Music Theory & Aural Skills
Composition, music production, contemporary music, music theory, popular music.
Contemporary music literature and analysis, application of architectural theory to musical form, analysis of harmonic, rhythmic and formal structures underlying intuitive creative procedures of contemporary composers, musical play and creativity in unstructured environments, integrated STEAM learning.
Christopher Lee, D.M.A. is a Visiting Lecturer in Musicianship and Applied Percussion. He received degrees from Indiana University and Rice University, and his compositions have been performed internationally by ensembles including the Cleveland Chamber Symphony, the California EAR Unit, Speculum Musicae, the Woodlands Symphony Orchestra, the Rapides Symphony Orchestra, the Rice University Shepherd School of Music Symphony Orchestra, the Omaha Chamber Music Society / Analog Arts Ensemble, SoundProof, flutist Peter Sheridan, the Greater Cleveland Flute Society, FiveOne Experimental Orchestra, the 20/21 Ensemble, VOX, the Kuttner and Enso Quartets, the Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony, the wind ensembles of Baldwin-Wallace College, Ohio University, the University of Alaska, Illinois State University and Texas A&M University, and at the MusicX, IDEAS Digital Arts and LATEX Electroacoustic festivals.