He was an Instructor at Eastman, a Visiting Instructor at Oberlin Conservatory and a Lecturer in Music at the University of Chicago.
STEFAN CARIS LOVE
Fine Arts Center, Room 149J
Stefan Caris Love, Assistant Professor of Music Theory, has an MA/PhD in Theory from the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester, and an AB with Honors in Music from Brown University.
Co-winner of the 2009 Bruce Benward Student Analysis Competition sponsored by the Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy, he published articles in leading peer-reviewed journals-- Music Theory Spectrum, Music Theory Online and the Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy. He presented papers at the College Music Society Great Lakes Regional Conference, the Society for Music Theory Annual Meeting and the Renaissance Society of America's Annual Meeting. His research includes analysis of jazz; his dissertation was entitled "On Phrase Rhythm in Jazz." In his recent research, he applies his findings to other styles, including the music of the common-practice period.