sarah weaver : composer

 
 

Teaching


COLLEGE COURSES
Sarah Weaver is available to teach College Courses as a Professor and as an Artist in Residence. 

Recent College Courses Taught: "Telematic Music Seminar" and "Deep Listening" as Artist in Residence at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy NY, "NYU Global Telematic Music Ensemble" at New York University in New York/Abu Dhabi/Florence, "Sound Design" and "Elements of Music" at Stony Brook University (State University of New York), and "Composition Lessons" as Artist in Residence at Silpakorn University Bangkok.


WORKSHOPS AND MASTERCLASSES
Sarah Weaver is available to teach Workshops and Masterclasses in composition, improvisation, conducting, telematic music, network music, and Deep Listening. 

Masterclasses involve a concert of Weaver's work followed by guiding the works of students present.

Workshops are offered on a variety of special interest topics such as experimental music composition and improvisation, music notation, conducting systems for large ensembles, telematic music, cross-cultural collaboration, and Deep Listening - the practice of composer Pauline Oliveros.

Workshops and Masterclasses are given by Weaver for advanced students, college students, and professionals at universities and arts venues internationally. Recent engagements include events in New York, California, New Mexico, Michigan, Toronto, Cork, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, and New Zealand.


PRIVATE LESSONS
Sarah Weaver is available to teach private lessons in composition, improvisation, conducting, acoustic piano, electronic keyboards and synthesizers, computer music, and Deep Listening. Lessons are offered for all ages and ability levels. Ongoing lessons are available in New York City and online. Single lessons and sets of special project lessons can be arranged in various locations during tour travels and online. Contact for more information.


PRESENTATIONS
Sarah Weaver is available to give presentations on current and past projects, compositions, and events. Presentations include text, audiovisual components, and question/answer sessions. 

Presentations are for universities, libraries, and arts venues internationally. Recent engagements include events at Harvard University, Stony Brook University, University of California San Diego, New York University in New York and Abu Dhabi, Stanford University, Kuala Lumpur Experimental Film Video and Music Festival, International Society for Improvised Music, International Conference on Audio Display, and United Nations Headquarters.