beginning august 2005, i became assistant professor of music in the mcintire department of music at the university of virginia. i plan to teach courses in composition, music and technology, multimedia, pop, recording, and art & activism. uva has been blessed with killer faculty, staff and grad students [and undergrads, too].
in september 2004 i was appointed lecturer in music at princeton. i'm teaching aural musicianship to students in the music 105 & 106 series -- 'music theory through performance and composition.' this series covers common practice harmony and forms, four part writing and voice leading, as well as some early and 20th century music that shares topical theoretical practices.
i had taught precepts for this course earlier [2000 fall]; and over the past five years, i've taught precepts to princeton undergraduates for several other music courses:
music 209 | introduction to jazz [2000 spring]