Nicolas Namoradze Appears in La Scena Musicale, Le Devoir and more

Graduate Center alumnus Nicolas Namoradze (DMA Performance) has been making headlines with international performances in the last month. Some reviews before: Prizewinner to Pantheon The recorded rendition of the Brahms concerto with the BFO was selected by as one of the 9 all-time top performances of former piano competition winners, in a lineup called […]

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Angélica Negrón Feature

  Former Graduate Center composer Angélica Negrón’s Merkin Hall concert in January was covered on the Graduate Center’s website, found at this link: Congratulations to Angélica on a wonderful concert with many premieres!

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New SMT-V Article featuring GC authors!

Three members of the Graduate Center Music Department community—Poundie Burstein (faculty), Quynh Nguyen (alumna), and Jennifer Roderer (DMA student)—jointly authored the video-article “The Best Laid Plans . . . and Others: An 18th-Century Compositional Outline,” SMT-V 10.1, available at This 10-minute video-article examines issues surrounding the use of models in music analysis, using an analysis from the […]

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Professor Scott Burnham named an Honorary Member of AMS

  Congratulations to Distinguished Professor Scott Burnham, who was recently named an Honorary Member of the American Musicological Society. “For his contributions to the fields of musicology and music theory (whose overlap he has richly demonstrated), for his distinguished teaching career, and for his generous service to these fields and to the AMS. His path-breaking […]

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