Chatham’s own, Assistant Professor of Music, Michael Boyd Awarded Feta Prize in Sound Art 2016
Dr. Boyd, Assistant Professor of Music, has been awarded the Feta Prize in Sound Art for 2016. Click on the link to read more about Dr. Boyd’s work.
Boyd is a composer, scholar, and experimental improviser who holds graduate degrees from the University of Maryland (DMA, composition) and SUNY Stony Brook (MA, music theory and history). His music has been performed throughout the United States and abroad in a variety of large and small venues. Boyd has published articles in Notes, Tempo, and Perspectives of New Music as well as reviews in American Music, Computer Music Journal and Popular Music and Society. He previously taught at the Peabody Conservatory of Music, the University of Maryland, the University of Maryland Baltimore County, Towson University, Frederick Community College, and SUNY Stony Brook. (https://www.chatham.edu/music/facultydetails)