B.M. (Oberlin); M.F.A. (Princeton); Ph.D. (Princeton)
Stanley B. Link
Associate Professor of the Philosophy and Analysis of Music
Additional Studies: Vienna Hochschule für Musik. Composition studies with Steve Mackey, Claudio Spies, Louis Andriessen, Roman Haubenstock-Ramati, Richard Hoffmann, and Ed Miller. Computer music with Paul Lansky. Acoustic and electro-acoustic music programmed in the U.S., Europe, and Australia, including Electronic Music Midwest, Third Practice Festival, Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the U. S., NWEAMO, and the American Music Week in Sofia. Recipient: ASCAP composition prize, Charlotte Elizabeth Proctor Fellowship, La Trobe Central Starter Grant, Associate Artist at Atlantic Center for the Arts, Wellesley Composers Conference Fellowship, NCSU Arts Now commission. Musical publications by Ariadne Verlag in Vienna. Papers delivered at Screen, Connecticut College Biennial Symposium on Art and Technology, International Association for the Study of Popular Music, UCSB Digital Arts Week, Society for American Music, American Musicological Society South Central, and others. Scholarly publications in Perspectives of New Music, Music Theory Spectrum, Mikropolyphonie, and American Music. Member of faculty: La Trobe University, Australia, 1995-1998, University of Illinois, 1998. Blair School since 1999.