J. Corey Knoll
Instructor of Music Theory, Technology, and Composition
Ph.D. Louisiana State University
M.M. Bowling Green State University
B.F.A. Marshall University
J. Corey Knoll (http://jcoreyknoll.com) currently teaches music theory, history, technology, and composition at Southern University A&M in Baton Rouge, LA. He completed a Ph. D. in music composition at Louisiana State University and also holds degrees from Bowling Green State University and Marshall University. He has had works performed at many music festivals including the International Review of Composers in Belgrade, Serbia; Society for Electro-acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS); the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC); the International Tuba Euphonium Conference (ITEC); and the European Composer’s forum in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Knoll’s interests lie in pitch hierarchy and scale theory. Also interested in the live performance of electroacoustic music, he is a member of the digital ensembles the Three Computers (3cs) and the Cool Van, and is a former member of the Laptop Orchestra of Louisiana (LoLs). He also teaches music fundamentals and composition to community children and adults at Grace Notes Music Studio in Baton Rouge, LA.