Lectures

“Where is Music?  Some Thoughts About the Ontology of Musical Works and Performances.”
Oklahoma State University, Friends of the Forms Series (2017). – Video

Colloquium on Jeffrey Swinkin’s Performative Analysis
University of Massachusetts-Amherst (via Skype) (2017).
University of British Columbia (via Skype) (2015).

“Imaginative Hearing Through Analysis: The Largo Appassionato of Beethoven’s Op. 2, no. 2.”
Oklahoma Music Theory Roundtable (2016).

“About a Key: Tonal Reference in Beethoven’s Sonata Forms Works.”
Stony Brook University (2016).
Florida State University (2015).
Mannes, The New School (2014).
University of Oklahoma (2014).

“Organicist Aspects of Schenkerian Thought.”
German Studies Association Conference, Washington D.C.,
Goethe Society of North America, Dedicated Session (2015).

“Phrasing: NonConceptual Instruction in the Piano Studio.”
Norton Lecture Series, University of Oklahoma (2015).

“Sentential Deformation in Mozart’s K. 279: Analysis and Performance of Ambiguous Themes.”
Society for Music Theory, National Meeting, Milwaukee (2014).

“Musical Structure(s) as Subtext: Resisting Schumann’s ‘Ring.’”
Ohio University (2013).
Rice University (2013).
University of Massachusetts, Amherst (2013).
University of Kansas (2013).
Society for Music Theory, National Meeting, New Orleans (2013).

“Variation as Thematic Actualization: Brahms’s Opus 9.
Brahms in the New Century Conference, The American Brahms Society, New York City (2012).
Music Theory Midwest. Lincoln, NE (2011).

“Schenker’s Schichten: Three Philosophical Parallels.”
German Studies: An Interdisciplinary Mini-Conference II. University of Michigan (2012).

“Discursive Form, Recursive Form: Two Models of Beethovenian Subjectivity.”
German Studies: An Interdisciplinary Mini-Conference I, University of Michigan (2012).

“Beethoven’s Late Style and the Use of Convention: A Response to Adorno.”
West Coast Conference of Music Theory and Analysis. Claremont, CA (2009).

“Aspects of Musical Emotion.”
Stanford University (2007).
Drury University (2007).

“Meaning in Early Romantic Piano Music” (lecturerecital).
Ohio State University at Lima (2007).

“Unifying Processes in Schumann’s Kinderszenen (lecturerecital).
University of San Francisco (2003).

“Chopin’s Third Ballade: Analysis and Historical Performance” (twopart lecture).
University Wisconsin-Whitewater (2003).