Eduardo López-Dabdoub is Specialized Teaching Faculty in Musicology at Florida State University, where he teaches, designs, and supervises online music courses. His research focuses on the intersections between jazz, race, and politics, as well as the connections between performance and disability studies.
Dr. López-Dabdoub received a DMA from the CUNY Graduate Center, where his dissertation on the music of Charles Mingus won the prestigious Baisley Powell Elebash Dissertation Award. He has presented his research at conferences throughout the United States, including the Society for American Music and Feminist Theory and Music. As a clarinetist, he has performed with orchestras, chamber ensembles, and as a soloist throughout the United States and Canada, and participated in festivals such as the Sarasota Music Festival and the Banff Centre for the Arts. He previously taught courses in musicology at the University of Oklahoma and the City College of New York, and coached chamber music ensembles at Queens College.
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