Guy Capuzzo

Associate Professor

Music - Music Theory

136 Music Building



Guy Capuzzo (Ph.D., Eastman) is Associate Professor of Music Theory and the author of Elliott Carter's What Next?: Communication, Cooperation, and Separation (University of Rochester Press, 2012). His writings appear in Elliott Carter Studies (Cambridge, 2012), Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy, Music Theory Spectrum, Journal of Music Theory, Music Theory Online, Intégral, Theory and Practice, Tempo, and Guitar Review. Capuzzo's talks include presentations to the Society for Music Theory and invited lectures at Yale University, the University of South Carolina, the University of Minnesota, and Youngstown State University. He serves on the editorial boards of Music Theory Spectrum and Elliott Carter Studies Online. Active as a guitarist, his recent performances include works by Steve Reich (Nagoya Guitars; Electric Counterpoint), Alejandro Rutty (A Future of Tango), and Mark Engebretson (Buddha Machine).