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Music
Faculty & Staff
Fred Frith Fred Frith
Professor, Music

At Mills since 1999

Office: Music 275
Phone: 510.430.2142
Email: frith@mills.edu
More about Fred Frith
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Faculty Office Hours
Days Time Room
 W
and
11:30-1:00
by appointment
MUS 275


Fall 2017 Schedule
Days Time Description Room
M 06:45PM-09:15PM MUS 26/126
Music Improvisation Ensemble I
MUS 202
T 06:45PM-09:15PM MUS 242
Music Improv Ensemble II
MUS 202
TBA TBA MUS 160
Practicum
TBA
TBA TBA MUS 250
Thesis for Master's Degree
TBA
TBA TBA MUS 260
Practicum
TBA


Education

  • MA, English Literature, Christ's College, Cambridge University, England, 1974
  • BA, English Literature, Christ's College, Cambridge University, England, 1970
Courses Taught
  • MUS 026/126/226: Music Improvisation Ensemble I
  • MUS 121: Film Music: Mood and Meaning
  • MUS 160/260: Practicum
  • MUS 210: Selected Issues in Contemporary Performance and Improvisation
  • MUS 242: Music Improvisation Ensemble II
  • MUS 250: Thesis
  • MUS 291: Composition Seminar
Professional Interests

Composition and songwriting; the performance of both composed and improvised music; collaboration in the fields of theater, dance and film; improvisation pedagogy

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Center for Contemporary Music

Musicnow: Concert Series/Songlines

The Pond: Online Radio

Go To: Graduate Music

Contact Information

P: 510.430.2171
F: 510.430.3228
E: music@mills.edu

Last Updated: 6/8/17