analysis. Martino
American Music in the 20th Century. Tcherepnin
Debussy and the Fin de Siecle. Abbate
Composition in the Digital Electronic Medium. Tcherepnin
Seminar in Performance and Analysis. Wyner
Topics in Ethnomusicology. Boone
Exercises in Tonal Writing and Analysis. Stewart
Current Methods in Musicology: Seminar. Brinkmann
Popular Music: Seminar. Boone
Medieval Notation: Seminar. Jeffery
Renaissance Music: Seminar. Lockwood
18th-Century Music: Seminar. Wolff
19th-Century Music: Seminar. Lockwood
19th/20th-Century Music Seminar. Abbate
History of Music Theory: Seminar. Hughes
Schenkerian Analysis I: Seminar. Rothfarb
Schenkerian Analysis II: Seminar. Rothfarb
Topics in Music Theory I. Seminar. Lewin
Topics in Music Theory II Seminar. Lewin
Composition Seminar. Martino
Special Topics in Composition: Seminar. Rands
Doctoral Colloquium. Wolff
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-52. Style and Meaning in Music. Hughes
Literature and Arts B-64. The Symphonic Century: Orchestral Music from 1820 to 1914. Brinkmann
Literature and Arts B-69. Beethoven and the Transformation of Musical Style. Lockwood
Literature and Arts B-75. Composing Music Since 1950. Rands
Interdepartmental Courses
Afro-American Studies 14. History of Jazz. Anthony Davis (Visiting Professor, AAS)
Afro-American Studies 139. The Composer in African-American Music. Anthony Davis (Visiting Professor, AAS)

1993–1994
Musicianship. Stewart
Intro to Music. Leverett
Theory for Non-majors. Brandt
Women in Music. Leverett
Theory I. Stewart
Group for New Music. Rands/Brandt
17th- and 18th-Century Music. Wolff
19th- and 20th-Century Music. Brinkmann
Beginning Choral Conducting. Marvin
Theory II. Kopp
Counterpoint. Lewin
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Electronic Music. Tcherepnin
Proseminar in Composition. Marsh
Proseminar in Composition. Davidovsky
Analysis. Tcherepnin
17th Century Mass. Howard
20th Century Proseminar. Brinkmann
History of String Quartet. Lockwood
Performance and Analysis. Levin
Music of Middle East. Shelemay
18th Century Performance Practice. Levin
Topics in Ethnomusicology. Babiracki
Exercises in Tonal Writing and Analysis. Stewart
Intro to Musicology. Boone
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Shelemay
Research Methods in Ethomusicology. Shelemay
Medieval Polyphony. Yudkin
Chant. Hughes
18th-Century Opera. Lockwood
Renaissance Music. Leverett
19th-Century Music. Kallberg
History of Theory I and II. Cohen
Topics in Music Theory. Lewin
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Davidovsky
Composition Seminar. Marsh
Special Topics in Composition: Seminar. Rands
Doctoral Colloquium. Lockwood
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-52. Style and Meaning in Music. Hughes
Literature and Arts B-55. Opera: Perspectives on Music and Drama. Lockwood
Literature and Arts B-71. Jazz: An American Music. Boone
Literature and Arts B-77. Worlds of Music: Africa. Shelemay
Interdepartmental Courses
Afro-American Studies 139. The Composer in African-American Music. Anthony Davis (Visiting Professor, AAS)
Afro-American Studies 151. Jazz after 1960. Anthony Davis (Visiting Professor, AAS)
Afro-American Studies 153. Duke Ellington. Mark Tucker (Visiting Professor, AAS)

1994–1995
Musicianship. Stewart
Intro to Music. Boone
Theory for Non-majors. Nichols
Theory I. Stewart
Group for New Music. Davidovsky/Nichols
Sophomore Tutorial. Kendrick
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Choral Conducting. Marvin
Theory II. Stein
Modal Counterpoint. Lewin
Tonal Counterpoint. Lewin
Tonal Analysis. Tcherepnin
20th-Century Analysis. Levin
Proseminar in Composition. Nichols
Digital Electronic Music. Tcherepnin
Performance and Analysis. Levin
Music/Politics/Identity in Central/East Europe. Slobin
Maqam Traditions. Danielson
Renaissance Mass and Motet. Kendrick
The Mozart Operas. Lockwood
Contemporary Jazz. Boone
Exercises. Stewart
Intro to Musicology. Kendrick
Ethnomusicology Seminar. Becker
Ethnomusicology Seminar. Shelemay
Renaissance Seminar: Josquin. Lockwood
Chant. Kelly
Baroque Seminar. Wolff
19th-Century Seminar: Beethoven. Lockwood
Popular Music Seminar. Boone
Schenker Seminar. Stein
Topics in Music Theory. Lewin
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Davidovsky
Electronic Music Seminar. Davidovsky
Special Topics in Composition: Seminar. Rands
Fromm Seminar in Composition. Jolas
Doctoral Colloquium. Lockwood
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-51. First Nights. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-54. Chamber Music from Mozart to Ravel. Levin
Literature and Arts B-75. Composing Since 1950. Rands
Literature and Arts B-77. Worlds of Music: Africa. Shelemay
Interdepartmental Courses
Afro-American Studies 151. Jazz after 1960. Anthony Davis (Visiting Professor, AAS)
Afro-American Studies 158. Jazz Composition and Arrangement. Anthony Davis (Visiting Professor, AAS)
Visual and Environmental Studies 158. Sound and Image. Alfred Guzzetti, Ivan Tcherepnin

1995–1996
Musicianship. Stewart
Intro to Music. Amati-Camperi
Theory for Non-majors. Nichols
Theory I. Stewart
Group for New Music. Davidovsky/Nichols
Sophomore Tutorial. Babiracki
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Choral Conducting. Marvin
Theory II. Cohen
Modal Counterpoint. Lewin
Tonal Counterpoint. Lewin
Tonal Analysis. Brandt
20th-Century Analysis. Cohen
Proseminar in Composition. Davidovsky
Proseminar in Composition. Rands
Digital Electronic Music. Tcherepnin
Performance and Analysis. Levin
19th-Century Performance Practice. Levin
Music of the City. Shelemay
North Indian Music. Babiracki
Instrumental Music of the Middle Ages & Renaissance. Kelly
Protestant Reformation. Howard
Beethoven’s Orchestral Music. Lockwood
Exercises. Stewart
Intro to Musicology. Babiracki
Comparative Musical Terminology. Powers
Cross-Cultural Interaction in 20th-Century Music. Shelemay
Medieval Polyphony. Kelly
Secular Music of Medieval France. Kelly
Renaissance Seminar: Lockwood
Haydn: 1970s. Sisman
Wagner: Tristan und Isolde. Lockwood
20th-Century Seminar: 1912. Brinkmann
History of Theory. Cohen
Topics in Music Theory. Lewin
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Davidovsky
Electronic Music Seminar. Davidovsky
Special Topics in Composition: Seminar. Rands
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-51. First Nights. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-54. Chamber Music from Mozart to Ravel. Levin
Literature and Arts B-55. Opera: Perspectives on Music and Drama. Lockwood
Literature and Arts B-64. The Symphonic Century: Orchestral Music from 1820 to 1914. Brinkmann
Interdepartmental Courses
Afro-American Studies 151. The Music of Duke Ellington. Anthony Davis (Visiting Professor, AAS)
Afro-American Studies 158. Jazz Composition and Arrangement. Anthony Davis (Visiting Professor, AAS)
Visual and Environmental Studies 158. Sound and Image Alfred Guzzetti and Ivan Tcherepnin

1996–1997
Musicianship. Stewart
Intro to Music. I and II. Kendrick
Theory for Non-majors. Gandolfi
Introduction to Composition. Tcherepnin
Proseminar in Composition. Gandolfi
Theory I. Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial. Music History and Repertory. Babiracki/Johnson
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Choral Conducting. Marvin
History of Jazz. Andrews
Theory II. Cohen
Modal Counterpoint. Lewin
Tonal Counterpoint. Brandt
Tonal Analysis. Varah
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Rands
Electronic Music. Varah
Performance and Analysis. Wyner
Music/Urban Life in the 15th-Century Low Countries. Kendrick
Topics in Music: Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Rameau. Risinger
Topics in Music: American Music. Brinkmann
Special Topics: Early Music in Boston. Babiracki/Kelly/Shelemay
Exercises in Tonal Writing and Analysis. Stewart
Intro to Musicology. Kendrick
Topics in Medieval Music: Medieval Notation. Kelly
Intellectual History of Ethnomusicology. Shelemay
Renaissance Music: Josquin Desprez. Lockwood
Baroque: Bach’s Leipzig Church Cantatas. Wolff
19th-Century Music: The Beethoven Quartets. Lockwood
19th-Century Music: Three Verdi Operas. Petrobelli
19th- and 20th-Century Seminar: Fascism and Music. Brinkmann
History of Theory. Cohen
Schenkerian Analysis I. Cohen
Schenkerian Analysis II. Schachter
Topics in Music Theory. Lewin
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Davidovsky
Composition Seminar. Merryman
Electronic Music Seminar. Davidovsky
Electronic Music Seminar. Kreiger
Doctoral Colloquium. Kelly
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-51. First Nights. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-55. Opera: Perspectives on Music and Drama. Lockwood
Literature and Arts B-64. The Symphonic Century: Orchestral Music from 1820 to 1914. Brinkmann
Literature and Arts B-75. Composing Since 1950. Rands
Interdepartmental Courses
Afro-American Studies 154. Black Music: Race, Politics, and Culture. Dwight Andrews (Quincy Jones Visiting Professor of Afro-American Music)

1997–1998
Musicianship. Stewart
Intro to Music. I and II. Painter
Fundamentals of Music Theory I and II. Gandolfi
Introduction to Composition. Nichols
Theory I. Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial. Music History and Repertory. Babiracki
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Choral Conducting. Marvin
Theory II. Cohen
Modal Counterpoint. Nichols
Tonal Counterpoint. Lewin
Tonal Analysis. Cohen
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Rands
Proseminar in Composition. Nichols
Digital Electronic Music. Tcherepnin
Performance and Analysis. Levin
18th-Century Performance Practice. Levin
Middle East (Maqam). Danielson
Music and Ethnicity in North America. Babiracki
Mozart’s Don Giovanni. Lockwood
Music/Letters in England. Risinger
19th-Century Opera. Painter
Lieder: Schubert to Wolf. Risinger
20th-Century Musical “Systems”. Brinkmann
Exercises in Tonal Writing and Analysis. Stewart
Slave Spirituals. Radano
Primary Musical Sources at Harvard. Wolff
Musical Transmission. Shelemay
Goddesses and Courtesans. Babiracki
Medieval Chant. Kelly/Livljanic
Renaissance Music. Lockwood
US/Europe 1920–1940. Op De Coul
19th-20th-Century Music: Mahler and Ives. Brinkmann
Reception History. Brinkmann
History of Theory. Cohen
Topics in Music Theory I. Straus
Topics in Music Theory II. Lewin
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Davidovsky
Composition Seminar. Wyner
Electronic Music Seminar. Davidovsky
Fromm Seminar. Imbrie
Doctoral Colloquium. Lockwood
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-51. First Nights. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-55. Opera: Perspectives on Music and Drama. Lockwood
Literature and Arts B-65. Music in Fin-de-Siecle Vienna: The Origins of Modernism. Brinkmann
Literature and Arts B-54. Chamber Music from Mozart to Ravel. Levin
Interdepartmental Courses
Afro-American Studies 154z. Black Music and American Racial Encounter. Ronald Radano (Quincy Jones Visiting Professor of Afro-American Music)
VES 158: Sound and Image. Alfred Guzzetti and Ivan Tcherepnin

1998–1999
Musicianship. Stewart
Intro to Music. I and II. McGuire/Painter
Fundamentals of Music Theory I and II. Gandolfi
Introduction to Composition. Nichols
Theory I. Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial.Music History and Repertory. Risinger/Wolff
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Theory II. Nichols/Cohen
Modal Counterpoint. Lewin
Tonal Counterpoint. Lewin
Tonal Analysis. Rakowksi
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Rands
Proseminar in Composition. Nichols
Latino Popular Music. Pacini-Herndandez
Performance and Analysis. Levin
19th-Century Performance Practice. Levin
Raga and Tala. Babiracki
Musical Identities: Native America and Australia. Diamond
Topics in Medieval and Renaissance Music: Renaissance Venice. Kelly
Topics in Music from 1600–1800: Mozart Images. Painter
Topics in Music from 1800-Present: Beethoven’s Ninth. Lockwood
Improvisational Process in Jazz from WWII to 1967. Monson
Exercises in Tonal Writing and Analysis. Stewart
Current Methods in Musicology. Babiracki/Wolff
Music Diasporas: Ethiopia. Shelemay
Organology. Diamond
Topics in Medieval Polyphony: Late Trecento and Early Quattrocento Italy. Nadas
Renaissance Music: Josquin Motets. Macey
19th-Century Music: Beethoven’s Late Quartet. Lockwood
19th-Century Music: Music in Paris in the 1830s. Kelly
19th/20th-Century Music: Ideologies of the Symphony, 1890-1945. Painter
History of Theory. Cohen
Schenkerian Analysis. Schmalfeldt
Topics in Music Theory I and II. Lewin
Seminar: Readings in Aesthetics. Painter
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Davidovsky
Electronic Music Seminar. Davidovsky
Doctoral Colloquium. Kelly, Shelemay
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-51. First Nights. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-54. Chamber Music from Mozart to Ravel. Levin
Literature and Arts B-75. Composing Music since 1950. Rands
Literature and Arts B-78. Soundscapes: World Music at Home and Abroad. Shelemey
Interdepartmental Courses
Afro-American Studies 11. Music and the Civil Rights Movement. Ingrid Monson (Quincy Jones Visiting Professor of Afro-American Music)

1999–2000
Musicianship. Stewart
Intro to Music. I and II. Kozachek
Fundamentals of Music Theory I and II. Horne
Introduction to Composition. Horne
Theory I. Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial. Music History and Repertory. Risinger
Choral Conducting. Marvin
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Theory II. Cohen
Modal Counterpoint. Lewin
Tonal Counterpoint. Lewin
Tonal Analysis. Stallmann
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Rands
Proseminar in Composition. Rands/Horne
Composition in the Digital Electronic Medium I and II. Stallmann
Performance and Analysis. Levin/Stepner
18th-Century Performance Practice. Levin
Topics in World Music. Music in Islam. Wolf
Topics in World Music: Vernacular Musical Traditions of India and Pakistan. Wolf
Topics in Medieval and Renaissance Music: English Sacred Music. Bisson
Topics in Music from 1600–1800: Music in English Society 1660-1800. Bisson
Topics in Music from 1800–Present: 20th-Century Opera. Brinkmann
Exercises in Tonal Writing and Analysis. Stewart
Current Methods in Musicology. Brinkmann/Wolf
Ethnomusicology: Theories of African Rhythm. Agawu
Ethnomusicology: Music in Jewish Religious and Cultural Life. Shelemay
Topics in Medieval Polyphony: Major Repertoires in Early Polyphony. Kelly
Renaissance Music: Basic Musical Trends in the 15th Century. Lockwood
Baroque Seminar: JS Bach and Reception History of 1850. Wolff
19th-Century Music: Verdi: Current Issues in Research, Analysis and Criticism. Rosen
20th-Century Music: Schoenberg in America. Brinkmann
History of Theory. Music Theory from Italian Renaissance to French Enlightenment. Gooley
Topics in Music Theory I and II, Texts and Musical Structures. Lewin
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Davidovsky
Electronic Music Seminar. Davidovsky
Doctoral Colloquium. Members of the Department
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-51. First Nights. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-54. Chamber Music from Mozart to Ravel. Levin
Literature and Arts B-65. Music in Fin-de-Siecle Vienna: the Origins of Modernism. Brinkmann
Literature and Arts B-78. Soundscapes: World Music at Home and Abroad. Shelemay
Literature and Arts B-80. The Swing Era. Levin

2000–2001
Musicianship. Stewart
Introduction to Music 1a. Kozachek
Introduction to Music 1b. Painter
Fundamentals of Music Theory I and II. Fineberg
Introduction to Composition. Fineberg
Theory I. Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial: Music History and Repertory. Calcagno
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Theory II. Cohen
Modal Counterpoint. Nichols
Tonal Counterpoint. Gosman
Tonal Analysis. Stallman
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Rands
Proseminar in Composition. Rands
Electroacoustic Composition. Stallmann
Musical Systems-Contexts-Performance. Wolf
Classical Music in South India. Wolf
Performance and Analysis. Levin
19th-Century Performance Practice. Levin
Music in Middle Eastern Context. Danielson
Topics in Medieval and Renaissance Music: Polyphony in France 1200–1400. Kozachek
Topics in Music from 1600–1800: Mozart Images. Painter
Claudio Monteverdi. Calcagno
Text and Orchestration. Rands
20th-Century Techniques. Brinkmann
Lieder from Schubert to Wolf. Risinger
Creative Musical Energy in Australia. Conyngham
Opera. Lockwood
Symphony. Brinkmann
Exercises in Tonal Writing and Analysis. Stewart
Current Methods in Musicology. Painter/Wolf
Research Methods in Ethnomusicology. Shelemay
Music and Ritual. Wolf
Topics in Medieval Music. Kelly
Renaissance Music Seminar Urquhart
19th-Century Music: Beethoven’s String Quartets. Lockwood
19th-Century Music: German Music pre-WW I. Painter
19th/20th-Century Music: Music After WWII. Brinkmann
Schenkerian Analysis. Cohen
Topics in Music Theory I and II. Lewin
Composition Seminar. Davidovsky
Electronic Music Composition Seminar. Davidovsky
Towards an Australian Accent in Music 1950–99. Conyngham
Special Topics. Carter. Nichols
Doctoral Colloquium. Brinkmann
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-51. First Nights. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-54. Chamber Music from Mozart to Ravel. Levin
Literature and Arts B-65. Music in Fin-de-Siecle Vienna: the Origins of Modernism. Brinkmann
Literature and Arts B-78. Soundscapes: World Music at Home and Abroad. Shelemay

2001–2002
Musicianship. Goldberg/Stewart
Introduction to Music 1a & b. Fisher
Fundamentals of Music Theory I & II. Fineberg
Introduction to Composition. Nichols
Intermediate Composition. Gandolfi
Theory I. Gollin/Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial: Music History and Repertory. Calcagno
Choral Conducting. Marvin
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Theory II. Cohen
Modal Counterpoint. Gollin
Tonal Counterpoint. Nichols
Tonal Analysis. Stallmann
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Gandolfi
Proseminar in Composition. Rands
Electroacoustic Composition. Stallmann
Performance and Analysis. Levin
17th & 18th c Performance Practice. Levin
Musical Cultures of Iran. Wolf
Latino Popular Music. Pacini-Hernandez
Music in Middle Eastern Contexts. Danielson
Topics in Medieval and Renaissance Music: The Madrigal. Calcagno
Topics in Medieval and Renaissance Music: Jean Ockeghem. Fallows
Topics in Music 1600–1800: Mozart’s Vienna. Chen
Topics in Music 1600–1800: Die Zauberflote. Wolff
Mahler in Context. Painter
The Music of Bela Bartok. Gollin
Tonal Writing and Analysis. Gollin
Current Methods in Musicology. Wolf
Current Methods in Musicology. Wolff
Music and Memory. Shelemay
Music of Africa & the Diaspora. Monson
Getting to Know Medieval Song. Treitler
Josquin des Prez. Fallows
Bach’s B-Minor Mass. Wolff
Opera in Venice: 1637–1678. Calcagno
Historiography of Music. Solie
20th-Century Opera. Painter
Song, Schubert through Ives. Brinkmann
History of Music Theory. Cohen
Topics in Music Theory I & II. Lewin
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Davidovsky
Orchestra Composition Seminar. Fineberg
The Emancipation of Timbre. Fineberg
FR Seminar: Baroque, Classical & Romantic Concerti. Wolff
Doctoral Colloquium. Shelemay
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-51 First Nights: Five Performance Premieres. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-65 Fin-de-Siecle Vienna. Brinkmann
Literature and Arts B-78 Soundscapes: World Music at Home and Abroad. Shelemay
Literature and Arts B-80 Swing Era. Levin

2002–2003
Musicianship. Stewart
Introduction to Music 1a & b. Peattie
Fundamentals of Music Theory I & II. Fineberg
Introduction to Composition. Gyger
Intermediate Composition. Gyger
Theory I. Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial: Music History and Repertory. Gallagher
Choral Conducting. Marvin
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Theory II. Gollin
Modal Counterpoint. Gollin
Tonal Counterpoint. Berman
Tonal Analysis. Hasty
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Rands
Proseminar in Composition. Fineberg
Proseminar in Composition. Gyger
Performing: E. Europe/Java/Folkdance. Cohen
Performance and Analysis. Levin
19th & 20th c Performance Practice. Levin
Music in Middle Eastern Contexts. Danielson
Music, Politics & Society in E. Europe. Sugarman
The Sound of “Song of Songs” 8th–15th c. Stenzl
From Schütz to Buxtehude. Wolff
Aaron Copland. Tick
The Music and Image of Miles Davis. Monson
Conducting/Composing in Post-War Europe. Painter
Tonal Writing and Analysis. Gollin
Current Methods in Historical Musicology. Wolff
Current Methods in Ethnomusicology. Shelemay
Musical Ethnography. Shelemay
Musics Between Local and Global. Sugarman
Music and Cultural Theory. Monson
Northern Music/Musicians in 15th c Italy. Gallagher
Mendelssohn & Schumann in Leipzig. Wolff
Mozart & “Absolute” Music. Painter
Music & National Socialist Ideology. Brinkmann
The Music of Luigi Nono. Stenzl
History of Music Theory. Gollin
Schenkerian Analysis. Hasty
Music and Math. Lewin
Rhythm. Hasty
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Hyla/Davidovsky
Electronic Music Composition. Kreiger/Davidovsky
Topics in Composition. Rands
Computer Assisted Musical Composition. Fineberg
Doctoral Colloquium. Wolff
FR Seminar: African Musical Traditions. Shelemay
Med Studies: Medieval Manuscripts and Liturgical Arts. Kelly
Core Program
Literature and Arts B-51 First Nights: Five Performance Premieres. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-54 Chamber Music: Mozart to Ravel. Levin
Literature and Arts B-64 The Symphonic Century. Brinkmann
Literature and Arts B-78 Soundscapes. Shelemay
Literature and Arts B-82 Sayin’ Something. Monson

2003–2004
Introduction to Music 1a & b. Talle
Introduction to Composition. Gyger
Foundations of Tonal Music I. Fineberg
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Choral Conducting. Marvin
Performance and Analysis. Wyner
Musicianship. Stewart
Theory I. Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial: Music History and Repertory. Calcagno
Theory II. Rehding
Modal Counterpoint. Hasty
Tonal Counterpoint. Burton
Tonal Analysis. Hasty
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Rands
Proseminar in Composition. Gyger
Electronic Music. Chasalow
Music in Middle Islamic Contexts. Wolf
Italian Madrigal 1530–1640. Calcagno
Mozart in Vienna: The Final Years. Wolff
Songs of Schubert, Mahler, Wolf. Painter
The Broadway Musical. Oja
The Romantics and Early Music. Haar
Tonal Writing and Analysis. McLoskey
Current Methods in Ethnomusicology. Monson
Current Methods in Historical Musicology. Shreffler
Ethnomusicology of Space and Time. Wolf
Music and Mourning. Wolf
20th-Century Chinese Music. Zheng
Melodic Transmission in Chant. Kelly
Mode in the Renaissance. Haar
Petrarch, Petrarchism and Madrigal. Calcagno
Bach’s Weimar Cantatas. Wolff
Wagner’s Ring. Painter
Early 20th-Century American Modernist Music. Oja
American Avant-Garde/Experimental Music post 1945. Shreffler
History of Music Theory. Rehding
Music and Meaning. Hasty
Studies in Musical Analysis. Hasty
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Davidovsky/Wyner
Electronic Music Composition. Davidovsky/Kreiger
Topics in Composition. Rands
Orchestration. Fineberg
Fromm Seminar. Weir
Late Modernism and the Concerto. Gyger
Doctoral Colloquium. Oja
Freshman Seminar: Bach. Wolff
Core Program:
Literature and Arts B-51 First Nights: Five Performance Premieres. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-82 Sayin’ Something. Monson

2004–2005
Introduction to Music 1a & b. Gallagher
Introduction to Composition. Gyger
Theory for Non-Majors. Fineberg
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Choral Conducting. Marvin
Performance and Analysis. Levin
17th- and 18th-Century Performance. Levin
Musicianship. Stewart
Theory I. Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial: Music History and Repertory. Randel
Theory II. Rehding
Modal Counterpoint. Stern
Tonal Counterpoint. Stern
Tonal Analysis. Hasty
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Gyger
Proseminar in Composition. Fineberg
Electroacoustic Composition. Tutschku
Shadows, Gongs & Punk Music/SE Asia. Weiss
Music in Middle Eastern Contexts. Danielson
Brahms’s Choral Music and German Society. Beller-McKenna
World Music Theory, Practice, Aesthetics. Weiss
Permeable Boundaries. Weiss
Programmatic, Absolute, & Other: Perspectives on Musical Meaning. Von Glahn
Tonal Writing and Analysis. McLoskey
Intro to Musicology. Gallagher/Shelemay
Research Methods. Shelemay
Sounding Royal. Weiss
Notre-Dame Polyphony. Roesner
Guillaume Du Fay & 15th c. Song Tradition. Gallagher
Orlando di Lasso & Motet 2nd Half 16th Century. Bossuyt
String Quartets of Haydn & Mozart. Hunter
Music of the Last Ten Years. Shreffler
Ives on Ives in Prose & Music. Von Glahn
Theories of Music Degeneration. Rehding
Schenkerian Theory. Schmalfeldt
Analytical Approaches. Rehding
Composition Seminar. Birtwistle
Composition Seminar. Rands
Composition Seminar. Birtwistle
Composition Seminar. Anderson
Topics in Electroacoustic Music. Tutschku
Freshman Seminar: Beethoven String Quartets. Shreffler
Freshman Seminar: African Music Ethnographies. Shelemay
Core Program:
Literature and Arts B-51 First Nights: Five Performance Premieres. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-80 Swing. Levin
Literature and Arts B-68 Opera. Shreffler

2005–2006
Introduction to Music 1a & b. Gallagher
Introduction to Composition. Gyger
Theory for Non-Majors. Fineberg
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Choral Conducting. Marvin
Performance and Analysis. Levin
17th- and 18th-Century Performance. Levin
Musicianship. Stewart
Theory I. Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial: Music History and Repertory. M. Peattie
Theory II. Stern
Modal Counterpoint. Stern
Tonal Counterpoint. Stern
Tonal Analysis. Hasty
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Gyger
Proseminar in Composition. Czernowin
Proseminar in Composition. Anderson
Electronic Music. Tutschku
Music in Islamic Contexts: South and West Asia. Wolf
South Indian Classical Music. Wolf
Medieval and Renaissance Instrumental Music. Kelly
The Italian Madrigal. Calcagno
Music and Film. Abbate
Mahler and Symphonic Space. T. Peattie
Caribbean New York. Washburne
Leonard Bernstein’s Boston. Oja/Shelemay
Intro to Musicology. Shreffler
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Wolf
Theory and Structure of S. Indian Classical Music. Wolf
Musical Communities. Shelemay
Improvisation in 3 Traditions. Monson
Gregorian Chant: Manuscripts& Transmissions. Kelly
Northern European Music & Visual Arts. Gallagher/Van Der Velden
Luca Marenzio’s Secular Music. Calcagno
Philological Issues. Calcagno
Music of the Bach Family. Wolff
Music’s Body: Sensuality in Literature & Sound. Albright
Performance Practice in 2nd Viennese School. Shreffler
Writing About American Music. Oja
History of Music Theory. Keiler
Music and Cognition. Hasty
Studies in Musical Analysis. Hasty
Composition Seminar. Czernowin
Composition Seminar. Lindberg
Composition Seminar. Anderson
Electroacoustic Music Seminar. Tutschku
Contemporary Choral Writing. Gyger
Orchestration. Fineberg
Fromm Seminar: Lindberg
Doctoral Colloquium. Abbate
Freshman Seminar: American Musical Theater. Oja
Freshman Seminar: Concerto. Wolff
Core Program:
Literature and Arts B-51 First Nights: Five Performance Premieres. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-63 Bach. Wolff
Literature and Arts B-52 Mozart. Levin
Literature and Arts B-68 Opera. Shreffler
Literature and Arts B-78 Soundscapes. Shelemay
AA97 African-American Tutorial. Monson

2006–2007
Introduction to Music 1a. Gallagher
Theory for Non-Majors. Fineberg
Introduction to Composition. Gyger
Adv. Choral Conducting. Marvin
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Performance and Analysis. Levin
19th-Century Performance. Levin
Musicianship. Stewart
Theory I. Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial: Music History and Repertory. M. Peattie
Theory II. Rehding/Clark
Modal Counterpoint/Counterpoint. Stern
Tonal Analysis. Rehding
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Gyger
Proseminar in Composition. Gyger
Proseminar in Advanced Composition. Anderson
Electronic Composition. Tutschku
Music in Islamic Contexts. Wolf
Music & Poetry in Late Renaissance Italy. Calcagno
Monteverdi’s Operas. Calcagno
Symphony. Allen
The American Musical. Oja
Music Since 1945. Shreffler
African-American Jazz/Gospel. Ramsey
Image, Music, Text: 20th Century Italy. Calcagno
Concertos for Orchestra: Invention of a Genre. Gyger
Embodying Asian American Identities. Hahn
Foreign Cultures 79 Silk Road. Wolf/Elliot
Exercises (Music B). Stern
Intro to Historical Musicology. Wolff
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Shelemay
Music and Ritual. Wolf
Performing Body, Self, Identity. Hahn
African Musics. Shelemay
Music and Cultural Theory. Monson
Gregorian Chant. Kelly
Motets and Contexts 1350–1500. Gallagher
Monteverdi’s Madrigals. Calcagno
Mozart in Vienna. Wolff
World Wars. Oja/Cott
Music and Politics. Shreffler
Tonal Spaces. Rehding
Music Aethestics. Rehding
Schenkerian Analysis. Clark
Prolonged Counterpoint. Agawu
Cognitive Theories of Music. Lerdahl
Composition Seminar. Fineberg
Composition Seminar. Schuller
Composition Seminar. Anderson
The Outsiders. Anderson
Electronic Music Seminar. Tutschku
Fromm Seminar. Schuller
Special Topics: Sculpting Sound. Fineberg
Doctoral Colloquium. KellyFreshman Seminar: Beethoven’s String Quartets. Shreffler
Freshman Seminar: Boston: Stop, Look and Listen. Shelemay/Oja
Core Program:
Literature and Arts B-51 First Nights: Five Performance Premieres. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-63 Bach. Wolff
Literature and Arts B-68 Opera. Shreffler

2007–2008
Introduction to Music 1b. Gallagher
Theory for Non-Majors. Vines
Introduction to Composition. Rohwein
Beg. Choral Conducting. Marvin
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Performance and Analysis. Wyner
Musicianship. Stewart
Theory I. Stewart
Sophomore Tutorial: Music History and Repertory. Kelly/Gelbart
Theory II. Rehding/Vines
Tonal Counterpoint. Greitzer
Modal Counterpoint. Greitzer
Analyzing Performance. Hasty
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Hasty
Proseminar in Composition. Ferneyhough
Electronic Composition. Tutschku
Chant. Kelly
Fin-de-Siecle France. Revuluri
Staging Baroque Opera: Monteverdi and Cavalli. Calcagno
Gamelan in Performance & Composition. Wolf
Global Pop Music. Revuluri
Wagner. Abbate
Brazilian Music and Globalization. Stanyek
Foreign Cultures 79 Silk Road. Wolf/Elliott
Exercises (Music B). Vines
Intro to Musicology. Abbate
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Wolf
Aurality, New Media & the Politics of Presence. Stanyek
Theory & Structure of South Indian Music. Wolf
Subjectivity and Narrativity from Madrigal to Opera (1580–1640). Calcagno
Opera and Interpretation. Abbate
Paris in the 1830s. Kelly
Historiography of American Music. Oja
Music and the Moving Image. Revuluri
Theory of Music. Hasty
The Life and Music of Cole Porter. Forte
Current Issues in Music Theory. Rehding
Topics in Music Theory: Repetition. Hasty
Composition Seminar. Gyger
Composition Seminar. Ferneyhough
Composition Seminar. Lachenmann
Sensors and Interactivity. Tutschku
Improvisations with Electronics. Tutschku
Special Topics. Ferneyhough
Fromm Seminar. Lachenmann
Special Topics: Choral Writing. Gyger
Doctoral Colloquium. Rehding
Freshman Seminar: Film Music. Abbate
Freshman Seminar: Leonard Bernstein and His World. Oja
Core Program:
Literature and Arts B-51 First Nights: Five Performance Premieres. Kelly
Literature and Arts B-62 The Politics of Music. Rehding/Nelson
Literature and Arts B-82 Sayin’ Something. Monson
Literature and Arts B-85 American Musicals & American Culture. Oja

2008–2009
Introduction to Music 1b. Gallagher
Theory for Non-Majors. Gilbert/Beaudoin
Introduction to Composition. Beaudoin
Intermediate Composition. Gilbert
Beg. Choral Conducting. Marvin
Orchestration and Conducting. Yannatos
Performance and Analysis. Levin
18th-Century Performance Practice. Levin
Musicianship. Hasegawa
Theory I. Rehding
Sophomore Tutorial: Music History and Repertory. Gallagher/Revuluri
Theory II. Clark/Hasegawa
Tonal Counterpoint. Beaudoin
Modal Counterpoint. Greitzer
Analyzing Performance. Hasty
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Hasty
Proseminar in Composition. Gilbert/Gandolfi
Electronic Composition. Tutschku
Musicianship: Gamelan. Diamond
Monteverdi’s Vespers, Bach’s B Minor Mass, Mozart’s Zaubflote.Wolff
Lizst & Romantic Century. Gooley
Brahms. Gallagher
New Currents in Asian American Music Studies. Hisama
Tonal Writing & Analysis (Music B). Vines
Intro to Musicology. Revuluri
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Shelemay
Res. Methods: Ethnography. Shelemay
Music & Cultural Theory. Monson
Ockeghem & Busnoys. Gallagher
The manuscript Bologna Q.15. Bent
Editing CPE Bach. Wolff
Editorial Workshop. Wolff
Late Beethoven. Lockwood
History/Theory/Crit of Hip-Hop. Hisama
Elliott Carter & the 20th Century. Shreffler
Biography to History: Case Studies in Early American Modernism. Tick
Music and Empire. Revuluri
History of Music Theory. Rehding
Memory, Monumentality, Canonocity. Rehding
Topics in Music Theory: Repetition: Hasty
Composition Seminar. Gandolfi
Composition Seminar. Bresnick
Electronics: Music and Space. Tutschku
Composition and Live Electronics. Tutschku
Orchestration. Gandolfi
Doctoral Colloquium. Wolf
Freshman Seminar: Beethoven’s String Quartets. Shreffler
Freshman Seminar: Soundscapes. Shelemay
Core Program:
African Musical Traditions. Shelemay
Global Pop Music. Revuluri
Mozart. Levin
Sayin’ Something. Monson

2009–2010
Introduction to Music 1a/b. Gallagher
Theory for Non-Majors. Beaudoin
Introduction to Composition. Beaudoin
Beg. Choral Conducting. Marvin
Orchestration and Conducting. Cortese
Performance and Analysis. Levin
19th-Century Performance Practice. Levin
Chamber Music Performance. Cortese
Jazz Improvisation. Bares
Theory I. Rehding/Post
Musicianship. Bares
Music History and Repertory: Medieval to Baroque. Kelly
Music History and Repertory: Medieval to Baroque. Roeder
Music History and Repertory: Cross Cultural Perspective. Shelemay
Theory IIa. Clark
Theory IIb. Beaudoin
Jazz Harmony. Bares
Tonal Counterpoint. Vines
Modal Counterpoint. Greitzer
Tonal Analysis. Clark
Analysis of 20th-Century Music. Hasty
Proseminar in Composition. Czernowin
Proseminar in Composition. Vines
Electronic Composition. Tutschku
Music in Islamic Contexts. Wolf
South Indian Music. Wolf
Medieval and Renaissance Instrumental Music. Kelly
Music as Object and Act 1400–1600. Gallagher
Opera in the Eighteenth Century. Roeder
Music Since 1945. Shreffler
Special Topics: Shakespeare Music. Albright
Tonal Writing and Analysis. Post
Intro to Musicology. Oja
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Wolf
Music and Language. Wolf
Musical Communities. Shelemay
Chant. Kelly
Josquin des Prez. Gallagher
Unfinished Musical Works from Bach to Schubert. Wolff
Music in the Public Sphere. Roeder
Early African American Musical Theater. Oja
Music of the Last Ten Years. Shreffler
Quirks in the Major-Minor System: Theories of Harmony c. 1800–1850. Clark
Ballet Russe, Ballets Suedois. Morrison
Current Issues in Music Theory: Thinking with Music. Hasty
New Music: Tradition and Innovation in Selected Recent Compositions. Hasty
Schenker. Clark
Teaching Colloquium. Wolff
Composition Seminar Ia. Czernowin
Composition Seminar Ib. Zuidam
Composition Seminar IIa. Steiger
Composition Seminar IIb. Czernowin
Electronics: Music and Space. Tutschku
Special Topics in Composition. Zuidam
Conductors and Conducting. Steiger
Analysis and Critic of Recent works. Czernowin
Doctoral Colloquium. Wolff
Freshman Seminar: Leonard Bernstein and His World. Oja
Freshman Seminar: What is Music? Hasty
Freshman Seminar. African Musical Traditions. Shelemay
Core Program:
First Nights. Kelly (GE)*
Soundscapes. Shelemay (GE)*
Chamber Music. Levin
American Musicals and American Culture. Oja (GE)*
*General Education

2010–2011
Introduction to Music 1a/b. MacCarthy/Massey
Theory for Non-Majors. Beaudoin/A. Clark
Introduction to Composition. Beaudoin
Chamber Music Performance. Boston Museum Trio
Theory I. Post
Music History and Repertory. Medieval to Baroque. Kelly
Music History and Repertory. Medieval to Baroque. Roeder
Music History and Repertory. Cross Cultural Perspective. Shelemay
Beginning Choral Conducting. A. Clark
Cosi fan tutte. Cortese
Theory IIa. Rehding
Theory IIb. Beaudoin
Post-tonal Analysis. Hasty
Tonal Analysis. Rehding
Jazz Harmony. Bares
Modal Counterpoint. Hasty
South Indian Classical Music Theory and Practice. Wolf
Beginning Composition. Beaudoin
Advanced Composition. Czernowin
Intro to Electronic Composition. Tutschku
Performance and Analysis. Levin
18th-Century Performance Practice. Levin
Classical Improvisation. Levin
Jazz Improvisation. Bares
Music and Subjectivity in Asia. Wolf
Music of Tudor England. MacCarthy
Early Polyphony: Music of the Winchester Troper. Kelly
The String Quartets of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven. Roeder
The Operas of John Adams. Oja/Shreffler
Exercises in Tonal Writing & Analysis. Post
Intro. to Historical Musicology. Shreffler
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Shelemay
Ethnomusicology: Research Methods. Shelemay
Iranian Music: Improvisation, Poetry, and Canonocity. Wolf
Transatlantic Jazz. Bares
Johannes Tinctoris and 15th-Century Music. MacCarthy
Discovery of Ancient Music in the Age of Enlightenment. Roeder/Wolff
Historiography: Classic Texts in U.S. Music. Oja
Music and Empire. Revuluri
History of Music Theory: From Rameau to Riemann. Rehding
Neo-Riemannian Analysis. Rehding
Rhythm. Hasty
Teaching Colloquium. Shelemay
Composition Seminar Ia (261r). Czernowin
Composition Seminar Ib (261r). John Luther Adams
Composition Seminar (262r). Czernowin
VES/EMS: Video and Electronic Music (264r). Tutschku/Guzzetti
Fine Arts and Electronic Music. Tutschku
Electronics: Music and Space. Tutschku
Composition Seminar (272). Czernowin
Orchestration. Cortese
Fromm Seminar: Music and the Physical World. John Luther Adams
Doctoral Colloquium. Hasty
Freshman Seminar/Core/Gen Ed:
Leonard Bernstein. Oja
Beethoven. Lockwood
First Nights. Kelly
American Musicals and American Culture. Oja
Music, Debate & Islam. Wolf
Global Pop. Revuluri

2011-2012
Introduction to Music 1a/b. MacCarthy/Exner
Theory for Non-Majors. Beaudoin
Introduction to Composition. Beaudoin
Chamber Music Performance. Cortese/Stepner/Boston Museum Trio
Freshman Sem: Global Pop. Revuluri
First Nights. Kelly
American Musicals and American Culture. Oja
Jazz, Freedom, and Culture. Monson
AAAS From R&B to New Soul. Monson
Choreography & Design & Partnership & Collaboration. Lerman
Fundamentals of Dance Improvisation and Composition. Johnson
The Choreographic Process of William Forsythe. Johnson
Beginning Choral Conducting. A Clark.
Masterpieces of Choral Literature. A Clark
Opera Workshop: Verdi’s Falstaff. Cortese
Adv. Conducting: Music & Art in Paris at the beginning of the 20th century. Cortese
Theory I. Post
Music History and Repertory (97a): Medieval to Baroque. Kelly
Music History and Repertory (97c): Cross Cultural Perspective. Wolf
Theory II. S. Clark/Beaudoin
Tonal Analysis: Tonality in Schubert. S. Clark
Jazz Harmony. Henderson
Modal Counterpoint. Hasty
Musical Reperatory Analysis: Monk, Coltrane, Davis. Monson
Composition Proseminar. Beaudoin
Intermediate Composition. Czernowin
Intro to Electronic Composition. Tutschku
Electronic Composition. Tutschku
Performance and Analysis. Levin
19th Century Performance Practice. Levin
Jazz Improvsation. Henderson
Music, Dance, Gender, Sexuality. Kaminsky
South Indian Music. Wolf
Chant in Medieval Society. Kelly
Dieterich Buxtehude & his north German contmeporaries. MacCarthy
German Arts Song from Bach to Strauss. Exner
Wagner and Debussy. Revuluri
Exercises in Tonal Writing & Analysis. Post
Intro. to Historical Musicology. Revuluri
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Monson
Notation in the Study of Musical Culture. Alden
Music and Language. Wolf
Cross-Cultural Rhythm. Hasty/Wolf
DuFay in Italy. MacCarthy
19th-c Music and National Identity. Durante
Music and Politics in the 20th Century. Shreffler
Race in American Musical Theater 1900-1950. Oja
Chinese Music in 18th-Century Europe. Rehding
Current Issues in Music Theory. S. Clark
Theory and Analysis of Sonata Forms. S. Clark
Sounds Studies. Scherzinger
Teaching Colloquium. Oja
Composition Seminar I (261r). Czernowin
Fine Arts and Electronic Music. Tutschku
Electronic Seminar. Tutschku
Composition Seminar (272). Czernowin
Doctoral Colloquium. Oja

2012-2013
Non-Concentrator
Introduction to Music 1a/b. Edwards
Theory for Non-Majors. Post
Chamber Music Performance. Cortese/Stepner
Harmony in Electronic Dance Music. Post
Freshman Sem/Gen Ed
First Nights. Kelly
Film Music and Sound. Abbate
Electives
Fundamentals of Dance Improvisation and Composition. Johnson
The Choreographic Process of William Forsythe. Johnson
Advanced Conducting. Cortese
Concentrator
Theory I. Beaudoin
Music History and Repertory (97b): Shreffler
Music History and Repertory (97c): Cross Cultural Perspective. Marshall
Theory II. Rehding/Beaudoin
20th Century Analysis. Hasty
Jazz Harmony. Henderson
Tonal Counterpoint. S. Clark
Composition Proseminar. Beaudoin
Intermediate Composition. John Luther Adams
Electronic Composition. Tutschku
Performance and Analysis. Levin
Transfigured Night:Exploring Schoenberg, the Second Viennese School
and the Aesthetics of the turn of the century in the German world. Cortese/Hamilton
Classical Improvisation. Levin
Jazz Improvisation. Henderson
Proseminars
Technomusicology. Marshall
The Sacred & the Profanein the 13th-c Motet. S. Clark
Art, Rock, and Pop from the 1960s to the Present. Edwards
California in the ‘60s. van Orden
Music in Jewish Life. Shelemay
Graduate
Exercises in Tonal Writing & Analysis. Post
Intro. to Historical Musicology. van Orden
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Shelemay
Music, Race, and Nation. Marshall
Musical Ethnography. Shelemay
African Musical Ethnographies. Shelemay
Musical Publics. Marshall
Chant. Kelly
Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde. Abbate
Patronage and Contemporary Music: Paul Fromm. Shreffler
Popular Music, Opera, and Society in the US 1900-1920. Hamberlin
Quirks in the Major-Minor System. S. Clark
Schenkerian Analysis. S. Clark
Morton Feldman and the New York School. Hasty
Music Analysis and the Hermeneutic Circle. Hasty
Teaching Colloquium. Hasty
Composition Seminar I (261r). Wolman/JL Adams
Fine Arts and Electronic Music. Tutschku
Composition Seminar (272). Reynolds/Czernowin
Sound Installations. Tutschku
Electronics: Seminar. Tutschku
Ways of Listening. Rehding
Doctoral Colloquium. Shreffler

2013-2014
Non-Concentrator
Introduction to Music 1a/b. Edwards
Theory for Non-Majors. Post
Chamber Music Performance. Cortese/Stepner
Harmony in Electronic Dance Music. Post
Freshman Sem/Gen Ed
First Nights. Kelly
Film Music and Sound. Abbate
Electives
Fundamentals of Dance Improvisation and Composition. Johnson
The Choreographic Process of William Forsythe. Johnson
Advanced Conducting. Cortese
Concentrator
Theory I. Beaudoin
Music History and Repertory (97b): Shreffler
Music History and Repertory (97c): Cross Cultural Perspective. Marshall
Theory II. Rehding/Beaudoin
20th Century Analysis. Hasty
Jazz Harmony. Henderson
Tonal Counterpoint. S. Clark
Composition Proseminar. Beaudoin
Intermediate Composition. John Luther Adams
Electronic Composition. Tutschku
Performance and Analysis. Levin
Transfigured Night: Exploring Schoenberg, the Second Viennese School
and the Aesthetics of the turn of the century in the German world. Cortese/Hamilton
Classical Improvisation. Levin
Jazz Improvisation. Henderson
Proseminars
Technomusicology. Marshall
The Sacred & the Profanein the 13th-c Motet. S. Clark
Art, Rock, and Pop from the 1960s to the Present. Edwards
California in the ‘60s. van Orden
Music in Jewish Life. Shelemay
Graduate
Exercises in Tonal Writing & Analysis. Post
Intro. to Historical Musicology. van Orden
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Shelemay
Music, Race, and Nation. Marshall
Musical Ethnography. Shelemay
African Musical Ethnographies. Shelemay
Musical Publics. Marshall
Chant. Kelly
Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde. Abbate
Patronage and Contemporary Music: Paul Fromm. Shreffler
Popular Music, Opera, and Society in the US 1900-1920. Hamberlin
Quirks in the Major-Minor System. S. Clark
Schenkerian Analysis. S. Clark
Morton Feldman and the New York School. Hasty
Music Analysis and the Hermeneutic Circle. Hasty
Teaching Colloquium. Hasty
Composition Seminar I (261r). Wolman/JL Adams
Fine Arts and Electronic Music. Tutschku
Composition Seminar (272). Reynolds/Czernowin
Sound Installations. Tutschku
Electronics: Seminar. Tutschku
Ways of Listening. Rehding
Doctoral Colloquium. Shreffler

2014-2015
1000 Years of Listening. Dolan
Foundations of Tonal Music. Netzer
Intro to Composition. Netzer
Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra. Cortese
Harvard Dance Project. Johnson
Harvard Radcliffe Collegium Musicum. A. Clark
Harvard Glee Club. A. Clark
Radcliffe Choral Society. A. Clark
Chamber Music Performance. Parker Quartet
Freshman Sem/Gen Ed
First Nights. Kelly
Beethoven Quartets. Shreffler
American Musicals. Oja
Jazz, Freedom, Culture. Monson
Theory I. Beaudoin
Music History and Repertory (97a/b): Shelemay/Kelly
Fundamentals of Dance Improvisation and Composition. Johnson
The Choreographic Process of William Forsythe. Johnson
Beginning Choral Conducting. A. Clark
Theory II. Friedman/Beaudoin
Post-tonal Analysis. Hasty
Jazz Harmony. Henderson
Tonal Counterpoint. Moseley
Water Musics. Tutschku/Guzzetti
Theories of Wolrd Music: South Indian Theory & Practice. Wolf
Composition Proseminar. Beaudoin
Advanced Composition. Czernowin
Schubert. Cortese
Introduction to Electronic Music. Tutschku
Creative Music: Critical Practical Studio. Iyer
Jazz Improvisation. Henderson
Music in Islamic Contexts. Wolf
Gregorian Chant. Kelly
Blackface Minstrelsy in 19th c America. Oja
Haydn & Mozart. Dolan
Shakespeare in Music. Albright
Music, Identity, Radical Poetics. Barzel
Exercises in Tonal Writing & Analysis. Netzer
Intro. to Historical Musicology. Revuluri
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Monson
Ethnography. Shelemay
Creative Ethnographic Writing. Wolf
Exploring Renaissance Music. Edwards
Instruments and Instrumentality. Dolan
Music and Empire. Revuluri
Music of the Last Ten Years. Shreffler
Schenkerian Analysis. Schmalfeldt
Music and Language. Hasty
Teaching Colloquium: The Craft of Teaching. Revuluri
Composition Seminar I (261r). Pisaro
Composition Seminar II (262). Czernowin
Composition Seminar I and II. Czernowin
Live Electronics. Tutschku
Creative Music Seminar. Iyer
Fromm Seminar: Experimental Music. Pisaro
New Music Analysis. Hasty
Theorizing Improvisation. Iyer
Doctoral Colloquium. Shelemay

2015-2016

1000 Years of Listening. Dolan
Foundations of Tonal Music. Netzer
Intro to Composition. Netzer
Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra. Cortese
Harvard Dance Project. Johnson
Harvard Radcliffe Collegium Musicum. A. Clark
Harvard Glee Club. A. Clark
Radcliffe Choral Society. A. Clark
Chamber Music Performance. Parker Quartet
First Nights. Kelly
California in the 60s. van Orden
The Art of Listening. Rehding
Soundtracking. Hasty
Chant. Kelly
From R&B to Neo Soul. Monson
Broadway Musicals: History and Performance. Oja
Theory I. Beaudoin
Music History and Repertory (97a/b): Shreffler/Wolf
Fundamentals of Dance Improvisation and Composition. Johnson
Movement Lab. Johnson
Advanced Conducting and Orchestral Repertory Analysis. Cortese
Foundations of Modern Jazz: West African Musical Traditions. Terry
Foundations of Modern Jazz: Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers. Terry
Theory II. Friedman/Beaudoin
Modal Counterpont. Hasty
Tonal Analysis. Moseley
Composition Proseminar. Beaudoin
Advanced Composition. Josh Levine
Introduction to Electronic Music. Tutschku
Performance and Culture: Renaissance Music. van Ordern
The Great Italian Opera from Mozart to Puccini. Cortese
Performing and Theorizing the Classical in South Indian Music. Wolf
Music and Disability. A. Clark
Concepts of Love and Sin in the Songs and Motets of the Middle Ages. S. Clark
Music since 1945. Shreffler
Music and Violence. M. Abe
Exercises in Tonal Writing & Analysis. Netzer
Intro. to Historical Musicology. Shreffler
Intro to Ethnomusicology. Monson
Music and Language. Wolf
African Musics and Theory from the South. Monson
Performers and Composers in Early Modern Europe. van Orden
Technologies of Sound 1830-1930. Abbate
Classic Texts and Current Trends in American Music. Oja
Rhythm and Temporality. Hasty
Sound Studies and Insstrumentality. Dolan (J. Sterne)
Teaching Colloquium. Revuluri/S. Clark
Composition Seminar I (261r). Josh Levine
Composition Seminar II (262). Czernowin
Composition Seminar I and II. Czernowin
Live Electronics. Tutschku
Creative Music Seminar. Iyer
Theorizing Improvisation. Iyer
GSGE-Opera. Abbate
GSGE- global Pop Music. Revuluri
Doctoral Colloquium. Rehding



Academic Positions Held by Former Graduate Students

Recent alumni who have gone on to join faculties or administration of colleges or universities include [partial list]:


Fellowship Recipients 1991-present

Undergraduate Fellowships 1992-present
Graduate Awards and Fellowships

Undergraduate Fellowships 1992-2017

John Knowles Paine Fellowships

1992
Sara Jobin to study conducting at the Pierre Monteux Conducting School in Hancock, Maine, and in San Francisco with Alasdair Neale, Assistant Conductor of the San Francisco Symphony.

1993
Evan Christ to study as a special student at the Liszt Academy in Budapest, Hungary in order to further develop his musicianship and conducting skills.
Aras Lapinskas to spend the summer studying Lithuanian folklore an dfolk music in Vilnius, Lithuania.

1994
Sam Hilton to pursue ethnomusicological research in Vietnam, primarily at the Hanoi Conservatory.
Geoffrey Shamu to study trumpet in Paris with Pierre Thibaut and Baroque trumpet performance practice with teachers in London and Cologne.

1995
Matthew Benjamin Gelbart to pursue musicological research in London, Berlin, and Krakow.
Simon Tom to study piano performance in London wiht Maria Curcio and to travel to musical historical sites in Austria and elsewhere.

1996
Michael Puri for further study at several European music schools.
Juliana Trivers to study composition in Paris with composer Betsy Jolas.
Luna Woolf for the study of composition in France.

[1997]

1998
Sami Shumays to study Arab music with Simon Shaheen in New York City.1999
Iris Lan to study representations of the tango and other Western ballroommusic and dance in East Asia.

2000
Shawn Feeney to study at the Elam School of Art at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, towards a Masters Degree in Intermedia.

2001
Jennifer Caine p for travel in conjunction with her study at the Royal College of Music in London.
Jennifer Lee for travel in Europe in conjunction with her study at Oxford University.

2002
John A. Bachman to study North Indian classical drumming in Nepal.
Sarah Darling to study viola and baroque violin performance with Nobuko Imai at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.
Christopher Trapani support his postgraduate composition studies in Europe.

2003
Kristin Naragon to attend the McGill Summer Organ Academy, the International Summer Music Academy in Leipzig, Germany, and the Smarano International Organ, Clavichord and Improvisation Academy near Milan, Italy.
Sean Henry Ryan to travel to Stockholm, Sweden to study with Maestro Alan Gilbert of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.
Meredith Schweig to support a post-graduate project on the sound, origin, and development of the "quintessential Taiwanese" music voice, 1950-present.
Kathleen Stetson to study French at the Alliance Francaise in Paris while studying French vocal literature and voice.

2004
Anthony Cheung to attend the Acanthes composition workshop.
Katharine Dain for voice study at Guildhall School in London.
Adrien Finlay to search in Paris and Cambridge.
Moira Hill for organ study at Trossingen, Germany.
LeMinh Ho for a Lisztian European tour.
John McMunn for travel and living expenses at King's College, England.
Alexander Ness to travel to University of Wisconsin international program - India.

2005
Francesca Anderegg to visit and study period orchestras in England.
Joseph Fishman to pursue an M. Phil in historical musicology at the University of Cambridge, studying Dmitri Shostakovich's Thirteenth Symphony as a musical response to the Holocaust.
Anicia Timberlake to research the reception and treatment of modern international music in the German Democratic Republic.
Berenika Zakrzewski to study at Oxford University, collaborate with Oxford composers, and conduct research at arts councils in Germany and France.

2006
Stephanie Lai to visit Mozart-related sites and hear concerts of Mozart’s work in Salzburg, Vienna, and Prague, and to conduct research on the Elgar Cello Concerto.
Annelisa Pederson to support her trip to Zambia where she will conduct ethnographic research and implement a summer music program for children, teens and adults in the Meheba Refugee Settlement.
David Richmond to study oboe with George Sakakeeny and to work with orchestral bassoonists in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle and Portland, Oregon.
Emily Zazulia to conduct research at the Paris Bibliotheque Nationale.

2007
Kurt Crowley to conduct research in Punjab, India on Sikh tradition. 2008
Nora Bartosik to study piano in Poland, Austria, France, and England.
Julia Cavallaro to study voice in England.
Aram Demirjian to study conducting and participate in competitions in Czech Republic, France, and Germany.
Paul Kolb to study theory and composition at Oxford.
Elizabeth Lim to study composition and opera in California, Italy, and Austria

2009
Daniel Gurney to study street busking in Europe and to meet with local musical figures.
Matthew Hall to research harpsichords in the United Kingdom.
John Kapusta to participate in vocal master classes in France, England, and Germany.
Meghan McLoughlin for Carnatic vocal study in India.
Matthew Mendez to attend the NEC Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice, and to support compositional study in London.
Michael Schachter to study Carnatic music in India.
Alex Shiozaki to attend a chamber music program in Paris.

2010
Victoria Aschheim to conduct archival research at Paul Sacher Stiftung in Basel, Switzerland.
Rachel Carpentier to support her music teaching at the Kodaikanal International School in India
Forrest O'Connor to conduct arts programming with Sister City's International in Washington, DC
Benjamin Cosgrove to conduct an internship at Greenhouse Studios, Reykjavik, Iceland.

2011
Chad Cannon to conduct research in the Ryukyu Islands in China and in Japan.
Tamar Grader for travel to Switzerland for harpsichord study with Jasper B. Christensen.
David Miller to conduct performance studies and composition research in Vienna.

2012
Miriam Fogel to conduct research on Italian instrumental music organizations.
Mark Parker to condcut fieldwork on experimental music in Tokyo Japan.
Carl Pillot to conduct research on Afro-Cuban drumming and jazz in California, New York, and New Jersey.
Alexander Valente for travel to Germany and Austria.
Jesse Wong for travel to the UK to study opera and musical communities.

2013
Andres Ballesteros to participate in the highSCORE Contemporary Music Festival
Irineo Cabreras to conduct to participate in four summer dance workshops.
Kyle Randall for research in Italy, and to produce an electronic music project.
Zach Sheets to attend concerts in Europe and to pursue composition lessons at the American Conservatory at Fontainebleu.

2014
Theo Breen to participate in the Darmstadt summer program.
Lydia Brindamour for travel to Italy and Germany to attend the SoundSCAPE festival and Darmstadt.
Calvin Chin for travel to study music in the ritual of Mahayana Buddhism in the Karthmandu Valley of Nepal.
Aviva Hakanoglu to travel to London, Berlin, and Leipzig to attend master classes, lessons, concerts, and the Leipzig Bach Festival.
Ben Ory to support a year of independent study with Ludwig Holtmeier at the Hochschule fur Musik, Freiburg.
Madeline Smith to travel to Berlin, Paris and London to attend concerts and stage productions and speak with theater makers.

2015
Stella Chen to study performance at the Academie Internationale D’Eté de Nice and to study
French Music and Debussy at the Matisse Museum in France
Dylan Freedman to continue thesis research in music informatics in London and Vienna, and to participate in a conference in Ireland
Maxwell Phillips to explore Viking ruins in northern Scotland, and to work with John Eliot
Gardiner in London
Sarah Reid to conduct research on photography’s role in creating musical identity in France

2016
Kapena Baptista to study Portuguese guitar and fado music in Lisbon, Portugal
Joshua Bean for travel to China and Taiwan to study music and the culture
Amir Bitran to attend the Cortona Sessions for New Music in Italy
Henry Burnham for intensive German study at the Goethe Institut in preparation for graduate study in music theory
Joshuah Campbell to attend jazz festivals in Europe, and to collaborate
Eric Corcoran for travel to Seoul to research K-Pop music
Sumire Hirotsuru for travel to Japan to study Japanese folk music and Kabuki Dylan MarcAurele (Music) to research composition and orchestration with Alex Lacamoire and Brian Lowdermilk in New York City
Scott Peters to network with musicians and industry professionals in Nashville Sam Pottash (Music) to attend Electronic Dance Music Conference and Expo to record interviews with artists and professionals

2017
Desmond Green to attend opera in Germany and to travel to Australia to study indigenous music
Ari Korotkin to support label development and produce compositions
Elias Miller to study language in Germany
Carlos Snaider to support performing, researching, and collaboration in Spain, California, and Puerto Rico
Sean Rodan to study Tenrikyo in Japan
Sam Wu to attend the Bowdoin Festival and explore Yosemite
Sarah Yeoh-Wang to attend the Bowdoin Festival and to study harp

 



Davison Prize

2013
Kyra Atekwana to conduct social science research on community and musical theater.
Kathryn Walsh to conduct research on musical theater and political advocacy.

2014
Lee Aubur ( to attend the Aspen Music Festival and conduct research in orchestration, balance, and articulation and dynamics.
Max Phillips to travel to Germany to attend a conducting festival and for language study.
Danielle Rabinowitz to travel to Italy to attend the soundSCAPE festival, for private composition lessons and composition collaboration.
Sarah Reid for thesis research and fieldwork in Nashville, TN and on Prince Edward Island.
Sam Wu to travel to Inner Mongolia to resarchmusical traditions.

2015
Sumire Hirotsuru to attend the Mozarteum International Summer Academy in Salzburg.
Sean Rodan to attend the European American Musical Alliance program in France.
Laila Smith to conduct fieldwork on the NYC jazz scene.

2016
Audrey Chen to attend the Piatigorsky Cello Festival and the Taos Scholl of Music Chamber Music Festival
Auburn Lee to attend the Bowdoin Summer Composition Festival
Alexander Scolnick-Brower to Attend the Festival dei Due Mondi at Spoleto, Italy as Assistant Conductor
Sam Wu to attend New Music On the Point and European-American Musical Alliance. Wu also received an OFA Artist Development Fellowship and an EAMA Merit Award.

2017
Aaron Fogelson to conduct documentary film research in Chicagos South Side as well as to conduct fieldwork with musicians, artists, and activists
Saskia Maxwell Keller to conduct thesis research in Italy on Vivaldi and the painter Tiepolo
Haden Smiley to support Italian language study and an opera internship in Italy
Emma Woo to conduct music therapy research in Singapore



Graduate Awards and Fellowships

Oscar S. Schafer Award
Richard F. French Awards
John Knowles Paine Fellowships
Ferdinand Gordon and Elizabeth Hunter Morrill Graduate Fellowships
Nino and Lea Pirrotta Research Fund 1991-2014
Harry and Marjorie Ann Slim Memorial Fellowships
GSAS/Specialized Fellowships
Composition Scholarships and Prizes
Blodgett Composition Competition Winners

Oscar S. Schafer Award


For students who have demonstrated unusual ability and enthusiasm in their teaching of introductory courses, which are designed to lead students to a growing and lifelong love of music.

1991
Keith Sadko
Siu-Wah Yu

1992
Anthony Brandt
Thomas Kozachek

1993
Suhnne Ahn
Alexandra Amati

1994
Ann Morrison
Andrew Rindfleisch

1995
Laura Johnson Kozachek
Anton Vishio

1996
Jennifer Baker Kotilaine
Charles McGuire
Shailen Tuli

1997
Noel Bisson
Christoph Neidhofer

1998
Karim Al-Zand
Kurt Stallmann

1999
Stefan Hakenberg
Patricia Tang
Stephanie Treloar

2000
Thomas Peattie
Lansing McLoskey
Julie Rohwein

2001
Roe-Min Kok
Elliott Gyger
Pter Whincop

2002
Jen-Yen Chen
Richard Whalley

2003
Matthew Peattie
Julia Randel
Jonathan Wild

2004
Mary Greitzer
Christina Linklater
Bettina Varwig

2005
Aaron Allen
Richard Giarusso
David Kaminsky
Jesse Rodin

2006
William Bares
Natalie Kirschstein
Jonathan Kregor
Matthias Roeder

2007
Aaron Berkowitz
Ellen Exner

2008
Ashley Fure
Jose Luis Hurtado
Evan MacCarthy
Hillary Zipper

2009
Karola Obermueller
David Sullivan

2010
William Bares
Natalie Kirschstein
Jonathan Kregor
Matthias Roeder

2011
William Cheng
Louis Epstein
Andrew Friedman
Rowland Moseley
Meredith Schweig

2012
Elizabeth Craft
Hannah Lewis
Lucille Mok

2013
Trevor Baca
Matthew Henseler
Ian Power

2014
Joseph Fort
Justin Hoke
Annie Searcy

2015
William O'Hara
Michael Uy

2016
Manuela Meier
Emerson Morgan
Marek Poliks
Steffi Probst
Caitlin Schmid

2017
Hayley Fenn
Krystal Klingenberg
Tim McCormack
Christopher Swithinbank
Daniel Walden



John Knowles Paine Fellowships* 1991-present


*Includes some undergraduate Paine fellowships

1991
Suhnne Ahn
Alexandra Amati
Jen-Yen Chen
Jun Fu

1992
Sara Jobin
David Kidger
Richard Kurth

1993
Riad Abdel-Gawad
Evan Christ '93
Sean Gallagher
Aras Lapinskas '93
Ann Morrison
Kathryn Welter

1994
John A. Johnson
Alexandros Kalogeras
Cynthia Gonzalez
Sam Hilton '94
Geoffrey Shamu '94

1995
Naomi Andre
Noel Bisson
Matthew Benjamin Gelbart '95
Jennifer Baker Kotilaine
Charles McGuire
Simon Tom '95

1996
Mary Davis
Michael Puri '96
Raul Romero
Andrew Shenton
Patricia Tang
Juliana Trivers ' 96
Luna Woolf '96

1997
Noel Bisson
Jen-Yen Chen
Stefan Hakenberg
Andrew Shenton
Jonathan Yates

1998
Jen-Yen Chen
Edward Gollin
Lara Pelligrinelli
Sami Shumays
Kurt Stallman
Patricia Tang


1999
Karim Al-Zand
Michael Cuthbert
Judah Cohen
Edward Gollin
Iris Lan '99
Lara Pellegrinelli
Richard Whalley
Peter Whincop

2000
Aaron Allen
Aaron Girard
Arni Ingolfsson
Sarah Morelli
Eliyahu Shoot
Ken Ueno
Peter Whincop
Richard Whalley
Jon Wild

2001
Michael Cuthbert
Richard Giarusso
Arni Ingolfsson
April James
Helen Lee
Kiri Miller
Sarah Morelli
Thomas Peattie
Julia Randel
Jesse Rodin
Eric Spangler
Benjamin Steege
Bettina Varwig
Richard Whalley
Peter Whincop

2002
David Black
Brigid Cohen
Jeannie Guerrero
Aaron Girard
Mary Greitzer
Robert Hasegawa
Christopher Honett
Arni Ingolfsson
Roe-Min Kok
Jonathan Kregor
Lei Liang
Sarah Morelli
Matthew Peattie
Julia Randel
Eliyahu Shoot
Erik Spangler
Noriko Toda
Ken Ueno
Richard Whalley
Jonathan Wild
Du Yun

2003
Aaron Allen
Derrick Ashong
William Bares
Brigid Cohen
Peter Gilbert
Aaron Girard
Mary Greitzer
Robert Hasegawa
David Kaminsky
Lei Liang
Christina Linklater
Kiri Miller
Sarah Morelli
Matthew Peattie
Lara Pellegrinelli
Julia Randel
Jesse Roden
Mattias Roeder
Petra Safarovsa
Dominique Schafer
Eliyahu Shoot
Benjamin Steege
Noriko Tosa
Ken Ueno
Richard Whalley
Du Yun

[2004]

2005
Aaron Berkowitz
Ashley Fure
Chris Honett
Jose Luis Hurtado
Lei Liang
Karola Obermueller
Adam Roberts
Dominique Schafer
Nicholar Vines
Du Yun

2006
Aaron Berkowitz
Corinna Campbell
Jean Francois Charles
Peter Gilbert
Chris Honnett
Jose Luis Hurtado
Katherine Lee
Sarah Morelli
Karola Obermueller
Andrew Robbie
Dominique Schafer
Ben Steege
Bert Van Herck
Nicholas Vines

2007
Corinna Campbell
Jean Francois Charles
Ashley Fure
Marc Gidal
Mary Greitzer
Jose Luis Hurtado
Sheryl Kaskowitz
Katherine Lee
Drew Massey
Evan MacCarthy
John McKay
Alexandra Monchick
Karola Obermueller
Mariam Nazarian
Andrew Robbie
dominique Schafer
Meredith Schweig
David Sullivan
Bert Van Herck
Gabriele Vanoni
Tolga Yayalar

2008
Edgar Barroso
Sofia Becerra-Licha
Jean-Francois Charles
William Cheng
Christopher Chowrimootoo
Mathew Clayton
Elizabeth Craft
Marc Gidal
Peter Gilbert
Gabrielle Giron
Bert Van Herck
Sheryl Kaskowitz
David Kim
Ulrich Kreppein
Drew Massey
Alexandra Monchick
Karola Obermueller
Andrew Robbie
Adam Roberts
Dominique Schafer
Sasha Siem
David Trippett
Gabriele Vanoni
Tolga Yayalar2009
Edgar Barroso
Jean-Francois Charles
Ashley Fure
Bert Van Herck
Ulrich Kreppein
Hannah Lash
Katherine Lee
Josiah Oberholtzer
Adam Roberts
Meredith Schweig
Gabriele Vanoni
Hillary ipper

2010
Edgar Barroso
Corinna Campbell
Jean-Francois Charles
Ashley Fure
Sarah Hankins
Katherine Lee
Olivia Lucas
Peter McMurray
Bert Van Herck
Gabriele Vanoni
Hillary Zipper

2011
Edgar Barroso
James Blasina
Ann Cleare
Sivan Cohen-Elias
Andrw Friedman
Ashley Fure
Marta Gentilucci
Sarah Hankins
Shumaila Hemani
Mathew Henseler
Justin Hoke
Frank Lehman
Peter McMurray
Rowland Moseley
Josiah Oberholtzer
Meredith Schweig
Wenqi Tang
Gabriele Vanoni
Gavin Williams
Jonathan Withers

2012
Trevor Baca
Edgar Barroso
Ann Cleare
Ashley Fure
Marta Gentilucci
Justin Hoke
Josiah Oberholtzer
Ian Power
tim McCormack
Michael Uy
Gabriele Vanoni

2013
Mathew Blackmar
Ann Cleare
Sivan Cohen-Elias
Andy Friedman
Marta Gentilucci
Sarah Hankins
Mathew Henseler
Justin Hoke
Rujing Huang
Krystal Klingenberg
Hannah Lewis
Peter McMurray
Josiah Oberholtzer
Marek Poliks
Ian Power
Stefan Prins
Stephanie Probst
Sabrina Schroeder
Jonathan Withers

2014
Ann Cleare
Charrise Barron
Sivan Cohen-Elias
Marta Gentilucci
Sarah Hankins
Justin Hoke
Peter McMurray
Manuela Meier
Josiah Oberholtzer
Marek Poliks
Kai Polzhofer
Ian Power
Stefan Prins
Sabrina Schroeder
Christopher Swithinbank
Jonathan Withers

2015
Clara Iannotta
Alana Mailes
Adi Snir
Chris Swithinbank
Paddy League
Manuela Meier
Marek Poliks
Monica Herschberger
William O’Hara
Tim McCormack
Stefan Prins
Charrise Barron
Marta Gentilucci
Justin Hoke
Sam Parler
Trevo Baca
Ann Cleare
Sivan Cohen-Elias
Sabrina Schroeder
MicahWittmer

2016
James Bean
Sivan Cohen-Elias
Justin Hoke
Clara Iannotta
Timothy McCormack
Manuela Meier
John Pax
Marek Poliks
Stefan Prins
Adi Snir
Rajna Swaminathan
Christopher Swithinbank

2017
Elena Rykova
Julio Zuniga
James Bean
John Pax
Adi Snir
Clara Iannotta
Michael Kushell
Kai Polthofer
Tamar Sella
Daniel Walden
Krystal Klingenberg
Manuela Meier
Marek Poliks
Timothy McCormack


Richard F. French Prize Fellowships

[French fellowships recording commenced in 2004]

2004
Christina Linklater
Bettina Varwig
Emily Abrams
William Bares
Aaron Berkowitz
David Black
Brigid Cohen
Du Yun
Ellen Exner
Aaron Girard
Robert Hasegawa
Christopher Honett
José Luis Hurtado
David Kaminsky
Natalie Kirschstein
Zoe Lang
Lei Liang
Scott Metcalfe
Kiri Miller
Alexandra Monchick
Sarah Morelli
Karola Obermueller
Mathew Peattie
Lara Pellegrinelli
Julia Randel
Adam Roberts
Jesse Rodin
Dominique Schaefer
Eliyahu Shoot
Benjamin Steege
Nicholar Vines
Jonathan Wild
Tolga Yayalar

2005
William Bares
Matthew Clayton
David Kaminsky
Natalie Kirschstein
Jonathan Kregor
Sarah Morelli
Andrew Robbie
Ben Steege
David Sullivan
Bettina Varwig

2006
Emily Abrams
Ryan Banagale
William Bares
Brigid Cohen
Ellen Exner
Marc Gidal
Mary Greitzer
Robert Hasegawa
Natalie Kirschstein
Jonathan Kregor
Drew Massey
Alexandra Reale
Anna Zayaruzny

2007
Emily Ansari
Ryan Banagale
Matthew Clayton
Brigid Cohen
Louis Epstein
Glenda Goodman
Robert Hasegawa
Michael Heller
Ulrich Kreppein
Rowland Moseley
Adam Roberts
Matthias Roeder
Anna Zayaruznaya

2008
Ryan Banagale
Andrea Bohlman
Corrina Campbell
Ellen Exner

2009
Ryan Banagale
Sofia Becerra-Licha
Louis Epstein
Ellen Exner
Michael Heller
Sheryl Kaskowitz
Hannah Lewis
Drew Massey
Alexandra Monchick
Micah Wittmer
Anna Zayaruznaya

2010
Ryan Banagale
William Cheng
Chris Chowrimootoo
Elizabeth Craft
Andrew Friedman
Matthew Mugmon
Anne Searcy
David Sullivan

2011
Andrea Bohlman
Corinna Campbell
Christopher Chowrimootoo
Louis Epstein
John Gabriel
Glenda Goodman
Katherine Lee
Thomas Lin
Olivia Lucas
Emerson Morgan
Matthew Mugmon
David Sullivan
Wenqi Tang
Sarah Wright

2012
James Blasina
Andrea Bohlman
William Cheng
Elizabeth Craft
Louis Epstein
Joseph Fort
Andrew Friedman
Sarah Hankins
Monica Hershberger
Rujing Huang
Olivia Lucas
Rowland Moseley
Matthew Mugmon
Sarah Politz
Stefan Prins
Frederick Reece
Meredith Schweig
Anne Searcy

2013
Charrise Barron
Edgar Barroso
Elizabeth Craft
Joseph Fort
John Gabriel
Olivia Lucas
Emerson Morgan
Sarah Politz
Kai Tang
Micah Wittmer

2014
Katie Callum
Joseph Fort
Matt Henseler
Krystal Klingenberg
Olivia Lucas
Emerson Morgan
Rowland Moseley
William O’Hara
Diane Oliva
Sam Parler
Sarah Politz
Natasha Roule
Caitlin Schmid
Tamar Sella
Wenqi Tang
Michael Uy
Danny Walden
Jonathan Withers
Micah Wittmer

2015

Paul Koenig
Matthew Leslie Santana
Krystal Klingenberg
Monica Hershberger
Rujing Huang
Sarah Politz
Frederick Reece
Michael Uy
Joseph Fort
Olivia Lucas

2016
Ian Copeland
Krystal Klingenberg
Panayotis League
Laurie Lee
Matthew Leslie Santana e
Felipe Nuñez
William O’Hara
Sam Parler
Sarah Politz
Frederick Reece
Jeff Williams

2017
Alexander Cowan
Grace Edgar
Hayley Fenn
David Forrest
Rujing Huang
Laurie Lee
Matthew Leslie Santana
Emerson Morgan
Diane Adamek Oliva
Frederick Reece
Natasha Roule
Caitlin Schmid
Henry Stoll
Etha Williams
Payam Yousefi


Ferdinand Gordon and Elizabeth Hunter Morrill Graduate Fellowships

[no Morrill awarded previous to 2004]

2004
Aaron Allen
Michael Cuthbert
Justin Linam
Evan McCarthy

2005
Robert Hasegawa
John McKay

2006
Evan MacCarthy
Hillary Zipper

2007
Davide Ceriani
Frank Lehman
Thomas Lin
Matthew Mugmon
Sasha Siem
Hillary Zipper

2008
Chris Chowrimootoo
Evan MacCarthy
John McKay
Anna Zayaruznaya

2009
Davide Ceriani
Thomas Lin
Evan MacCarthy
John McKay
Peter McMurray
Sasha Siem
Gavin Williams
Anna Zayaruznaya

2010
Davide Ceriani
Thomas Lin
Sasha Siem
Anna Zayaruznaya

2011
Christopher Chowrimootoo
Gavin Williams

2012
James Blasina
Thomas Lin

2013
Manuela Meier
Marta Gentilucci
Jamie Blasina
Gavin Williams
Thomas Lin

2014
Haley Fenn
Jamie Blasina

2015
Etha Williams
Kai Polzhofer

2016
Will Bennett
John Dilworth
Emerson Morgan
Henry Stoll
Daniel Walden

2017
Giulia Accornero
Giulio Minniti
Alana Mailes
Christopher Swithinbank


Nino and Lea Pirrotta Research Fund 1992-present


1992
Peter Wollny

[1993 | 1994]

1995
John Johnson
Katherine Welter

1996
Noel Bisson

1997
Charles McGuire

1998
Stephanie Treloar

1999
Patricia Tang

2000
Aaron Allen
Julia Randel

2001
Jeanne Guerrero
Arni Ingolfsson

2002
Aaron Allen
Michael Cuthbert

2003
Brigid Cohen
Bettina Varwig
Joshua Yaphe

2004
Richard Giarusso
Jonathan Kregor

2005
Richard Giarusso
Jesse Rodin

2006
Jesse Rodin
Matthias Roeder

2007
William Bares

2008
Emily Abrams
Louis Epstein
Glenda Goodman
Katherine Lee

2009
Andrea Bohlman
Rowland Moseley
Matthew Mugmon

2010
Louis Epstein
Glenda Goodman

2011
Elizabeth Craft
Hannah Lewis

2012
Anne Searcy
Matthew Henseler
Hannah Lewis

2013
Stephanie Probst
Caitlin Schmid
Matthew Henseler

2014
Monica Herschberger
Annie Searcy

2015

Katie Callam
Diane Oliva
Steffi Probst
Caitlin Schmid

2016
Katie Callam
Diane Oliva
Steffi Probst

2017
Ian Copeland
Katie Callam
Diane Adamek Oliva



Harry and Marjorie Ann Slim Memorial Fellowships

[none awarded before 1993]

1993
Andrew Shenton

1994
Stephanie Treloar

1998
Thomas Peattie

2001
Christina Linklater
Matthew Peattie

2002
Zoe Lang

2003
Jonathan Wild

[2004]

2005
Brigid Cohen
David Black
Christina Linklater

2006
Richard Giarusso

2007
Gina Rivera

2008
Gina Rivera
Matthias Roeder

2009
James Blasina
Christopher Chowrimootoo
Petra Gelbart
Luci Mok
Matthias Roeder
Dominique Schafer
David Trippett

2010
William Cheng

2011
Lucille Mok

2012
Lucille Mok

2013
Lucille Mok

2014
Lucille Mok

2015
Natasha Roule
Emerson Morgan
Annie Searcy

2016
Hayley Fenn
Monica Hershberger
Max Murray
Tamar Sella
Michael Uy

2017
Katie Callam
Max Murray



GSAS/Specialized Fellowships

1991
Daniel Beller-McKenna (Merit)
Peter Wollny (Whitiing)

1992
Thomas Kozachek (Sheldon)

1993
Daniel Beller-McKenna (Whiting)
David Kidger (Whiting)
David Horne (Edith Blodgett Fellowship)
Kaim Al-Zand (Edward A. Bonvalot Fellowship)
Brian Reasoner (Beniko Tsubaki Fellowship)

1994
Mark Risinger (Knox)
Elizabeth Abbate (Whiting)
Jun Fu (Lurcy)
Naomi Andre (GSAS)
Sean Gallagher (GSAS)
Cynthia Gonzales (GSAS)
Kathryn Welter (GSAS)
Stefan Hakenberg (EDith Blodgett Fellowship)
Jen-Yen Chen (Beniko Tsubaki Fellowship)

1995
Mark Risinger (American Handel Society Research Fellowship)
Alexander Fisher (Ann Smeltzer Fellowship)
Brian Hulse (Edith Blodgett Fellowship)
Christina Uss (Beniko Tsubaki Fellowship)

1996
Noel Bisson (GSAS)
Sean Gallagher (Whiting)
Ann Morrison (GSAS)
Alexander Fisher (Ann Smeltzer Fellowship)
Christina Uss (Beniko Tsubaki Fellowship)

1997
Hiroko Ito (GS)
Jennifer Baker Kotilaine (GSAS)
Lara Pellegrinelli (GSAS)
Patricia Tang (Sheldon)
Shailen Tuli (Whiting)
Alexander Fisher (Ann Smeltzer Fellowship)

1998
Karim Al-Zand (GSAS)
Alexander Fisher (Sheldon)
Alan Gosman (GSAS)

1999
Jen-yen Chen (Packard Humanities Fellowship)
Alexander Fisher (Packard Humanities Fellowship)
April James (GSAS)
Stefan Hakenberg (GSAS)

2000
Lansing McLoskey (GSAS, Whiting)
Lara Pelligrinelli (Packard)
Jonathan Holland (GSAS)
April James (GSAS)
Alexander Fisher (GSAS)
Mary Greitzer (Middlebrook)

2001
Judah Cohen (Whiting)
Thomas Peattie (Packard)
Andrew Talle (Packard)
Ken Ueno (GSAS)
Peter Whincop (GSAS)

2002
Arni Ingolfsson (Packard)
April James (Middlebrook)
Lei Liang (GSAS)
Thomas Peattie (Middlebrook)
Julia Randel (GSAS)
Noriko Today (GSAS)
Ken Ueno (GSAS)
Jonathan Wild (Whiting)

2003
Christina Linklater (GSAS)
Sarah Morelli (GSAS)
Peter Gilbert and Robert Hasegawa (GSAS)
 Kiri Miller (Merit)
 Julia Randel (Whiting)

2004
Aaron Berkowitz and Davide Ceriani (GSAS)
David Kaminsky and Ken Ueno (GSAS)
Jesse Rodin (GSAS)
Eliyahu Shoot (Merit)
Justin Linam (GSAS)

2005
David Black (GSAS)
Brigid Cohen (GSAS)
Du Yun (GSAS)
Marc Gidal (GSAS)
Sheryl Kaskowitz (GSAS)
Christina Linklater (GSAS)
John McKay (GSAS)
Karola Obermueller (GSAS)

2006
Mathew Clayton (GSAS)
Ellen Exner (GSAS)
Christopher Honett (GSAS)
Natalie Kirschstein (GSAS)
Jonathan Kregor (GSAS)
Karola Obermueller (GSAS)
Nicholas Vines (GSAS)

2007
William Bares (GSAS)
Sofia Becerra-Licha (GSAS)
Andrea Bohlman (GSAS)
Davide Ceriani (Merit)
Matthew Clayton (GSAS)
Marc Gidal (Sheldon)
Peter Gilbert (Whiting)
Robert Hasegawa (GSAS)
Danny Mekonnen (GSAS)
Torbjorn Ottersen (GSAS)
David Trippett (Sheldon)

2008
Aaron Berkowitz (GSAS)
Petra Gelbart (GSAS)
Jose Luis Hertado (Whiting)
Sheryl Kaskowitz (Merit)
Katherin Lee (GSAS)
Matthias Roeder (Whiting)
Dominique Schafer (GSAS)
David Trippett (GSAS)
Bert Van Herck (GSAS)
Tolga Yayalar (GSAS)

2009
Ryan Banagale (GSAS)
Andrea Bohlman (Sheldon)
Davide Ceriani (GSAS)
Louis Epstein (Lurcy)
Ellen Exner (GSAS)
Marc Gidal (Whiting)
Sheryl Kaskowitz (GSAS)
Hannah Lash (GSAS)
Evan MacCarthy (GSAS)
Drew Massey (GSAS)
John McKay (GSAS)
Lucy Mok (GSAS)
Alexandra Monchick (GSAS)
Adam Roberts (GSAS)
Sarah Wright (GSAS)
Anna Zayaruznaya (GSAS)

2010
Trevor Baca (GSAS)
Ryan Banagale (Whiting)
Christopher Chowrimootoo (Kennedy)
Sivan Cohen-Elias (GSAS)
Elizabeth Craft (GSAS)
Sarah Hankins (GSAS)
Michael Heller (GSAS)
Olivia Lucas (GSAS)
Peter McMurray (GSAS)
Matthew Mugmon (GSAS)
Josiah Oberholtzer (GSAS)
Anne Searcy (GSAS)

2011

Edgar Barroso (GSAS)
Andrea Bohlman (GSAS)
Christohper Chowriootoo (GSAS)
Corinna Campbell (GSAS)
glenda Goodman (GSAS)
Michael Heller (GSAS)
Frank Lehman (GSAS)
Katherine Lee (GSAS)
Samuel Parler (GSAS)
Sabrina Schroder (GSAS)
David Sullivan (GSAS)

2012
Monica Hershberer (GSAS)
Sarah Politz (GSAS), Westengard Scholarship
Anne Searcy (Davis Center Fellowship)
Andrea Bohlman (Mellon postdoc, University of Pennsylvania)
Elizabeth Craft (GSAS)
Hannah Lewis (GSAS)
Sarah Hankins (GSAS)
Lucille Mok (Weatherhead)

2013
Jamie Blasina (GSAS)
Edgar Barroso (Fundacion Mexico en Harvard)
Ann Cleare (Kennedy, Knox, Sheldon)
Elizabeth Craft (GSAS)
Krystal Klingenberg (Foreign Language Association)
Hannah Lewis (Ashford)
Luci Mok (Weatherhead)
Anne Searcy, Jonathan Withers (GSAS)
Wenqi Tang (GSAS)

2014
Sarah Politz (Kenedy, Knox, Sheldon)
Tamar Sella, Panayotis League, John Gabriel (CES)
Sam Parler (GSAS)
Frederick Reece, Michael Kushell, Katie Callam (GSAS Summer Tuition Waiver)
Josiah Oberoltzer, Matthew Henseler, Ian Power, Sarah Hankins (GSAS Dissertation Completion)

2015
Grace Edgar, Alana Mailes (Harvard Summer School Tuition Waiver)
Pei-Ling Huang, Matthew Leslie Santana (GSAS Pre-Dissertation Fellowship)
Krystal Klingenberg (GSAS Merit/Term Time Fellowship)
Trevor Baca, Ann Cleare, Sivan Elias Cohen, Joe Fort, John Gabriel, Olivia Lucas, Sabrina Schroeder, Ann Searcy, Jonathan Withers, Micah Wittmer (GSAS Dissertation Completion)
Stefan Prins (Kennedy, Knox Sheldon)
Rujing Huang (Sheldon Traveling)

2016
Ian Copeland, Diane Oliva (GSAS Pre-dissertation Fellowship)
Matthew Leslie Santana (David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies)
Daniel Walden (fellow at Villa I Tatti)
Tamar Sella (Kennedy, Knox, Sheldon Fellowship) was awarded to Tamar Sella; and
Michael Kushell (Reischauer Institute Fellowship)

2017
Katie Callam (GSAS Dissertation Completion)
Peiling Huang, Marek Poliks, Matthew Leslie Santana (Kneedy, Knox, Sheldon Fellowship)
Clara Iannotta, Emerson Morgan, Kai Polzhofer, Steffi Probst, Natasha Roule, Frederick Reece (GSAS Dissertation Completion Fellowship)
Rujing Huang (Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies)
Matthew Leslie Santana (DRCLAS)
Alana Mailes (Villa I Tatti residency fellowship)
Diana Adamek Oliva, MellonCLIR Fellowship
Frederick Reece, Alvin H. Johnson AMS 50 Dissertation Fellowship
Natasha Roule, Mellon ACLS Fellowship
Caitlin Schmid (Warren Center Fellowship)
Daniel Walden (Reischauer Institute Fellowship)



Composition Scholarships and Prizes

1991
Carlton Voss '94 (Green)
Riad Abdel-Gawad (Bohemians)
James Boros (Knight)
Alexandros Kalogeras (Sprague)
Andrew Rindfleisch (Boott)
Marina Rosenfeld (MacColl)

1992
Jeffrey Stadelman (Green)
Peter Alexander (Knight)
Alexandros Kalogeras (Bohemians)
Jason Koczela (Sprague)
Andrew Rindfleisch (Boott)
Dmitri Tymoczko (MacColl)

1993
Dominic Dousa '95 (Green)
Christopher Neidhofer (Knight)
David Tadie (Boott/Sprague)
Shailen Tuli (Bohemians)
Carol Voss (MacColl)

1994
Andrew Rindfleisch (Green)
David Horne (Knight)
David Taddie (Boott)
Jun Fu (Sprague)
Andrew Rindfleisch (Bohemians)
Andrew Jacobs '97 (MacColl)

1995
Luna Woolf '96 (Green)
Andrew Rindfleisch (Knight)
Andrew Seth Jacobs '97 (Boott)
Christoph Neidhofer (Sprague)
Karim Al-Zand (Bohemians)
Juliana Trivers '96 (MacColl)

1996
David Horne (Green)
Shailen Tuli (Knight)
David Taddie (Boott)
Andrew Seth Jacobs '97 (Sprague)
Lansing McLoskey (bohemians)
Matthew LIma '98 (MacColl)

1997
Mattew Lima (Green)
Kaim Al-Zand (Knight)
Brent Auerbach '97 (MacColl)
Brian Hulse (Boott)
Laning McLoskey (Sprague)
David Taddie (Bohemians)

1998
Brian Hulse (Green)
Christoph Neidhofer (Knight)
Matthew Lima '98 (MacColl)
Elliott Gyger (Boott)
Lansing McLoskey (Sprague)
Kurt Stallmann (Bohemians)

1999
Christopher Ariza '99 (Green)
Karim Al-Zand (Bohemians)
Christopher Ariza '99 (MacColl)
Lansing McLoskey (Knight)
Jonathan Holland (Boott)
Erik Spangler (Boott)
David Taddie (Sprague)

2000
Elliott Gyger (Green)
Jonathan Holland (Bohemians)
Helen Lee (Knight)
Lansing McCloskey (Boott)
Aaron Einbond '00 (MacColl)

2001
Chris Trapani '02 (Green)
Lansing McCloskey (Boott)
Julie Rohwein (Bohemians)
Eric Spangler (Knight)
Ken Ueno (Sprague)

2002
Julie Rohwein (Green)
Christopher Trapani '02 (Knight)
Christopher Honnett (Knight)
Anthony Cheung '04 (MacColl)
Du Yun (Sprague)
Jonathan Wild (Boott)
Robert Hasegawa (Bohemians)
Nicholas Vines (Bohemians)

2003
Anthony Cheug '04 (Green)
Jose Luis Hurtado (Knight)
Alexander Ness '03 (MacColl)
Dominique Schafer (Sprague)
Ken Ueno (Boott)
Peter Gilbert (Bohemians)

2004
Ken Ueno (Green)
Dominique Schafer (Knight)
Carson Cooman '04 (MacColl)
Jose-Luis Hurtado (Sprague)
Nicholas Vines (Boott)
Robert Hasegawa (Bohemians)

2005
Peter Gilbert (Green)
Jose-Luis Hurtado (Knight)
Derrick Wang '06 (MacColl)
Tolga Yayalar (Sprague)
Nicholas Vines (Boott)
Karola Obermueller (Bohemians)

2006
Derrick Wang '06 (Green)
Lei Liang (Knight)
Elizabeth Lim '08 (MacColl)
Hlilary Zipper (Sprague)
Bert van Herck (Boott)
Karola Obermueller (Bohemians)

2007
Jose Luis Hurtado (Green)
Ashley Fure (Knight)
Matthew Mendez '09 (MacColl)
Bert van Herck (Sprague)
Nicholas Vines (Boott)
Adam Roberts (Bohemians)

2008
Elizabeth Lim '08 (Green)
Jean Francois Charles (Knight)
Michael Schachter '09 (MacColl)
Tolga Yayalar (Sprague)
Edgar Barroso (Boott)
Gabriele Vanoni (Bohemians)

2009
Karola Obermueller (Green)
Tolga Yayalar (Knight)
Matthew Mendez '09 (MacColl)
Sasha Siem (Sprague)
Michael Schachter '09 (Boott)
Edgar Barroso (Bohemians)

2010
Zachary Sheets '13 (Green)
Bert Van Herck (Knight)
Matthew Aucoin '12 (MacColl)
Ashlery Fure (Sprague)
Edgar Barroso (Boott)
Jean Francois Charles (Bohemians)

2011
Hillary Zipper (Green)
Sabrina Schroder (Knight)
Noam Hassenfeld '12 (MacColl)
Gabriele Vanoni (Sprague)
Ian Power (Boott)
Edgar Barroso (Bohemians)

2012
Jorge Andres Ballesteros '13 (Grren)
Josiah Oberholtzer (Knight)
Matthew Aucoin '12 (MacColl)
Sivan Cohen-Elias (Sprague)
Ian Power (Bohemians)
Justin Hoke (Boott)

2013
Josiah Oberholtzer (Green)
Justin Hoke (Knight)
Lydia Brindamour '13 (MacColl)
Ann Cleare (Sprague)
Marta Gentilucci (Bohemians)
Kyle Randall '13 (Boott)

2014
Phillip Golub, Maxwell Phillips (Green)
Timothy Mccormack (Knight)
Benjamin Nuzzo (MacColl)
Stephan Prins (Sprague)
Trevor Baca (Bohemians)
Kai Johannes Polzhofer (Boott)

2015
Marta Gentilucci (Green)
Sivan Elias-Cohen (Knight)
Marek Poliks (Knight)
Cheng Hao (Sam) Wu'15 (MacColl)
Chase Morrin '15 (MacColl)
Manuela Meier (Sprague)
Trevor Baca (Sprague)
Samuel Ruchman '15 (Boott)
Christopher Swithinbank (Bohemians)
Stefan Prins (Bohemians)

2016
Phillip Golub, Sam Wu (Green)
Marek Poliks, Trevor Baca (Knight)
Michael Cheng (MacColl)
Manuela Meier (Sprague)
Clara Iannotta (Boott)
Adi Snir, Christopher Swithinbank (Bohemians)

2017
Tim McCormack (Green)
Clara Iannotta, Chris Swithinbank (Knight)
Auburn Lee, Ari Korotkin, Brandon Snyder (MacColl)
Adi Snir (Sprague)
Sam Wu (Boott)
Kai Polzhofer (Bohemians)




Blodgett Composition Competition Winners*

*(year awarded)

1992-93 Peter Alexander
1993-94 Stefan Hakenberg
1994-95 Brian Hulse
1995-96
1996-97 Hiroko Ito, David Taddie
1997-98 Karim Al-Zand
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02 Elliott Gyger
2002-03 Alexander Ness
2003-04 Elliott Gyger
2004-05 Eliyahu Shoot
2005-06 Ashley Fure
2006-07 Tolga Yayalar
2007-08 Lei Liang
2008-09 Hillary Zipper
2009-10 Ulrich Kreppein
2010-11 Adam Roberts
2011-12 Edgar Barroso, Timothy McCormack
2012-13 Marta Gentilucci
2013-14 Edgar Barroso, Marta Gentilucci
2014-15 Kai Polzhofer
2015-16 Sivan Cohen-Elias, encrypt
2016-17 Austen Weber, Cisco Beach in Winter

 



CONFERENCES & SYMPOSIA

April 11, 1992: Symposium: Ways of Representing Music. In honor of Rulan Pian. John Ward, organizer, Elliot Forbes, chair. A Festschrift was presented, jointly sponsored by the Institute of Chinese Studies of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Music Department, Bell Yung and Joseph Lam, editors, entitled Theme and Variations: Writings on Music in Honor of Rulan Chao Pian (1994).

October 16, 1993
Symposium: Psychoanalysis and Music, Reinhold Brinkmann, chair.

May 5-8, 1994
The Musical Migration: Austria and Germany to the U.S., ca. 1930-1950. Reinhold Brinkmann and Christoph Wolff, chairs; Mark Kagan and John Johnson, organizers. Co-sponsored by the Goethe Institute Boston and funded in part by the Lusicus N, Littauer Foundation, New York, and the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music, New York. 17 speakers. Proceedings published as Driven Into Paradise: the Musical Migration from Nazi Germany to the United States, ed. Reinhold Brinkmann and Christoph Wolff (University of California Press, 1999).

November, 1996
Rethinking Beethoven's Late Period: Sources, Aesthetics, and Interpretation. In honor of Lewis Lockwood. Reinhold Brinkmann and Christopher Reynolds (UC Davis), organizers.

April, 1997
Brahms the Contemporary, Perspectives on Two Centuries. Co-organized with the American Brahms Society, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the Music Departments of Boston University, MIT, and Harvard. Reinhold Brinkmann, Christoph Wolff, John Daverio (Boston University), organizers.

February 26-27, 1999
Symposium: The Schoenberg String Quartets and Trio, in honor of David Lewin. Reinhold Brinkmann, organizer. Quartets and Trio performed by the Mendelssohn String Quartet and the Juilliard String Quartet. Symposium papers published as Music of My Future. The Schoenberg Quartets and Trio (2000), edited by Reinhold Brinkmann and Christoph Wolff.

November 9-11, 2001
Music and the Aesthetics of Modernity, in honor of Reinhold Brinkmann. Papers published in Music and the Aesthetics of Modernity. Essays (2005), edited by Karol Berger and Anthony Newcomb.

November 9, 2004
Elliott Carter's Orchestral Music. Co-sponsored by the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies and the Boston Symphony Orchestra.Daniel Albright (Harvard University), Anne Shreffler (Harvard University), David Schiff (Reed College), presenters.

March 14, 2005
Symposium: New Perspectives on Wagner's The Flying Dutchman. John Deathridge, Daniel Albright, Lydia Goehr, David Levin, Alexander Rehding, Caroyn Abbate, presenters.

September 23-25, 2005
The Century of Bach and Mozart. Perspectives on Historiography, Composition, Theory, and Performance, in honor of Christoph Wolff. Publication, same title, edited by Sean Gallagher and Thomas Forrest Kelly, in 2008.

February 27, 2006
Symposium: Beethoven, Schoenberg and the Legacy of the Ninth. A day-long symposium in collaboration with the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

October 12-14, 2006
Leonard Bernstein, Boston to Broadway. Concerts and Symposia at Harvard University. Organized by Carol Oja and Kay Kaufman Shelemay.

October 27, 2006
Idea and Image: A symposium on Schoenberg's opera Moses und Aron, presented in collaboration with the Boston Symphony Orhestra and the Center for European Studies.

October 19-20, 2007
Ambrosiana at Harvard. New Source of Milanese Chant. Organized by Thomas Forrest Kelly.

April 13-14, 2008
Cultural Creativity in the Ethiopian American Diaspiora: Conference and Ethio-Jazz Concert (the music of Mulatu Astatke featuring the Either/Orchestra), organized by Kay Kaufman Shelemay.

October 2-4, 2009
City, Chant, and the Topography of Early Music. A Conference in honor of Thomas Forrest Kelly. Seven paper sessions plus keynote by Craig Wright (Yale University). Publication of proceedings, same title, edited by Michael Cuthbert, Sean Gallagher and Christoph Wolff, 2013.

February 12, 2010
Beethoven Symposium. Lewis Lockwood, Anne C. Shreffler, Alan Gosman (University of Michigan), Matthias Roeder, Joel Smirnoff (Cleveland Institute of Music) and the Chiara Quartet.

March 27, 2010
Suggestioni. A festival of Italian New Music and Poetry at Harvard University, organized by Gabriele Vanoni. Sponsored by Consulate General of Italy in Boston, Lauro de Bosis committee for Italian Culture at Harvard, Italian Institute of Culture New Yrok, and Federazioine CEMAT (SONORA).

April 15, 2011
Studying Musical Theater in the 21st Century: A Panel Exploring Intellectual Vistas and Interdisciplinary Methodologies. Panel Chairs: Carol Oja, Stacy Wolf (Princeton University).

April 22, 2012
The Organ in the Academy: talks by John Butt, Glenda Goodman, Evan MaCarthy, Christoph Wolff, and Edward Jones. Performances by Jones, Christian Lane, Nancy B. Granert, and Murray Forbes Somerville. Papers published in a volume, same title, 2013.

February 8, 2013
Africa Remix Conference: sessions on producing Global Sounds, Shaping Local Tradition, Collaboration or Appropriation? Issues in Remixing African Styles, and keynote by Francis Faceto.

October 18-20, 2013
Music in Time. Phenomenology, Perception, Performance. A conference in honor of Christopher Hasty, organized by Suzannah Clark and Alexander Rehding. Publication, same title, 2016.

October 24-26, 2014
Out of Bounds. Ethnography, History, Music. A conference in honor of Kay Kaufman Shelemay, organized by Carol Oja, Ingrid Monson, and Richard Wolf. Publication underway.

January 29/30, 2016
Musical Cartographies An Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference hosted by the Harvard University Graduate Music Forum
Keynote: Arun Saldanha Associate Professor of Geography (University of Minnesota)

Feburary 8, 2016
GMF Conference: Work & Play: Economies of Music. Two days exploring intersections of ethics, economics, law, capital, identity, and Music. Keynote: Robin James (UNC Charlotte). Round Table: Verena Andermatt Conley, Robin James, Sindhumathi Revuluri, Kay Kaufman Shelemay

March 4-6, 2016
Concerts and Conference on the Music of South, Central, and West Asia. Keynote by Stephen Blum, CUNY Graduate Center. Co-sponsored by Music Department.

March 23-26, 2016
Utopian Listening. The Late Electroacoustic Music of Luigi Nono Technologies, Aesthetics, Histories, Futures. Co-sponsored by the Music Departments of Tufts and Harvard Universities.

Februrary 3, 4, 2017
GMF Conference: Black Lives Matter. Music, Race, and Justice Harvard Graduate Music Forum Conference. Mathew D. Morrison, keynote; Imani Uzuri, keynote/performer



Blodgett Artists in Residence

2002-2003
Pierre Boulez
Ivan Fedele

2003-2004
Madrigal Singers
Jean-Claude Risset
Rafael Hillyer
Andrew Parrott
Greg Osby Quartet
Betty Comden

2004-2005
Harrison Birtwistle
Orfeo performance
Donald Grieg
Barbara Haggh Huglo
Koo Nimo, Daniel Amponsah

2005-2006
Neba Solo

2006-2007
Lee Hyla
Harvard Early Music Society to Versailles
Faculty concert

2007-2008
Clerks Group
Juilliard String Quartet
Tashi
Geri Allen

2008-2009
Aster Aweke

2009-2010
Ursula Oppens

2010-2011
Iancu Dumitrescu
Harrison Birtwistle
Bahman Panahi
Tom Everett
Benjamin Bagby and Katarina Livljanik

2011-2012
Paulina Oliveros


2012-2013
John Harbison
Andrea Miller and Apontus Lindberg
Sweet Honey in the Rock


2013-2014
Jason Robert Brown
Mala Punica
Menahem Pressler, Jeremy Denk, Pamela Frank
Sirojiddin Juraev
Rhoden and Barton (dance)


2014-2015
George Benjamin
George Lewis
Brooks, Harper and Dorrance (Dance)


2015-2016
Angelique Kidjo

 

2016-2017

 



Barwick Seminar Speakers

2003-2004
Reinhard Strohm
James Tenney
Chinary Ung
Ellen Koskoff

2004-2005
Stanley Boorman
Antoine Bonnet

2005-2006
Nicholas Cook
Judith Becker
Georg Friedrich Haas

2006-2007
Scott Burnham
Robert Morris
Walter Frisch
Robert O’Meally

2007-2008
Lewis Rowell
Regula Anna Qureshi
Trevor Wishart
Dorit Tanay

2008-2009
Michael Veal
Charles Smith
Ronald Radano
Fabien Levy

2009-2010
Jonathan Pieslak
Richard Leppert

2010-2011
Annette Richards
Carol Vernallis

2011-2012
Arthur Kampella
Barbara Milewski

2012-2013
Peter Albinger
Joseph Auner
Nicholas Cook
Suzanne Cusick
Kiri Miller
Emily Thompson (cancelled due to weather)

2013-2014
Georgina Born
Charles Garrett
Brian Hyer
Liza Lim
Timothy Taylor
Emily Thompson

2014-2015
Jocelyn Neal
Gary Tomlinson
Jane Sugarman
Seth Kim-Cohen (no lecture, dinner only due to weather)
George Lewis
Eric Drott

2015-2016
Sumanth Gopinath
Seth Kim-Cohen
Jocelyne Guilbault
Alexandra Hui
Martha Feldman

2016-2017
Louise Meintjes
Giorgio Netti
Brian Kane
Farah Griffin
Benjamin Piekut
Susan McClary

 



 

 

Eileen Southern Distinguished Visitors

The title of Eileen Southern Distinguished Visitor honors the first African American woman tenured in Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Southern (1920-2002) came to Harvard in 1974 as a Lecturer and became a full professor in 1976. She had a joint appointment in the Department of Music and what was then called the Department of Afro-American Studies. Southern was a foundational figure in the historical study of black music in the United States. Her pathbreaking The Music of Black Americans (W. W. Norton) first appeared in 1971. Southern was chair of the Music Department 1975 to 1979.

Eileen Southern Distinguished Visitors

Tania León (2015)
Angélique Kidjo (2015)
Wadada Leo Smith (2016)

 


 

 

Christoph Wolff Distinguished Visiting Scholars

In celebration of Professor Christoph Wolff's distinguished contributions to academic and musical life at Harvard University, Vincent J. Panetta, Jr. AB '72; PhD '91 and Eunice Johnson Panetta '90 generously established The Christoph Wolff Fund for Music. The Fund supports, among other things, an annual residency by a noted musicologist, composer, theorist, or performer. Contributions from Wolff's students, friends, and colleagues continue to support the fund.

Professor Wolff served the Music Department and the University in a multitude of ways. He was University Professor, Chair of the Department, Acting Director of the Harvard University Library, and Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Sir John Eliot Gardiner (2015)
Kristian Bezuidhenhout (2016)
Nicholas McGegan (2016)

 


 

Robert Levin Prize in Musical Performance

In recognition of Robert Levin's unique contribution to musical life at Harvard on the occasion of his retirement in 2014, the Music Department established a prize that honors an outstanding student musical performer in each graduating year.

Robert Levin, '68, Professor Emeritus and former Dwight P. Robinson Jr. Professor of the Department of Music at Harvard University, is known world wide for his pioneering reconstructions and completions of Mozart's and Bach's unfinished masterworks andgroundbreaking performances of Mozart and Beethoven piano concertos, complete with improvised cadenzas.

Stella Chen '15(2015)
Alexander Beyer '17 (2016)
Joshuah Campbell '16 (2016)
Emma Frucht '17 (2017)
Sam Wu '17 (2017)