College Lecturers and Directors of Music
Lecturer at St Anne's and St Hilda's Colleges
Research interests in Medieval and Renaissance music, history of musical institutions, social and political contexts, and Reformation studies.
Director of Studies and Lecturer in Music, University College; Lecturer, Worcester College
Analysis and editing of medieval liturgy and plainchant; contemporary liturgical theology; the theology of music in worship
Stipendiary Lecturer in Music at St Hugh’s College, Organizing Tutor in Music at Exeter College (University of Oxford)
Lecturer in Music, Lady Margaret Hall
Departmental Lecturer in Ethnomusicology
Psychology of performance, time and timing in contemporary performance, jazz studies, creativity studies, improvisation, and musical entrainment.
Lecturer at Pembroke College
Composer and pianist. Research interests in the late-19th and 20th centuries, especially French and Polish music.
Director of Performance and Performance Studies
Fellow and Director of Studies - Keble College
Research interests in composition, Roman liturgy and plainchant, improvisation.
Lecturer and Director of Studies in Music, St Peter's College
Music and the First World War; music and propaganda; music and propaganda; early twentieth-century French music; cultural history
Organist, Director of Music and Lecturer, Merton College
Research interests in contemporary choral music.
Betts Fellow in Organ Studies; Lecturer and College Advisor in Music, Corpus Christi; and Director of Chapel Music, Wadham College.
Lecturer and Director of Studies in Music at Hertford and Somerville Colleges; Lecturer at Christ Church
Research interests in minimalism, musical postmodernism and critical theory.
Musicologist with primary research interests in music for moving-image media, particularly video games. Additional research interests include performativity, critical theory, music in popular culture and music and identity.
Director of Music, St Anne's College
Conductor and composer. Musical Director, Ensemble ISIS. Research interests include the history of orchestration, the history of conducting, orchestral performance post-1750, and the performance of new music.
Director of College Music, St Hilda's College
Conductor, orchestrator, composer and musicologist.
Informator Choristarum, Organist & Tutorial Fellow, Magdalen College
Techniques of composition & keyboard skills, choral studies, performance practice. Artistic Director of the William Byrd Festival.