Jan Miyake Named President-Elect of Society for Music Theory
July 5, 2022
Jan Miyake, associate professor of music theory and director for Oberlin Conservatory’s Music Theory Division, has been elected as the next president of the Society for Music Theory. The society promotes music theory as both a scholarly and a pedagogical discipline. Its members are scholars, teachers, and students of music theory, as well as performers, composers, and scholars in related areas such as musicology, ethnomusicology, philosophy, media studies, and cognitive science.
Jan Miyake presents keynote address and research poster
May 11, 2021
On March 31, 2021, Associate Professor of Music Theory Jan Miyake delivered the keynote address for Online Communities and Transformative Justice, a conversation and CORE deposit party for Michigan State University Commons, part of the Humanities Commons Network. The keynote was titled "Harnessing Good Intentions: Online Communities and Sustained Commitment to Racial Equity & Diversity.”
On March 7, 2021, Mikayke presented a poster for the Future Directions of Music Cognition conference. The poster was titled "Implications of Thematic Reuse in Haydn's Sonata Forms."
Jan Miyake Presents at International Research Workshop
July 8, 2019
Associate Professor of Music Theory Jan Miyake presented a talk "Syntax and Form in Haydn’s Symphonic Last Movements" at the international research workshop Corpus Research as a Means of Unlocking Musical Grammar.
Jan Miyake Presents Guest Lecture
March 13, 2019
Associate Professor of Music Theory Jan Miyake presented "Thematic Saturation and Haydn's Compositional Style" as a guest lecturer on February 28 at Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music.
December 20, 2021
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