Will Stackpole is an American composer who is currently a doctoral candidate at the Juilliard School. His music has been called "lively", "interesting" and possessing a "savage charm" by the New York Times and covers a wide variety of styles and genres, from solo, to chamber, to orchestral works. Originally an electric guitarist and pianist, Mr. Stackpole spent his teenage years performing in rock bands before discovering classical composition. His music has been featured in film, theatrical productions, and on broadcast television and has been performed by many notable ensembles including the New Jersey Symphony, the Manhattan Symphonie, and the Juilliard Orchestra.
To learn even more about Will, visit his website: www.willstackpole.com
In the 2015-16 academic year I have been working as a teaching assistant in the music theory department at Juilliard. During this time I helped teach 2 writing intensive courses, one covering the development of meter in the 20th century, and the other analyzing works written for dance during the 20th century.
Courses include: Music Theory I, II, III, and IV; Orchestration; Composition;
Lead lectures, graded and gave feedback on exams and in class work, offered private tutoring services upon student request.
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