Jonathan Harvey

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Humanities School of Arts and Sciences
Jonathan Harvey
978.665.3857 Office: Conlon Fine Arts 164
Office Hours
Spring 2021

Monday and Tuesday 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
at Google Meets
http://meet.google.com/pbm-fjqj-twf

Website

Courses Taught

Art of Music (MUSC 1000)
Ear Training (MUSC 1001)
Commonwealth of the Modern Arts MUSC 2130)
Commonwealth of the Renaissance Arts (MUSC 2210)
Concert Choir (MUSC 2320)
Chamber Choir (MUSC 2330)
Music of the Stage (MUSC 3150)
Honors Seminar: Mozart to Modernism (HON 1070)
First Year Experience Seminar: Sound Thinking (FYE 1000)

Background

D.M.A., University of Connecticut (Conducting, Music History), 2015
M.M., Indiana University (Choral Conducting, Historical Musicology), 2009
B.A., Earlham College (Music, Philosophy), 2007

Choral Music
Contemporary music, commissioning, and composer collaboration
Renaissance performance practice, notation and music culture
Music Director, Brattleboro Concert Choir (VT)
 

“Official State Rhetoric”: the Civic Motets of Adrian Willaert. National Collegiate Choral Organization bi-annual national conference presentation, November 7-9 2019.

“Official State Rhetoric”: the Civic Motets of Adrian Willaert. College Music Society national conference poster presentation, October 11-13 2018.

Consciousness of Gender Identity as Educators. Massachusetts Teachers Association conference presentation, July 30-August 4 2017.

Bang for your Buck: Multi-Movement Works for Mixed Chorus and Piano. ACDA Massachusetts conference presentation, July 17-20 2016.

“C.P.E. Bach’s Heilig, H.778: Construction of Narrative Meaning”. The Choral Scholar, 5/1 (2015).

“A Beginner’s Guide to Prophecy: Orlande de Lassus’s Prophetiae Sibyllarum”. Choral Journal, 50/11: 8-17 (2010).

American Choral Directors Association

Choral Arts New England

Chorus America

College Music Society

National Collegiate Choral Organization