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Richard Beaudoin comes to Dartmouth after having taught music theory and composition at Harvard University for eight years (2008-16), and having held positions as Valentine Visiting Professor of Music at Amherst College and Visiting Research Fellow at the Royal Academy of Music, London.
Beaudoin, Richard, and Danick Trottier. 2013. "Conceiving Musical Photorealism." Perspectives of New Music 51 (1): 174-195.
Beaudoin, Richard, and Neil Hyde. 2013. "The Handless Watch: On Composing and Performing Flutter echoes." CeReNeM: Journal of the Centre for New Music Research 3: 7–20.
Beaudoin, Richard, and Andrew Kania. 2012. "A Musical Photograph?" Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 70.2012: 115-127.
Beaudoin, Richard. 2010. "You're There and You're Not There: Musical Borrowing and Cavell's 'Way'." Journal of Music Theory 54: 91-105.
SMT 2019 Columbus, Ohio — 10 November 2019 “Beethoven Overexposed: From Source to Sketch to Autograph in Michael Finnissy’s The History of Photography in Sound” [Session: From the Source]
THE PARIS CONSERVATOIRE [Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de dance de Paris] — 21 & 22 March 2019 Two invited lectures to the Analyse musicale B course of Yves Balmer
SMT/AMS 2018 San Antonio, Texas — 4 November 2018 “Solti Recording Time in Mahler: Microtiming and Phrase Rhythm Annotations in Two Conducting Scores of the Fourth Symphony” [Session: Recorded Sound]
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Vancouver, British Columbia— 6 March 2018 “Microtiming as a Compositional Material” at the conference Microtiming and Musical Motion
SMT/AMS 2016 Vancouver, British Columbia — 5 November 2016 “Creaking Chairs and Metric Clarity: Microtiming Glenn Gould Recording Schoenberg Op. 19/1” [Session: Performing Meter]
THE LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS London, United Kingdom — 2 June 2016 "The tenor, the vehicle, the naked base" at the conference The Transformation of Rhetoric in the 21st Century
UNITED STATES CONSULATE The Shanghai American Center, Shanghai, China — 12 May 2015 "What Makes Music Beautiful?" Hosted by The U.S. Consulate General Shanghai Public Affairs Section
EAST CHINA NORMAL UNIVERSITY Shanghai, China — 8 May 2015 "自然VS人类 – Nature Versus Man: Linear Analysis of Lieder by Schubert and Schumann" part of the research program Study on Chinese and Western Modern Music from Perspective of Semiotics
SHANGHAI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Shanghai, China — 6 May 2015 “Composition and Microtiming”
HARVARD UNIVERSITY Cambridge, Massachusetts — 20 January 2015 "Microtiming: Borrowing, Measuring, Composing", part of "Sensing the Data" FAS Group Expanding the Boundaries of Authorship
THE UNIVERSITY OF YORK York, United Kingdom — 4 June 2014 “Recent Developments in Microtiming as a Compositional Material"
HARVARD UNIVERSITY Cambridge, Massachusetts — 26 March 2013 “Writing Across Music” as part of the Seminar Series Rethinking Translation
HOCHSCHULE LUZERN MUSIK Lucerne, Switzerland — 3 May 2012 "On the Art of Composing with Micro-Temporal Data" at the Schweizerische Musikforschende Gesellschaft
THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR AESTHETICS Tampa, Florida — 26 October 2011 “A Musical Photograph?” with Andrew Kania (in absentia)
THE CENTRE FOR MUSIC AND SCIENCE at UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE Cambridge, United Kingdom — 23 March 2010 “Some Account of the Process of Microtiming and Musical Photorealism”
Complete list of lectures & presentations: http://www.richardbeaudoin.com/research