John A. Graham
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John A. Graham lectures and teaches regularly on topics relating to the history and revival of Georgian sacred music, and gives practical workshops on Georgian folk and sacred music. He is currently writing a Ph.D. dissertation titled, Sacred Polyphony: the Transcription and Transmission of Georgian Liturgical Chant

Teaching Experience:

  • Lead Instructor, "Georgian Chant in Practice, 5-day Practicum," a workshop in singing Georgian chant given at the Fourth International Conference on Orthodox Church Music, Joensuu Theological Center, Joensuu, Finland
  • Director and Founder, research and teach repertory to the Princeton Georgian Choirs, founded 2006
  • Guest Lecturer, "Comparative Polyphonies from Africa to Taiwan," Music 224, Music of Africa, Professor Kofi Agawu, 2009
  • Teaching Assistant, Music 103, Survey of Music from Chant to Stravinsky, Professor Simon Morrison, Princeton University, 2007
  • Senior Faculty, teaching two courses in Music Theory, and Religious Ethics, Exploration High School Academic Program, Yale University, 2002-2003
  • Teaching Assistant, Music 445 Wesleyan Singers, Professor Neely Bruce, Wesleyan University (2002-2003)

 

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