Courses

Spring 2021 offerings

Scoring for Film and Video Games

Spring 2021–Bilkent University

undergraduate and graduate

(MSC114 Fundamentals of Orchestration)

14 Weeks

Electroacoustic Music Composition

Spring 2021–Bilkent University

no prerequisite

14 Weeks

upcoming offerings (by Fall 2021)

Environmental Sound Design:

Theory and Practical Aspects

graduate and advanced undergraduate

14 Weeks

Studio Band

undergraduate

14 Weeks

Past Courses


Lecturer, Faculty of Music and Performing Arts, Bilkent University

 

Fall 2020

MSC 213 Advanced Orchestration I: Tracing Eco–Cosmopolitanism in 18th

Century Orchestral Timbre

MSC 113 Techniques of Notation and Instrumentation


Composition: Individual Music Studies I

Spring 2020

MSC 214 Advanced Orchestration II: Scoring for Stage, Film, and Games
MSC 114 Fundamentals of Orchestration: Mozart’s Orchestral Technique

in 1778–1781

Composition: Individual Music Studies II

Fall 2019

MSC 213 Advanced Orchestration I
MSC 113 Techniques of Notation and Instrumentation

Composition: Individual Music Studies I

 

Lecturer, Department of Music, Cornell University

 

Fall 2015

 

Music 3103 Musicianship III

 

 

Lecturer, Faculty of Music and Performing Arts, Bilkent University

Spring 2014

MSC 904 Ear Training II
MSC 912 Individual Music Studies: Composition for Non-Majors

Tonal Harmony, Bilkent Music Preparatory High School

Fall 2013

 

MSC 903 Ear Training I
MSC 911 Individual Music Studies: Composition for Non-Majors

Fall 2004 – Spring 2006

 

Individual Music Studies: Classical Guitar for Non-Majors
(advised by Prof. Kursad Terci undergraduate level, no code available due to curriculum revision, equivalent to MSC 911 and 912 Individual Music Studies)

Assistant Conductor, Department of Music, Cornell University

Spring 2016

 

Assistant Conductor for the Cornell Symphony Orchestra

with conductor Kisun Sung, and Graduate Teaching Assistant for Music 3621.

Responsibilities included teaching and conducting orchestral sectionals; orchestral administration, financing, and organization; and management of publicity materials, program notes, and webcasting.

 

 

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Music, Cornell University

Spring 2019

Music 3621, Orchestra with conductor Adrian Slywotzky
Responsibilities included a composition commission, rehearsing, tutoring in subjects of orchestral repertoire, program notes, and webcasting.

Fall 2018

Music 2101, Theory Materials and Techniques 1

with Professor Roger Moseley Subjects included Fuxian Counterpoint and Galant Schemata
(a program in Cornell University Active Learning Initiative)

Spring 2017

Music 2102, Theory Materials and Techniques 2

with Professor Roger Moseley Subjects included Neo-Riemannian Theory
(a program in Cornell University Active Learning Initiative)

Fall 2016

Music 1421, Introduction to Computer Music

with Professor Kevin Ernste
Subjects included practical and theoretical exploration of signal processing, Max MSP, Pure Data, Ableton Live, Reason, Arduino coding, recording, editing, and mixing.

Fall 2015

Music 3101, Tonal Theory III with Professor Roger Moseley
Responsibilities included designing and teaching weekly sections, tutoring, and grading. (a program in Cornell University Active Learning Initiative)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Music and Performing Arts, Bilkent University

Fall 2012 – Fall 2013

Tonal Harmony, with Professor Gokce Altay

(primarily for Bilkent Music Preparatory High School music program, and additional undergraduate level support)
Responsibilities included teaching weekly sections, tutoring, and grading.