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John Ahern

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on Fifteenth-century mass cycle.
I am interested in Medieval music theory and Medieval music philosophy, especially in their reception of antique texts.

Jacqueline Appleby

Director of Administration and Operations
(609) 258-4240
Office: 314 Woolworth Music Center

Darcy James Argue

Jazz: Creative Large Ensemble Director
My work focuses on Directing Jazz at Princeton's Creative Large Ensemble.
A Vancouver-born, Brooklyn-based composer and bandleader, Argue has toured internationally with his 18-piece ensemble, Secret Society, garnering countless awards and nominations.
Office: E205 Effron Music Building

Christopher Arneson

Performance Faculty: Voice
My work focuses on Voice Performance.
Christopher Arneson is a professional voice trainer and vocologist.

Jenny Beck

Graduate Student: Composition
My work focuses on Music for instruments, voices, electronics, field recordings, and found objects in a variety of small and large ensembles. .
Jenny Beck is a composer of chamber, orchestral, electronic, vocal, and found-sound music, as well as music for dance. She grew up in rural Pennsylvania where the sounds of the woods stirred her...

Gulli Björnsson

Graduate Student: Composition
(347) 255-8600
My work focuses on Laptop Ensemble, Live-Processing, Computer Assisted Composition, Audio-Visual Works.
Gulli Björnsson (b. 1991) is a guitarist and composer from Iceland whose music typically ties electronics, instruments and visuals to experiences in nature.

Ralph Bowen

Performance Faculty: Jazz Saxophone
My work focuses on Saxophone Performance.
Saxophonist Ralph Bowen has made his mark on the New York jazz scene for over three decades, while bringing his "casual perfectionism" to clubs, concert halls, and festivals worldwide.

Sophie Brady

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on the intersection of music, globalization, and technology in twentieth-century African and European musical production and consumption.
I am a graduate student in musicology. My dissertation explores how movement between Africa and Europe shaped mid-twentieth century experimental music.

Brian Brown

Performance Faculty: Tuba
My work focuses on Tuba Performance.
Brian Brown is currently principal tuba of the Philly Pops, Delaware Symphony Orchestra and The Stamford (Connecticut) Symphony Orchestra.

Geoffrey Burleson

Performance Faculty: Piano
My work focuses on Solo Piano Performance (Classical & Jazz), Chamber Music, Improvisation, and both Traditional and Contemporary Repertoire.
Equally active as a recitalist, soloist, chamber musician, and jazz performer, Geoffrey Burleson has been hailed by the New York Times for his “vibrant and compelling” playing.

Marcel Camprubí

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on medieval Arabic music theory, notation, manuscript studies..
Marcel Camprubí is a music historian with research interests in medieval Arabic music theory and manuscript studies. His dissertation considers the use of notation in early ʿAbbāsid music treatises,...

Ronald Cappon

Performance Faculty: Voice
My work focuses on Vocal Performance..
Ronald Cappon has been teaching voice for thirty years, and his students have appeared as soloists in international opera houses, concert halls and festivals, and with major orchestras in North...

Eric Cha-Beach

Sō Percussion: Ensemble-in-Residence
My work focuses on Percussion Performance.
A member of the ensemble Sō Percussion (called “brilliant” and “consistently impressive” by the New York Times) since 2007, Eric Cha-Beach has toured the United States, Russia, Spain, Australia, and...

Susannah Chapman

Performance Faculty: Cello
My work focuses on Cello Performance.
Cellist Susannah Chapman is well-established as a chamber musician, soloist, contemporary music interpreter, and performer in leading chamber orchestras. She performed the entire 2012-13 season with...

Joyce Chen

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on Acoustics, Musical Instruments, Performance Practice, Baroque Affect Theory.
A native of Taiwan, Joyce Chen is interested in the intersection of music, science, and artisanal knowledge in 17th-century Europe.

Lou Chen

Program Manager for Trenton Arts at Princeton; Director of the Trenton Youth Orchestra
(609) 258-9440
Originally from San Bernardino, California, Lou Chen serves as the program manager for Trenton Arts at Princeton (TAP) and the director of the Trenton Youth Orchestra. He graduated from Princeton...
Office: Woolworth 202

Sheryl Man-Ying Chow

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on Chinese and Western music theories in the seventeenth century.
I am studying The Correct Principles of Music (律呂正義), a Chinese music treatise, as a site of epistemological mediation among different bodies of knowledge.

Ted Chubb

Performance Faculty: Jazz Trumpet
My work focuses on Jazz Trumpet.
Over the past two decades Ted Chubb has developed into both a deeply expressive trumpeter and an inventive composer. He has served as both sideman and bandleader to an impressive list of NYC’s top...

Matthew D. Clayton

Jazz History

Gabriel Crouch

Director of Choral Activities
(609) 258-4238
My work focuses on leading the choral program at Princeton University .
Gabriel Crouch is Director of Choral Activities and Senior Lecturer in Music at Princeton University, and the musical director of the British early music ensemble Gallicantus .
Office: 201 Woolworth

Sarah Cunningham

Performance Faculty: Viola Da Gamba & Baroque Cello
My work focuses on Viola da Gamba & Baroque Cello Performance.
Sarah Cunningham is recognized as one of the foremost performers on the viola da gamba worldwide. As a soloist and chamber musician she has performed and recorded throughout Europe, the Americas,...

Kevin Deas

Performance Faculty: Voice
My work focuses on Voice Performance.
Kevin Deas Has served on voice faculties of Princeton University 1992-1998, 2015-2017. Westminster Choir College, Wilkes University, Lawrenceville Prep and also currently at The George School...

Francisco del Pino

Graduate Student: Composition
My work focuses on Music Composition.
Argentinian composer and guitarist Francisco del Pino’s music draws influence from both classical and vernacular traditions and is usually based on extensive contrapuntal techniques.

Donnacha Dennehy

Professor of Music; Director of Princeton Sound Kitchen
(609) 258-5880
My work focuses on composition, opera, experimental music theatre, overtone series, ensemble music.
Donnacha Dennehy is a composer whose music has featured in festivals and venues around the world.
Office: 209 Woolworth

Nick DiBerardino

Graduate Student: Composition
(203) 216-9552
My work focuses on Music Composition.
Nick DiBerardino is a composer who likes to tell fantastical stories with sound.

Vincent Ector

Performance Faculty: Percussion
My work focuses on Percussion Performance.
Vincent Ector hails from the musical city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he attended the University of Pennsylvania. Trained in Music beginning at age nine through GAMP, a music magnet school...

Martha Elliott

Performance Faculty: Voice
My work focuses on Vocal Performance.
Martha Elliott , soprano, writer and teacher, has performed a wide range of repertoire, including avant-garde contemporary music, opera, chamber music, and baroque music with period instruments. She...

Rochelle K. Ellis

Performance Faculty: Voice
My work focuses on Vocal Performance.
Soprano Rochelle Ellis has distinguished herself in a broad repertoire in oratorio, opera, and chamber music, and has performed with symphonic and opera organizations locally, nationally and...

Alan Feinberg

Performance Faculty: Piano
My work focuses on piano performance.
Pianist Alan Feinberg has forged a remarkable career based on musical exploration. From Bull to Babbitt, Feinberg's creative approach to programming has given him a very varied career. With over 300...

John Ferrari

Performance Faculty: Percussion
My work focuses on Percussion Performance.
Percussionist John Ferrari is active in classical, jazz, pop, Broadway, film, television and dance music, the avant-garde, and multi-media.

Florent Ghys

Graduate Student: Composition
My work focuses on music, bass, and video.
French Double Bassist and Composer Florent Ghys’s music has been described as ''highly contrapuntal, intelligent...and inventive...'' (WQXR), and a ''thrilling breed of post-minimal chamber music'' (...

Kerry Heimann

Operations & Patron Services Manager, Princeton University Concerts
(609) 258-6317
My work focuses on keeping things on track and patrons happy at Princeton University Concerts.
Office: 304 Woolworth

Wendy Heller

Scheide Professor of Music History, Director of Italian Studies
(609) 258-1906
My work focuses on music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, especially opera (Monteverdi, Cavalli, Handel) from interdisciplinary perspectives including gender and sexuality, art history, Italian literature, and the classical tradition .
Scheide Professor of Music, Chair of the Department of Music, and Director of the Program in Italian Studies
Office: 316 Woolworth

Jack Hill

Performance Faculty: Double Bass
My work focuses on Double Bass Performance.
Since moving from Massachusetts to New Jersey, Jack Hill has served as principal bass for the Edison Symphony Orchestra and the American Repertory Ballet’s annual productions of The Nutcracker . He...

Jane Hines

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on genre, aesthetics, and analysis within German Romanticism..
Jane Hines's research, under the supervision of Kofi Agawu, explores the genre of the fantasia as it intersects with the concept of Phantasie across literature, the visual arts, philosophy, and...

Matthew Honegger

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on Soviet music, American music, cultural exchange, and cultural diplomacy.
Matthew Honegger studies music in and beyond the Soviet Union, with a broader interest in understanding how border regimes affect music-making and knowledge production

Sara Hong

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on Russian and Eastern European opera, folk music, nationalism, film and television score.
I am a pianist, musicologist, and professional geek.

Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek

Performance Faculty: Voice
My work focuses on Vocal Performance.
Dr. Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, mezzo-soprano, is a singer, conductor, educator, and composer. Dr. Horner-Kwiatek holds a D.M.A. from The Juilliard School and is on the Performance Faculty at...

Dan Hudson

Princeton University Orchestra Manager
My work focuses on Assisting Maestro Pratt in Orchestral Matters..
As a Classical Bassist, Dan Hudson has served as Principal/Co-Principal Bass with The Spoleto Festival (Charleston S.C. and Spoleto Italia), Sarasota Opera (Florida) as interim Primo Contrabbasso...

Margaret Kampmeier

Performance Faculty: Piano
My work focuses on Piano Performance.
Pianist Margaret Kampmeier enjoys a varied career as soloist, collaborative artist and educator. Ms. Kampmeier performs regularly with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, and is also a founding member of...

Francine Kay

Performance Faculty: Piano
My work focuses on Piano Performance .
The New York-based Canadian pianist Francine Kay has performed extensively as a soloist and chamber musician in Europe, North America, and Asia.

David Kellett

Performance Faculty: Voice (Tenor)
My work focuses on Vocal Performance .
David Kellett has appeared in over 45 principal and secondary roles in productions of opera and operetta during his career including numerous world and American premieres. His students have been...

Deborah J. Koenigsberg

Office Assistant
(609) 258-4241
Office: Woolworth 310

Dasha Koltunyuk

Marketing & Outreach Manager, Princeton University Concerts/Department of Music
(609) 258-6024
My work focuses on engaging people in music on campus.
Dasha (Darya) Koltunyuk graduated from Princeton University in 2015, with a concentration in Comparative Literature and certificates in Piano Performance and Translation Studies. A passionate...
Office: 301 Woolworth

Christopher Komer

Performance Faculty: French Horn
My work focuses on French Horn Performance.

Sergey Konaev

Principal Researcher, State Institute for Art Studies, Moscow
Dr. Konaev will be Visiting Belknap Fellow in the Humanities Council and the Department of Music. An expert on the records of the Russian Imperial Theatres, he conducts research in the history of...

Brian Kuszyk

Performance Faculty: Classical Trumpet
Brian Kuszyk is currently principal trumpet of Opera Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Ballet, Delaware Symphony and Philadelphia Brass. He is a member of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and has...

Michael D. Langley

Technical Support Manager
(609) 258-0233
My work focuses on providing technical support to the Department of Music.
Office: Woolworth 315

Pascal Le Boeuf

Graduate Student: Composition
My work focuses on The intersection of modern improvised music, contemporary classical composition, and electronic music production..
Described as "sleek, new" and "hyper-fluent" by the New York Times, Pascal Le Boeuf is a Grammy-nominated composer, pianist, and electronic artist whose works range from modern improvised music to...

Sunghae Anna Lim

Performance Faculty: Violin
My work focuses on Violin Performance..
Sunghae Anna Lim has performed extensively throughout the United States, Central America, Europe and Japan.

Andrew Lovett

Research Specialist (Composition)
(609) 258-4249
My work focuses on Chamber opera, music-theatre, film-music, electroacoustic composition.
Lovett’s work is mostly focused on opera (“music-theater”) often combined with electronics. In addition, he composes chamber music and electroacoustic “soundscape” or acousmatic work.
Office: 203 Woolworth By Appointment

Steven Mackey

William Shubael Conant Professor of Music and Director of Graduate Studies (Composition)
(609) 258-4243
My work focuses on the exploration of quirky topographies and surprising continuities for human performers, including myself on electric guitar.
Steven Mackey is regarded as one of the leading composers of his generation.
Office: 222 Woolworth

Rudresh Mahanthappa

Anthony H.P. Lee '79 Director of Jazz
(609) 258-2219
My work focuses on Jazz as a living art form..
The Anthony H. P. Lee '79 Director of Jazz at Princeton University, Mahanthappa is an award winning alto saxophonist/composer who is widely known as one of the premier voices in jazz of the 21st...
Office: E201 Effron Music Building

Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis

Professor of Music; Director of Graduate Studies (Musicology)
(609) 258-4246
Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis approaches music from the combined perspectives of music theory/musicology and cognitive science. Her book On Repeat: How Music Plays the Mind (Oxford University Press)...
Office: Woolworth 217

David Miller

Performance Faculty: Jazz Trombone
My work focuses on Jazz Trombone Performance.
Dave Miller has been active in the commercial music scene in New York Cityfor over 25 years. Versatility has been a hallmark, as he's performed in a variety of genres, be it jazz, salsa, pop, or...

Simon A. Morrison

Professor of Music
(609) 258-4231
My work focuses on the musical, cultural, and political histories of the Soviet Union, Russia, the United States, and France since the late 19th century.
Simon Morrison is an archival historian specializing in 20th-century Russian and Soviet music with expertise in opera, dance, film, sketch studies, and historically informed performance.
Office: 210 Woolworth

Iarla Ó Lionáird

Global Scholar: Irish Studies & Music Department
(609) 258-2558
My work focuses on Traditional Irish Song.
Iarla Ó Lionáird has carved a long and unique career in music in Ireland. From his iconic early recording of the vision song Aisling Gheal as a young boy to his ground breaking recordings with Dublin...
Office: E309 New Music Building

Ruth Ochs

Conductor of the Princeton University Sinfonia; Associate Conductor of the Princeton University Orchestra; and Director of Small Ensembles at Princeton
(609) 258-3306
My work focuses on developing and enriching the musical potential of the Princeton experience, creating meaningful opportunities for motivated musicians, and fostering opportunities for undergraduate composers..
Under Maestro Ochs' leadership, the Princeton Uniersity Sinfonia has grown from a small chamber orchestra into a full symphony orchestra. Welcoming undergraduate and graduate student musicians, the...
Office: E311 Effron Music Building

Miles Okazaki

Performance Faculty: Jazz Guitar
My work focuses on Jazz Guitar.
Miles Okazaki is a NYC-based guitarist originally from Port Townsend, a small seaside town in Washington State. His approach to the guitar is described by the New York Times as “utterly contemporary...

Laura Oltman

Performance Faculty: Guitar
My work focuses on Guitar Performance.
Guitarist Laura Oltman has received acclaim for her recital and chamber music performances throughout the world. THE NEW YORK TIMES described her debut performance at Carnegie Recital Hall as “...

Alberto Parrini

Performance Faculty: Cello
My work focuses on Cello Performance.
Alberto Parrini was born in Italy and came to the U.S. in 1988. He performs as soloist, chamber musician and in orchestra with a variety of ensembles. Alberto lives in New York City.

Matthew Parrish

Performance Faculty: Jazz Bass
My work focuses on Jazz Bass Performance.
Matthew Parrish is a sought after performer, arranger, composer, producer and instructor. Matthew’s warmth in his playing and loyalty to delivering heartfelt, passionate works is apparent in every...

Christopher Parton

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on German song, Romantic poetics, gender, text-music relations, agency and mediation.
I am a PhD candidate in Musicology. I hold a BA in music from the University of Bristol and an MSt in musicology from the University of Oxford. My work centers around the transmediation of text into...

Gemma Peacocke

Graduate Student: Composition Mark Nelson Ph.D. Fellow
My work focuses on the importance and power of telling human stories. Music can bring to light injustices of accroached power and benign neglect, magnifying the forgotten, the underrepresented and underprivileged..
Gemma Peacocke is a Mark Nelson Ph.D. Fellow in composition. Her song cycle based on Afghan folk poems, Waves + Lines , will be released on New Amsterdam in 2018.

Sarah Pelletier

Performance Faculty: Voice (Soprano)
My work focuses on Vocal Performance.
Sarah Pelletier has an international performing career that encompasses the opera, solo orchestral, oratorio, chamber music, and artsong repertory. She is acclaimed for her “virtues of voice,...

Eric Plutz

Performance Faculty: Organ
My work focuses on Organ Performance.
Eric Plutz is University Organist at Princeton University, where his responsibilities include playing for weekly services at the Chapel, Academic Ceremonies, and solo concerts. He also coordinates...

Michael Pratt

Conductor, Princeton University Orchestra; Director, Program in Music Performance
(609) 258-4259
My work focuses on creating an environment in which students gifted in both academics and performance can flourish in both, regardless of where their career ambitions take them..
Michael Pratt is the conductor of the Princeton University Orchestra and Director of the Program in Music Performance
Office: E202 Effron Music Building

Dylan Principi

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on Music analysis, hermeneutics, psychoanalysis, and philosophy of mind.
I engage with Continental philosophy and psychoanalysis in order to address questions of epistemology and subjectivity in music analysis.

Josh Quillen

Sō Percussion: Ensemble-in-Residence
My work focuses on Percussion Performance.
Josh Quillen has forged a unique identity in the contemporary music world as all-around percussionist, expert steel drum performer, and composer. His collaborations with other composers frequently...

Caoimhin O. Raghallaigh

Traditional musician, arranger, composer
A performer and composer, Mr. Ó Raghallaigh is a leading fiddler in the contemporary Irish music world. A traditional musician immersed in many folk traditions, his work ventures into live...

Barbara Rearick

Performance Faculty: Voice (Mezzo-Soprano)
My work focuses on Vocal Performance.
Mezzo-soprano Barbara Rearick has established herself as one of today's most versatile and fascinating artists.

Jamie Reuland

Assistant Professor of Music; Elias Boudinot Bicentennial Preceptor
(609) 258-4630
My work focuses on music of the later Middle Ages: song, language, and philosophies of music.
My research focuses on the intellectual, aesthetic, and political history of medieval music, and on the intersections between musical texts, oral culture, and political life in the late-medieval...
Office: 214 Woolworth

Deborah Rhoades

Accounts Manager, Princeton University Concerts
(609) 258-2779
My work focuses on Financial transactions, subscriptions and ticketing for Princeton University Concerts.
Office: Woolworth 303

Trineice Robinson-Martin

Performance Faculty: Jazz (Vocal)
My work focuses on Vocal Jazz Performance.
Internationally recognized as one of the leading pedagogues in gospel and soul voice training, Dr. Trineice Robinson-Martin specializes in vocal pedagogy and performance practices for contemporary...

Angelica Sanchez

Jazz Piano
Pianist/Composer/Educator/Arranger Angelica Sanchez moved to New York from Arizona in 1994. Since moving to the East Coast Sanchez has collaborated with such notable artists as: Wadada Leo Smith,...

Cleek Schrey

Graduate Student: Composition
Cleek Schrey is a fiddler, improviser, and composer from Virginia. He plays traditional music from Appalachia and Ireland and makes experimental work using composition, film, and field recordings...

Beth Schupsky

Business Manager
(609) 258-2443
My work focuses on paying the many wonderful performers, ensuring the financial stewardship of the department and providing purchasing needs.
Office: Woolworth 313

Marna Seltzer

Director, Princeton University Concerts/Department of Music Concert Office
(609) 258-2800
My work focuses on Bringing world class artists to campus; presenting them in concert and making these presentations relevant to the widest possible audience..
Like Oliver Sacks, I believe that when people connect with music, it can be life-changing and life-affirming
Office: Woolworth 302

Juri Seo

Associate Professor of Music
(609) 258-4244
My work focuses on Contemporary Music Composition.
A composer and pianist, Seo's music encompasses contrast through unified, fluid, yet complex compositions.
Office: 216 Woolworth

Stacey Shames

Performance Faculty: Harp
Stacey Shames is recognized as one of the world’s foremost harpists, performing as concerto soloist, chamber musician and orchestral principal. Since making her debut at Carnegie Recital Hall, she...

Campbell Shiflett

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on genre, intertextuality, and subjectivity in French modernist musics.
My research considers how music is implicated in the construction of musicians' and listeners' identities.

Sarah Shin

Performance Faculty: Flute
Sarah Shin is the Lecturer of Flute at Princeton University and on the flute faculty at Rutgers University MGSA Community Arts. Sarah has performed in Harvard University’s Sanders Theatre, Jordan...

Adam Sliwinski

Sō Percussion: Ensemble-in-Residence
My work focuses on Percussion Performance.
Adam Sliwinski has built a dynamic career of creative collaboration as percussionist, pianist, conductor, teacher, and writer. He specializes in bringing composers, performers, and other artists...

Gregory Deane Smith (Greg)

Academic Administrator
(609) 258-6078
My work focuses on maintaining academic records, tracking fulfillment of degree requirements, scheduling department courses, and managing the Ph.D admission process, among other duties..
Gregory Deane Smith is an accomplished professional baritone and choral conductor. Greg was born in Brooklyn, NY and has lived in Princeton, NJ for over 30 years. A graduate of Syracuse University...
Office: 312 Woolworth

Elijah Daniel Smith

Graduate Student: Composition; President's Fellow
My work focuses on density, ambiguity, and the dilapidation of familiar musical objects.
Elijah's music focuses on forcing a listener to experience an emotion rather than observing an emotion.

Jeff Snyder

Director of Electronic Music; Director of the Princeton Laptop Orchestra
(609) 258-3616
My work focuses on new instrument design, alternate tunings, composition, robotics, and networked performance practices.
Jeff Snyder is a composer, improviser and instrument-designer living in Princeton, New Jersey.
Office: 262 Alexander St.

Justin Stanley

Assistant Production Manager
(609) 258-2518
My work focuses on helping the Production Manager with planning and logistical details that make performances and events happen.
Office: E207 Effron Music Building

Gavin Steingo

Associate Professor of Music: Director of Undergraduate Studies
My work focuses on music and sound as fundamental figures in the constitution of global modernity.
Gavin Steingo seeks to understand globally circulating musical practices from the perspective of the geopolitical South.
Office: 221 Woolworth

Jo-Ann Sternberg

Performance Faculty: Clarinet
My work focuses on Clarinet Performance.
Clarinetist Jo-Ann Sternberg leads a diverse musical life in the New York area as a chamber musician, orchestral player, music educator, and interpreter of new music. A member of Sequitur, the...

Solon Snider Sway

(609) 258-0788
Solon Snider Sway is Lecturer in Music Directing and Choral Programs at Princeton, where he directs the Playhouse Choir and Playhouse Orchestra. He also works with Trenton Arts at Princeton as...
Office: N401 Arts Tower, Lewis Center for the Arts Arts Tower

Olivier Tarpaga

Director of the African Music Ensemble
My work focuses on African traditional rhythms.
Lester Horton award-winning musician and choreographer, Olivier Tarpaga is the artistic director of Nomad Express International MultiArts Festival in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Tarpaga recently...

Jessica Thompson

Performance Faculty: Viola
My work focuses on Viola Performance.
Violist Jessica Thompson is a passionate chamber musician who performs regularly throughout the United States and abroad as a member of the Daedalus Quartet . The quartet, Grand Prize winner of the...

Jason Treuting

Sō Percussion: Ensemble-in-Residence
My work focuses on Percussion Performance.
As a member of So Percussion, Jason Treuting has collaborated with artists and composers including Steve Reich, David Lang, John Zorn, Dan Trueman, tabla master Zakir Hussain, the electronic music...

Dan Trueman

Department Chair; Professor of Music
(609) 258-4245
My work focuses on Music Composition.
Dan Trueman is a composer, fiddler, and electronic musician.
Office: E208 Effron Music Building

Cara Turnbull

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on music perception and cognition..
I am a PhD candidate in musicology with a focus on music cognition. I am interested in the biological and socio-cultural factors that cause music to be enjoyable and meaningful.

Dmitri Tymoczko

Professor of Music
(609) 258-4255
My work focuses on Composition and Music Theory.
Dmitri Tymoczko (b. 1969, Cambridge, Massachusetts) is a composer and music theorist at Princeton University.
Office: Woolworth 208

Mari Jo Velasco

Lecturer in the Council of Humanities and Music Cotsen Postdoctoral Fellow in the Society of Fellows 2018-2021 Cohort
(609) 258-1954
Mari Jo Velasco received her Ph.D. in Music History and Theory from the University of Chicago and holds Masters degrees in Musicology from the Université de Rennes II and in Human Rights Law from the...
Office: 25A Joseph Henry House

Robert Wagner

Performance Faculty: Bassoon
My work focuses on Bassoon Performance.
Principal Bassoonist of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra; a member of the American Wind Quintet, Boehm Quintette, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and the Orchestra of St. Luke's.

Carolyn Watts

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on Musicology and Dance Studies.
Carolyn Watts studies the intersection of music and dance in the twentieth century. She is writing a dissertation that centers on Russian dancer/choreographer Adolph Bolm in his roles of impresario,...

Connor Elias Way

Graduate Student: Composition
Connor Elias Way (b. 1991) is a composer from Atlanta, Georgia. In 2014, he graduated summa cum laude with a B.Mus. in Composition from Georgia State University where he studied with Brent Milam and...

Rob Wegman

Associate Professor of Music
(609) 258-4248
My work focuses on the musical aesthetics and sociology of late-Medieval and Renaissance music.
Select Publications: The Crisis of Music in Early Modern Europe, 1470-1530 Historical Musicology: Is it Still Possible? Jacobus de Ispania and Liège The World According to Anonymous IV What is...
Office: 218 Woolworth Center. Office Hours by Appointment.

Barbara White

Professor of Music
(609) 258-1443
My work focuses on the interaction of music and sound with text, moving bodies and moving images; the fluid boundary between everyday experience and art; the wonders of the sounding breath; and the role of the body, including the gendered body, in artistic activity.
Composer Barbara White has decades of experience in concert music as well as in interdisciplinary collaboration.
Office: 220 Woolworth

Nancy Wilson

Performance Faculty: Violin
My work focuses on Violin Performance & Historical Violin Performance.
With repertoire ranging from the 17th-21st centuries, Nancy Wilson's solo playing has been called "clear and sweet in tone, refined in articulation" by Gramophone.

Mauro Orsini Windholz

Graduate Student: Musicology
My work focuses on Music Theory and Music Cognition.

Eric Wyrick

Performance Faculty: Violin
My work focuses on Violin Performance.
Concertmaster of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra since 1998, Wyrick is also the Artistic Director of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.

Chen Yihan

Graduate Student: Composition
My work focuses on Composition and piano.
Chen Yihan inspires to transcend the individual, culture, and epoch through music and tradition.

Bora Yoon

Graduate Student: Composition
My work focuses on Electroacoustic Music | Multimedia Performance | Sensory Storytelling | Musical Architecture | Innovations of Form.
Bora Yoon is an Elsie and Walter W. Naumberg Fellow in Music Composition, and a fellow in the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities.

Wendy Young

Director of Early Music Princeton
(609) 258-6842
My work focuses on Harpsichord Performance.
Harpsichordist Wendy Young has performed at many of America’s major concert halls, at numerous international festivals, and with many early music ensembles, as well as dance and theatre groups, and...
Office: 203 Woolworth