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Music
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Maggi Payne Maggi Payne
Professor
Luther Brusie Marchant Professorship
Co-Director, Center of Contemporary Music

At Mills since 1972

Office: Music 232
Phone: 510.430.2187
Email: maggi@mills.edu
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Faculty Office Hours
Days Time Room
W
and
5:15 - 7 :15
by appointment
MUS 232


Spring 2017 Schedule
Days Time Description Room
W 02:30PM-05:00PM MUS 164/264
Advanced Audio Recording
MUS 234
TBA TBA MUS 109
Individual Instruction
TBA
TBA TBA MUS 160
Practicum
TBA
TBA TBA MUS 250
Thesis for Master's Degree
TBA
TBA TBA MUS 260
Practicum
TBA


Education
  • MFA, Mills College, 1972
  • MM, University of Illinois, 1970
  • Yale University, 1969
  • BM, Northwestern University, 1968
Courses Taught
  • MUS 047/147: Introduction to Electronic Music
  • MUS 159: Seminar in Musical Performance, Composition, and Improvisation
  • MUS 161/162, 261/262: Sound Techniques
  • MUS 164/264: Advanced Recording
Professional Interests

Interdisciplinary electroacoustic composition and performance; the creation of works for electronic and visual media; music recording and editing

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Center for Contemporary Music

Musicnow: Concert Series/Songlines

The Pond: Online Radio

Go To: Graduate Music

Contact Information

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

Last Updated: 5/28/15