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Associate Professor of Music Theory
Office: 2039 Moore
Aleksandra Vojcic earned a bachelors and a masters in piano from The Juilliard School, the Ph.D. in music theory from the Graduate Center, CUNY. Her doctoral dissertation is entitled, Rhythm as Form: Rhythmic Hierarchy in Later Twentieth-Century Piano Repertoire. She is a former faculty member at Juilliard and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Ms. Vojcic has been a piano soloist with the Belgrade Philharmonic, the National Repertory Orchestra, New Juilliard Ensemble, Colby Symphony Orchestra, Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, and the Josip Slavenski String Orchestra. New York venues have included Steinway Hall, Kosciuszko Foundation, Alice Tully Hall, and MoMa Summergarden. She has presented lectures and papers in the UK, Lithuania, Austria, and the United States and chaired a session at the Music Theory Society of New York State in 2005. Her recordings include Heavenly Lullabies with the trio D'Divaz. Vojcic was featured in an award-winning Swiss documentary Yugodivas. She has appeared in broadcasts on WNYC, KAJX, PGP RTB.
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