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Music
Faculty & Staff
David Bernstein David Bernstein
Professor of Music
Department Head

At Mills since 1989

Office: Music 264
Phone: 510.430.2025
Email: davidb@mills.edu
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Faculty Office Hours
Days Time Room
M
and
1:00 - 3:30
by appointment
Music 264


Spring 2016 Schedule
Days Time Description Room
T 01:00PM-02:15PM MUS 101
20th-C. Styles and Techniques
MUS 123
TH 01:00PM-02:15PM MUS 101
20th-C. Styles and Techniques
MUS 123
TBA TBA MUS 31/131/231
Performance Collective
TBA


Education
  • PhD, Columbia University
  • MPhil, Columbia University
  • MA, Columbia University
  • BA, Queens College
Courses Taught
  • MUS 5: Diatonic Harmony and Counterpoint I
  • MUS 49: Challenges to Artistic Traditions
  • MUS 101/102: Twentieth-Century Styles and Techniques
  • MUS 138: The Music, Poetry and Art of John Cage
  • MUS 148/248: Post-Tonal Theory and Analysis
  • MUS 156/256: Tonal Analysis
  • MUS 212: Seminar in 20th Century Music Literature and Theory
Professional Interests

John Cage, American experimentalism, avant-garde music and aesthetics, Arnold Schoenberg's tonal theories, post-tonal theory and analysis, 20th-century music literature, the history of late 19th- and early 20th-century harmonic theory

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Contact Information

P: 510.430.2171
F: 510.430.3228
E: music@mills.edu

Last Updated: 5/28/15