Evan Antonellis was born in New England and was trained as a pianist and composer. He obtained his doctorate in composition from Manhattan School of Music, where he received the Helen Cohn award for outstanding achievement. He is currently a Visiting Professor of Theory at Ohio University, having previously taught theory at Manhattan School of Music for four years. He also teaches at the Young Musicians Program at the University of California, Berkeley. He has lectured on his music at Manhattan School of Music, Columbia University, and Janáček Conservatory in the Czech Republic. As a composer, Dr. Antonellis has been the recipient of numerous prizes and awards, including a BMI award for his piano work「詠/twelve future(s)」. In 2013, he will be attending the Tanglewood Music Center as a fellow in composition. Also, Dr. Antonellis has received the honorable mention for the Brian M. Israel Prize three times, and he has been a finalist for the ASCAP Morton Gould Awards twice. He has been invited to the MacDowell Colony and the Ostrava Days Music Festival, and his compositions have been performed in Germany, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and the United States, and he has participated in master classes with Rebecca Saunders, Christian Wolff, Bernhard Lang, Tristan Murail, Dawn Upshaw, Frederic Rzewski, and Richard Danielpour, and worked with the conductors Jeffrey Milarsky and David Gilbert. His primary composition teachers have been Andy Vores, Dr. Dalit Warshaw, Dr. Nils Vigeland, and Dr. Reiko Fueting.
Freshman Ear Training - MUS 1030
Sophomore Theory - MUS 2010
Graduate Theory Review - MUS 5000/5001
HTC Tutoring Program