Dr. Darin Hoskisson, Associate Professor of Music, Music Theory, Co-Graduate Coordinator
Darin Hoskisson, Associate Professor of Music, joined the music department at Texas A&M University-Kingsville in 2006.
He completed his Ph.D. in Music Theory at the University of Oregon where he wrote his dissertation, “The Grundgestalt and Network Transformations in the Late Choral Works of Anton Webern.” He was also the recipient of the University of Oregon’s “Outstanding Graduate Scholar in Music” award in 2006. He received his Master’s Degree in Music Theory from Louisiana State University. His thesis there focused on Brahms’s Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 34. He also received a Bachelor’s Degree in Bassoon Performance from Idaho State University.
Darin has presented papers at several Regional SMT conferences. At the 2005 Texas Society for Music Theory conference held in Denton Texas, his paper on Webern’s “Das Augenlicht” was awarded the “Colvin Award” for the outstanding student presentation at the conference.
His dissertation was also recently nominated by the University of Oregon School of Music to be considered for the 2007 Council of Graduate Schools/University Microfilms International Dissertation Award. His current research interests continue to be Webern’s 12-tone music as well as music from the other Second Viennese School composers. He is also working on 19th Century music from Sweden, specifically the symphonies of Franz Berwald.
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This page was last updated on: August 24, 2014