My Work Focuses on: 
Music analysis, hermeneutics, psychoanalysis, and philosophy of mind
My Other Interests Include: 
Tonality in the music of 20th-century France and America, bebop.


More about Dylan Principi

Dylan holds M.Mus. and B.Mus. degrees from Temple University, where he is Music Theory Coordinator of the Music Preparatory Division. He has presented his research for the Society for Music Theory, the Music and Philosophy Study Group of the Royal Musical Association, the Music Theory Society of the Mid-Atlantic, at IRCAM, and numerous universities.  Apart from his work in Princeton's music department, Dylan has studied with Michael Klein, Lawrence Kramer, Alexander Nehamas, Kristin Gjesdal, Mark Franko, and others. He studied saxophone with Dick Oatts and Matthew Levy.

Performance Highlights

Artosphere Festival Orchestra, WHYY Articulate! Live, Philly Singers, Walnut Street Theatre, Media Theatre.

Recognition & Awards

Frank Taplin Fellowship in Music, Princeton University, 2017–18

B. Stimson Carrow Award for Music Theory Pedagogy, Temple University, 2016