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JULIANA MADRONE, Ph.D.

(720) 226-7193 | jm@julianamadrone.com

EDUCATION

University of Colorado, Boulder / 2013
Ph.D. in Musicology
“Polity, Place, and Identity in Swedish Music and Art 1890-1910;”
Dissertation advisor: Dr. Carlo Caballero
Examination field: European Instrumental Music 1848-1944
Participant in Graduate Teaching Program

Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon / 2003
B.A. in Philosophy
Overseas Program: Romania, Spring 2001, and London, Spring 2002


TEACHING

Instructor, “Musicology: Modern Music” / Spring 2012
University of Denver, Lamont School of Music
Responsible for curriculum, lectures, grading, and overseeing TAs

Instructor, “Music Appreciation” / Summer 2011
University of Colorado, Boulder
Co-designed the curriculum and lectures for a new approach to the course
Co-wrote innovative content for the text
Text posted on “Topics in Music History” pages of website www.themeandvariations.org
Collaborated with Colorado Music Festival performances

Instructor, “Music Appreciation” Fall 2010 / Spring 2011
University of Colorado, Boulder
Responsible for curriculum, lectures, grading, and overseeing TAs

Teaching Assistant, “Music History: Classic to Twentieth Century” / Spring 2008, 2010
University of Colorado, Boulder
Responsible for guest lecturing, grading, and leading breakout sections

Teaching Assistant, “Music History: Ancient to Baroque” / Fall 2009
University of Colorado, Boulder
Responsible for guest lecturing and grading


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Journal of the American Musicological Society / 2008-2009
Editorial Assistant to the Review Editor, Dr. Carlo Caballero
Responsible for fact-checking reviews and bibliographic information


AWARDS/MEMBERSHIPS

Best Student Paper – Annual meeting of the Pacific Northwest chapter of AMS / 2013
Utile Dulci: Constructing a Swedish Identity”

College Music Society / 2013-present

Pi Kappa Lambda member / 2012-present
Elected to Alpha Tau chapter

Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies / 2012-present

Deborah Hayes Award / 2010
Given for outstanding work in musicology, University of Colorado

American Musicological Society / 2007-present


RESEARCH: PUBLICATIONS & ORAL PAPERS

Utile Dulci: A Swedish Identity in Music and Art,” paper read at the Yale Conference on Baltic and Scandinavian Studies, a joint conference of the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies and the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies organized by Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 13-15 March 2014.

Utile Dulci: Constructing a Swedish Identity,” paper to be read at the annual Pacific Northwest Regional Conference of the College Music Society, Missoula, Montana, 11-12 April 2014.

Utile Dulci: Constructing a Swedish Identity,” paper read at the annual meeting of the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the American Musicological Society, Eugene, Oregon, 13 April 2013.

Instructor PowerPoints for Essential Listening to Music, by Craig Wright, 1st edition. Cengage Learning: 2013.

Co-authored “Topics in Music History” at www.ThemeAndVariations.org

Co-authored Supplement Customized for the University of Colorado at Boulder to Listening to Music by Craig Wright, 6th edition. Cengage Learning: 2010 and 2011.


LANGUAGES

Swedish, in progress
French, advanced
German, reading knowledge
Romanian, conversational


PERFORMANCE EXPERIENCE

Montana State University Cello Ensemble 1998-2000, 2006
Europe Tour: Italy, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria 2000
China Tour: Beijing, Xi’an 2006

Founder of Harmonium Quartet 2000-2003
Lewis & Clark College