Patricia Julien is a Professor of Music at the University of Vermont, where she teaches courses in music theory, jazz composition and arranging, and jazz history. Before arriving at UVM, Ms. Julien taught at Skidmore College, George Washington University, and University of Maryland, College Park. She has presented her continuing research at the national conference of the Society for Music Theory, at regional New York State and New England SMT meetings, and, by invitation, at the Sorbonne in Paris, France, and various U.S. universities.
Memorable performances: Ms. Julien has appeared in concert at Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and The Kennedy Center. Concert tours with Persian singer Dariush have included the eastern United States, Canada, and Europe. While living in New York City, she performed frequently at Birdland, The Knitting Factory, The New Music Cafe, CBGBs, and The 55 Bar, and has worked with such artists as Ari Hoenig, Ron Elliston, Atilla Engin, and Kenny Wessel.
Patricia Julien in the news:
- 3/19/18, "Professor of Music Patricia Julien presents spring Dean's Lecture"
- 2/15/18, "Among the Hidden by Prof. Patricia Julien released on Navona Records"
- 11/11/15: Patricia Julien composes music for UVM's production of Marat/Sade, Seven Days
- 2/28/15: "Caligula in Song," Vermont Quarterly
- 9/26/05: "A Teacher's Rhythm", The View