Assistant Professor of Music Theory
ABD, Indiana University
M.A., University of British Columbia
B.M., McGill University
Mr. Metz has previously taught keyboard proficiency at the University of British Columbia and form and analysis and aural skills at Indiana University. He currently teaches harmony, solfège, form and analysis, and tonal counterpoint. His dissertation work focuses on issues of temporality and pace in the Adagio genre of Brahms. Other interests include the history of music theory, the partimento tradition, seventeenth- and eighteenth-century keyboard improvisation, and stylistic composition. He has presented at Indiana University, Northwestern University, the Mannes College, and MTSNYS.