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My lectures are often about xenharmonic music theory, because it can be interpreted many different ways, and there are many different ways to approach it in composition. I am mainly concerned with what the word "xenharmonic" means for different people because of varying expectations, and with trying to figure out usable non-12-equal structures for musical use. 

Places I have lectured:

<> Pärnu, Estonia (2021-virtual, 2022)
<> Ball State University in Muncie (Comp Seminar, SCI Student National, Student Symposium, Honors Expo)

<> Western Washington University in Bellingham (MAF 2018)
<> University of North Carolina in Charlotte (CNMF 2017)
<> Circle Pines Lake in Michigan (UnTwelve 2016)
<> Kennedy Library in Muncie

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