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Programs: Theory

Deborah Burton

Deborah Burton is currently Associate Professor of Music at Boston University. Her research concerns opera analysis, counterpoint, and the history of music theory, emphasizing Italian sources. ¬†She has taught at Harvard University;¬†University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Florida International University, Fordham, University of Michigan and Adrian College. In Spring 2016, she was a Visiting Professor at […]

David Kopp

David Kopp is Associate Professor in the Department of Composition and Theory and head of the graduate music theory program at the Boston University School of Music. His research interests include chromaticism, systems of harmony, Neo-Riemannan theory, 20th- and 21st-century music, history of theory, and performance and analysis. He is the author of Chromatic Transformations […]

Jason Yust

Jason Yust has taught music theory at BU since 2011 and taught previously at the University of Alabama. He is the founder of the the Mathematics of Music Analysis Group in the Society for Music Theory and active in the Society for Mathematics and Computation in Music as an editor, scholar, and board member, and […]