Tekhnee is an exploratory workshop in the field of classical music performance. Its artistic and pedagogic projects serve as research platforms at the intersection of performance studies, analytic music theory, and digital prototyping. Tekhnee is privately held and sprouted in Aalto University’s innovation center in Finland.


    Announcement: Pilot workshop in Schenkerian Analysis for Non-Theorists in December 2020

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    Tekhnee and the Instrumental Music Education and Research (IMER) Laboratory at European University Cyprus are organizing an introductory workshop on prolongational (Schenkerian) analysis. Music teachers and instrumental pedagogues are particularly encouraged to apply.

    The workshop is a double pilot test of original pedagogic material and our online teaching platform, which is currently under development. Participation is free of charge. All participants will be kindly asked to fill out a feedback form upon completion.

    Schedule: Two (2) online meetings of 75 minutes each will take place in early December. Exact dates to be determined on the basis of the participants' common availability.

    Participants will be asked to complete a modest online assignment (less than 1hr) between the two meetings.

    Places are limited. An online application form will be announced on this page by October 20th

    Instructor: Dr. Yannis Rammos (rammos@tekhnee.org).

    Announcement: New Schenkerian Analysis seminar (Spring 2021)

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    Fees: The seminar is offered free of charge to selected participants as part of a pedagogic field study.

    Schedule: 10 weekly online meetings of 75 minutes each. Places are limited. Announcements will be circulated via Twitter (#SchenkerSeminar), the Tekhnee email list, SMT Discuss, and other academic and professional forums.

    Inquiries: Dr. Yannis Rammos (rammos@tekhnee.org).