Dr. Theodore Hansen
Theory & Composition and Music History
Compositions published by See-Saw Music Corporations, New York, and by Dorn Publications, Medfield, MA. Premiere performances in Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, by the Phoenix Symphony and the Tulsa Philharmonic Orchestra, and on National Educational Television. Textbook on 20th Century Aural Perception published by University of Press of America. Member, ASCAP. Former faculty member, Arizona State University, University of Tulsa, and former Director, School of Music, University of Tulsa, and former Dean, St. Louis Conservatory of Music. Professor of music, DMA, University of Arizona; M.M. Arizona State University; BM, University of Colorado. Studied composition with Cecil Effinger, Robert McBride, George Crumb, Ronald LoPresti, and Grant Fletcher. Recipient of eleven consecutive ASCAP Standard Panel awards, and cited for “excellence in Music” by the Texas House of Representatives in resolution #131 dated September 24, 2003. Recent album in jazz piano released, 2002. Dr. Hansen was designated a Texas A&M Regents Professor on December 4, 2008.