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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Adjunct Assistant Professor 1998 - present Columbia University - Music Humanities Program, a part of the Liberal Arts Core Curriculum
Adjunct Assistant Professor 1996 - present

New York University, School of Continuing & Professional Studies, Paul McGhee Adult Degree Studies Division, Liberal Arts Program -
History of Music

Composer-in-Residence 1997 - present

Composition Teaching Residency at LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and the Performing Arts funded by BMI Foundation and the Alumni & Friends of LaGuardia

Teaching Artist & Workshop Leader 1989-present

Lincoln Center Institute, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Aesthetic Education

Workshop Leader 2000 Workshop on Composition & Technology with What is it Like to Be a Bat? at iEar, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
Workshop Leader 2000 Workshop on Composition & Technology with What is it Like to Be a Bat? at Sound Symposium 2000, Newfoundland, Canada
Workshop Leader 2000 Workshop on Composition & Technology with What is it Like to Be a Bat? at Clark University, Worcester, MA
Composer-in-Residence 1999 Meet The Composer's Composers In Schools Program: February-June residency working with 3-6 graders at The Earth School, an alternative New York City public elementary school.
Graduate Instructor 1988- 94 Columbia University - Music Humanities Program
Graduate Teaching Assistant 1987-88 Columbia University - Music Humanities Program: Assisted Graduate Instructors Mike Ross and Jeffrey Lependorf.
Instructor and Tutor 1982-85 Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY - Speech & Communication
1977-79 Workshops with Musica Orbis in colleges and universities in 25 states.
Flute teacher 1977-78 Kimberton Farms School, Kimberton, PA