Ms Lucia Camacho Acevedo

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2020-2019: MU1110 Music Theory and Analysis (Teaching and Marking Assistant)

2021-2020: MU1111 Fundamentals of Music Theory (Teaching and Marking Assistant)

2021-2020: MU1110 Music Theory and Analysis (Teaching and Marking Assistant)

Research interests

I am currently researching and writing about ‘musical texture’: what it is, how and why this concept came about, why it matters. In my PhD thesis, I document and respond to twentieth-century theories of ‘musical texture’ and ‘counterpoint’. I show points of connection between these theories, studies in auditory and visual stream segregation, and twentieth-century and contemporary discourse on music-dance relations. With reference to music by Stravinsky, Berg and Bartók, I also rethink available analytical frameworks and vocabulary.

I have particular interests in the history of music theory, choreomusicology, and the links between music, music theory, technology, science and philosophy. In 2020, I received an AHRC fellowship to carry out research at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Educational background

2018-2017: MMus in Advanced Musical Studies, Royal Holloway, University of London

2015-2012: BA Music, University of Oxford

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