Please refer to the GSAS Bulletin section Degree and Certificate Programs as Registered by the New York State Education Department for the actual program name and degree conferred. Kubita now teaches at the Janacek Academy of Music in Brno. For over ten years the Czech composer Lubos Mrkvicka has taught composition and compositional techniques of 20th and 21st century music at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (HAMU). Silver Professor of Computer Science. He studied at the Prague Conservatory and later at the Prague Academy of Music (HAMU). Curricular Development Challenge Fund Promoting innovative curricular programs and projects. She did extended research on music of the Czech composer Leos Janacek and the Greek composer Nikos Skalkottas. During her career as a pianist, she has performed in Germany, France, Switzerland, Belgium and the USA and collaborated with many outstanding soloists (e.g. Among the musicians with whom he has toured, recorded and collaborated, such names emerge: Melanie Scholtz (South Africa), Brian Charette (USA), Sharon Lewis (USA), Robby Marshall (USA), Shauli Einav (IZ), Pat Bianchi (USA), David Restivo (CAN), Frank Basile (USA),John Marshall (USA), and many others. Since 2009 Jurij Likin is a professor of oboe at the Janacek Academy of Music and Performing Arts, Brno. Together with Jaroslav Šťastný and Radek Tejkal he has translated John Cage’s seminal book, "Silence". Libor has released multiple albums as a leader and as a sideman. He goes on annual tours to the USA and Australia, performing regularly in New York, Washington DC, Dublin, Denver, Sydney, Beijing, Istanbul, Toronto, Milan, Melbourne, Berlin, Paris and London. Matouš Hejl came into the public eye in 2015 when, at age 26, he was nominated for the Czech Lion award (the Czech equivalent of an Oscar award) for best music in his debut film Lost in Munich. Our professors are also leaders in a wide range of disciplines, actively engaged as theorists, practitioners, policymakers, and … The variety of Venys’ musical activities is extraordinary, ranging from the classical clarinet repertoire to extremely demanding modern compositions to folklore. Professor of Physics and Mathematics; Executive Vice Provost for Engineering and Applied Sciences, NYU Turbulence, complex fluids, cryogenic … Madeline Abel-Kerns is a classically trained singer, actor, and artist instructor of voice for the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University and a member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. He composes mainly electroacoustic and chamber/orchestral instrumental music. He also met pianist Dan Tepfer, who plays on Tomas’s first solo album “Stick It Out” (2009). Working with the NYU community to recruit, retain, develop, and advance faculty whose scholarship, teaching and community engagement positively impact the world. After winning the 2013 Michal Spisak International Competition in Katowice, Poland, she was invited to the major concert stages. In 1994, she was a finalist in the Beethoven International Violin Competition (CZ), and in 2002 she was a semifinalist in the Gesselschaft Competition held in Munich. Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, Harvard University, USA, 1984 Email: shasha at cs.nyu.edu Office: 60 Fifth Ave 414 Ext: 8-3086 Network inference and protein design for biology, software for searching databases of trees and graphs, outsourcing data while preserving privacy, finding patterns in time series, DNA computing, and … if (year<1900) year+=1900; The violin has been part of her life since early childhood thanks to her father, the first violinist of the famous Vlach Quartet. Music Department. Alice Fiedlerová studied piano at the Academy of the Performing Arts in Prague with Professor Boris Krajný. Music at Stony Brook Music Scholarship and Performance in an Interdisciplinary University Setting He also teaches at the Charles University Department of Music Education (Prague). NYU Dental Faculty Practices. She took part in many international master classes in the USA, Austria and France held by L. Kaplan, S. Ashkenazi, I. Levin, and J. Holloway. Since 2013 she has performed locally and internationally as a solo artist. As a musicologist, Ourania has been researching and studying the piano music of the 19th and 20th century. Director of Undergraduate Studies. Critics have praised her performance for its overwhelming musicality and many-layered form of expression. The NYU Shanghai Performing and Visual Arts offer a range of studio courses and hybrid studio-seminar courses at levels ranging from enrichment classes to advanced arts practices. At NYU Prague, Tony has taught the Collegium and Program Seminar, as well as the Core Course Expressive Culture: Prague Music Field Study. as.nyu.edu/music 24 Waverly Place, Room 268, New York, NY 10003-6789 • 212-998-8300. Students develop core competencies to take advantage of the opportunities of a continuously evolving global economy. Libor is widely considered to be one of the best jazz musicians in Europe and the leading Czech jazz musician of his generation. Founded in 1890, it is the first school of pedagogy to be established at an American university. His music productions have included Pharoah Sanders & Mahmoud Guinia, The Trance of Seven Colors (recorded in Morocco, winner Downbeat magazine 'Beyond Category' Album of the Year). His professional career began in 1973 when he became a member of the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra; during this time, he won numerous prizes in European competitions (Munich, Prague, Markneukirchen). In February 2017, Gallatin Faculty member Kwami Coleman released the Kwami Coleman Trio's debut jazz album Local Music. She was the artistic director of the Praga Sinfonietta, Vox Pragae and the Czech National Choir, as well as a conductor and chorus master at the State Opera Prague. His recent CD with the complete works for Cello and Orchestra by Bohuslav Martinu recorded with the Pilsener Philharmonic and Tomas Brauner as a conductor (Dabringhaus und Grimm) was awarded the Classic Prague Awards 2018, Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik 2017 and got great reviews from Frankfurter Allgemeine and Pizzicato Luxembourg. In 2019, the Czech Philharmonic commissioned and performed the world premiere of his composition Crossings. Our last session of 2018! NYU Steinhardt offers the highest level of professional training in the performing arts within the world’s cultural center, New York City. Pavel Škrna has been a member of the Karlin Musical Theatre orchestra since 2006 and performs as a guest with the Czech Philharmonic, the State Opera, and other orchestras. He has also led seminars in the Czech Repubulic and abroad, and is often a juror of international musical competitions. The Harvard University Department of Music is devoted to the study and practice of music, and exists to provide a first-rate musical education that gives students advanced skills in music as well as knowledge of music history and repertory. Upon graduation from the Prague Conservatory, she started working intensively with a wide range of ensembles specialized in early music. In addition to performing, Ms. Goodson wrote and co-hosted 'Encore', a show about Czech music for Radio Prague, the English-language service of Czech Radio, and has also collaborated on radio shows for the BBC. She has taught international conducting classes in Prague, Hradec Králové, and in South Korea. He was a member of the EBU Ars Acustica Group. Her appearance at the prestigious Tivoli Festival in Denmark was followed by her debuts in the Tonhalle Zürich, Cologne Philharmonic, Sumida Triphony Hall in Tokyo, Gran Teatro Nacional in Lima, and the Prague Spring Festial. Unless otherwise noted, all content copyright New York University. She wrote extensively about music and musical life for the English-language weekly the Prague Post and other publications. She frequently participates in concerts and opera performances at European music festivals. Since 1995 Petra Matejova has given regular masterclasses in piano, fortepiano and chamber music. His work has been performed throughout Europe and in the USA and has been broadcasted worldwide. Located in one of the most culturally rich and diverse cities in the world, the CCNY Music Department combines historical perspective with a contemporary view of music and the liberal arts. Students enjoy small classes open to both majors and non-majors, a variety of opportunities for performing and composing, and access to the vibrant cultural life of NYC. RELEASES. Early in her career, she created sound effects and music for Atari and other video games. He has taught at NYU Prague since 2006. Intranet. The Department of Music offers both a major and a minor in music. She performs regulary in recitals and concerts with leading orchestras. Live-recorded mini-concerts showcase UCSB's exceptional and diverse music scene. Jurij Likin, a Czech oboist of Byelorussian origin, studied at the Byelorussian Conservatory in Minsk with legendary professor, Boris Nichkov.