Assistant Professor of Music Theory Gilad Rabinovitch completed Ph.D. degrees in Composition (2013) and Music Theory (2015) at the Eastman School of Music, with prior training at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Jerusalem Academy of Music. His research interests include eighteenth-century phrase schemata and the reimagining of historical improvisation, bridging past and present approaches to music-making and teaching. His articles and reviews have appeared (or are forthcoming) in Music Theory Spectrum, Music Theory Online, Journal of Music Theory, Music Theory & Analysis, Theoria, Indiana Theory Review, Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy, Engaging Students, Empirical Musicology Review, and Eighteenth-Century Music, as well as in an edited volume on keyboard skills (Olms). He has presented at conferences including several annual meetings of the Society for Music Theory and the 9th European Music Analysis Conference (Strasbourg, 2017). He has also given invited lectures and workshops at institutions including Cornell University, the University of Michigan, and the University of Texas at Austin.
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