Timothy Urban

Music Theory

Dr. Timothy Urban holds graduate degrees in voice and recorder performance (SUNY Binghamton), early music performance practice (Sarah Lawrence College), and music theory and history (Rutgers University) and a doctorate in musicology from Rutgers University. He received a Fulbright scholarship for study at the Kodály Institute in Kecskemét, Hungary and a D.A.A.D. Fellowship for study at Leipzig University. His research interests include music of the Italian seicento, Hungarian folk music, and aural skills pedagogy. He has been a guest lecturer at Baptist University, Hong Kong, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan, and the University of San Diego, California. He was guest conductor of Conjunto de Musica Antiga, Universidad de Niteroi, Brazil and has performed in both chamber and solo recitals in Hungary, Brazil, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Dr. Urban also teaches classes in advanced sight-singing.