Inés Thiebaut recently earned her Ph.D at the CUNY Graduate Center, where she wrote her dissertation (“Symmetry and Interval Cycles in the Quartettos Mario Davidovsky”) with Joseph Straus as her advisor. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in music theory from the Professional Conservatory of Music (Madrid, Spain), a Composition and Film Scoring Bachelor of Music degree from Berklee College of Music (Boston) and a Master of Music in Composition from Queens College (New York). While at CUNY she has studied with composers Jason Eckardt, Douglas Geers, Jeff Nichols and Hubert Howe. During her career, Inés has also studied composition with composers Fabián Panisello and Marcela Rodriguez.
Her music has been performed by multiple ensembles in the United States, and internationally in Spain, Portugal, and Mexico. She is also the co-founder, and executive co-director of Dr. Faustus, an organization dedicated to the commission and promotion of new music. For more information on her music and her projects, you can visit her website: www.inesthiebaut.com
Her research interests primarily engage with the music of the 20th century. A portion of her dissertation was recently published under the title “Compositional Spaces in Mario Davidovsky’s Quartettos”, in Form and Process in Music, 1300-2014: An Analytic Sampler (Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing)
- Music Theory III
- Form and Analysis
- Composition Seminar
- Music Technology I / Intro to Music Composition