Dr. Michael Broder
DM, Florida State University
Adjunct Professor, Music Theory
Office: AH 119
Dr. Michael Broder teaches freshman Music Theory at Florida Atlantic University. As an active composer, he writes music with narrative shapes that seek dramatic goals. His compositions have been performed on various festival programs and tours in New York state, Pennsylvania, and throughout the southeast by artists such as the Mana Saxophone Quartet, Singularity, and composer-percussionist Jamie Wind Whitmarsh. His studies include work with Leonard V. Ball, Clifton Callender, Adrian P. Childs, John Corina, and Ladislav Kubík. He holds degrees of D.M. and M.M. in Theory and Composition from Florida State University and B.Mus. in Composition from the University of Georgia.