Marie Rolf

Marie Rolf

Senior Associate Dean of Graduate Studies

Professor of Music Theory





BM, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music; PhD, Eastman. Recipient, Mellon fellowship, National Endowment for the Humanities grant, and ACLS grants. Publications in Rethinking Debussy, Berlioz and Debussy: Sources, Contexts and Legacies, Debussy and His World, Debussy Studies, Haydn Studies, Cahiers Debussy, Mozart Jahrbuch, Music Theory Spectrum, The Musical Quarterly, 19th-Century Music, MLA Notes, Perspectives on Music, Intégral, and New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians; Critical Edition of C. Debussy’s La Mer; Reconstruction of W.A. Mozart’sConcert Rondo for Horn, KV 371; Facsimile Edition of C. Debussy’s Les Papillons; papers delivered at international, national, and regional professional meetings and schools of music. Member, editorial board,Œuvres complètes de Claude Debussy (1982–present). Participant in development and grading of GRE in music and chief faculty consultant for AP Music Test (1991-96). Numerous solo and chamber music recitals. Member, SMT (executive board, 1992–95; publications committee, 1989–93; Nominations Committee, 2000–02), American Musicological Society (council member, 1985–88), Music Theory Society of New York State (Program Committee Chair, 1996; Board of Directors, 1987–89), Phi Beta Kappa (president, 1997–98; executive board, 1995–2000), and Pi Kappa Lambda. Executive Board Member, The Midori Foundation (1994–1999); Trustee, The Robert Lehman Foundation (2004–present); Visiting Committee, the Music Department of the Pierpont Morgan Library (2005–present). Faculty member, Indiana University (1976–78), Eastman (1978–present).