Daniel Tompkins

First-year Ph.D. student in Music Theory - FSU; M.M. Music Theory - FSU; M.M. Classical Guitar Performance - Appalachian State University ; B.M. Classical Guitar Performance - Appalachian State University

Research interests: musical spaces, mathematics and music, performance and analysis, meter in post-progressive rock and metal, early music performance practice.

Conference presentations:
“Fretworks: Idiomatic Voice-Leading on the Guitar”
Society for Music Theory - St. Louis, MO
October 31, 2015

“Fretworks: Idiomatic Voice-Leading on the Guitar”
Music Theory Southeast - Greenville, NC
March 27, 2015

“Fretworks: Idiomatic Voice-Leading on the Guitar”
Mathematics and Music Analysis Interest Group
Society for Music Theory - Milwaukee, WI
November 7, 2014

“Fretworks: Idiomatic Voice-Leading on the Guitar”
GAMuT Graduate Student Conference - Denton, TX
September 27, 2014
Won: Best Student Paper Award

“Unsettling Passacaglia: Jewish Modality and Harmonic Antipodes in Shostakovich's Second Piano Trio, Op. 67”
Music Theory Southeast – Boone, NC
April 2013

“Unsettling Passacaglia: Jewish Modality and Harmonic Antipodes in Shostakovich's Second Piano Trio, Op. 67”
College Music Society Mid-Atlantic – Farmville, VA
March 2013
Won: Ruskin Cooper Outstanding Student Paper Award

Other:
I am also an active performer on the guitar, lute, and theorbo. When not making or studying music, I am having fun with my wife and twin daughters.

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