1   Playground Sessions (2010–present)

Over the last year, I've been working closely with David Sides and the folks at Zag Invention on the music curriculum for The Playground Sessions. Anyone interested in learning to read sheet music, playing pop-song arrangments on the piano, or relating music theory to practice should check it out!

2   Lecture Notes for an Experimental Music Course at the New School

In Spring 2011, my friend Yoni Niv and I co-taught an experimental music course at Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts. I've collected some of my lecture notes and posted them here.

3   NYU Musicianship Wiki

An informed citizenry is the only true repository of the public will.

—Thomas Jefferson

In 2008, I created this Wiki. It's a small archive of class materials, administrative information, and advice for graduate students teaching music theory in the NYU GSAS. [1] Unfortunately, it seems to have fallen out of use. It may still be useful to graduate students teaching music theory for the first time, or for anyone curious about NYU's music theory curriculum (the word "curriculum" here may be too rigid to describe a program without any clear goals or requirements; "interests" is more precise).

[1](A point of endless confusion: there are music programs in at least three branches of NYU: FAS/GSAS, Steinhardt, and Tisch).

4   Teaching Statement

Click here to read the teaching statement I wrote for the application of NYU’s 2009–2010 Outstanding Teaching Award in the Humanities.