Lecturer in Music Theory
Shannon Groskreutz is a Lecturer in Music Theory at Stetson, where she teaches music theory, musical style and analysis, aural training, and functional keyboard courses. She has presented papers at the March 2007 Joint Meeting of the American Musicological Society South Central Chapter, Music Theory Southeast, and the Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast and Caribbean Chapter, in addition to the 24th Annual Music Theory Forum at Florida State held in January 2007. Shannon previously earned two master's degrees in Music Theory and Oboe Performance from Florida State, and a bachelor's degree in Oboe Performance from DePaul University.
- Ph.D. candidate in Music Theory (ABD), The Florida State University, degree expected in Spring 2013
- College Teaching Certificate, The Florida State University, to be awarded upon completion of Ph.D.
- M.M., Music Theory, The Florida State University, 2006
- M.M., Oboe Performance, The Florida State University, 2004
- B.M., Oboe Performance, DePaul University, 2002
- Paradigmatic Analysis
- Musical Meaning and Narrative
- Performance and Analysis
- Music of Francis Poulenc
- Music Theory
- Musical Style and Analysis
- Aural Training
- Functional Keyboard
Research Assistant on the following publications:
- Shaftel, Matthew, "Sonata Form, Dramatic Subtext, and Musical Irony in the Trio from Le Nozze di Figaro." In Keys to the Drama: Nine Perspectives on Sonata Forms, edited by Gordon Sly. (London: Ashgate Press, 2007).
- Shaftel, Matthew, primary author, with Christopher Swanson as collaborator, "The Problem with Beautiful Singing." College Music Symposium, Vol. 47 (2007).
- "Spiral Form: Reconceptualizing Thematic Returns in Developing Variation" by Shannon Groskreutz and Crystal Peebles (SMT-CSW mentor—Joseph N. Straus)
- March 2007: The Joint Meeting of the American Musicological Society South Central Chapter, Music Theory Southeast, and the Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast and Caribbean Chapter, University of Georgia, Athens
- January 2007: The 24th Annual Music Theory Forum, Florida State University
Music Theory and Aural Training