This summer, my wife and I spent two months in Dresden studying German at the Goethe Institute on a grant from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst. Before returning to the United States, I also spent some time at the Janáček Archives in Brno, Czech Republic.
Kája Lill received his M.A. in music theory from the University of North Texas in 2015, and his B.A. from Grand Valley State University in 2013. His paper, “Serial Organization in Krzysztof Penderecki’s Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima: Rotation, Multiplication, and Contour” won the Colvin Student Paper Award at the 2015 Texas Society of Music Theory Meeting in El Paso. His current research includes translating and interpreting Leoš Janáček’s writings in music theory.
SMR celebrates the end of the year – May 10, 2022
SMR members present at Music Theory Midwest – May 09, 2022
Kája Lill conducts research in the Czech Republic – April 21, 2022
Mitty Ma and Carlos Pérez Tabares present at CCM conference – April 14, 2022
Kája Lill awarded SMT-40 Dissertation Fellowship – April 07, 2022
Lydia Bangura presents at conferences – March 31, 2022
Alyssa Wells defends dissertation – March 10, 2022
SMR Forum hosts abstract workshop – February 15, 2022