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Dr. Teresa Marie Connors, PhD

Part-Time Faculty Intermedia Studies, Communication Studies
Part-Time Faculty Electroacoustic Composition, Music
Part-Time Faculty Film Sound, Cinema

Dr. Teresa Marie Connors, PhD
Dr. Teresa Marie Connors


Teresa is active in many aspects of creative practice as an acoustic/electroacoustic composer, installation artist, creative coder, opera singer and film scorer. Originally from Newfoundland, Canada, Teresa’s works have received awards and support from the Canada Council for the Arts, British Columbia Arts Council, Bravo Fact and have presented at international conferences, film festivals and galleries, and have published in leading journals.

Teresa studied music composition and opera singing at Dalhousie University and the Banff Center for the Arts, and completed her PhD practice-based research at the University of Waikato (2017), New Zealand.

Her current research as an Associate Researcher with the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation expands her exploration in nonlinear creative systems and the use of environmental data as a co-creative device for public engagement audiovisual artworks.

Teresa is currently teaching at Concordia University in the Music Department, Communications Department, and Cinema, as well as previously lectured in creative coding and creative practice at Waikato University, NZ (2014–2016) and instructed singing, piano, guitar and composition at the White Rock School of Music and Dance in BC, Canada (1999–2004).  

Teaching activities

Concordia University

Communications Department:
Intermedia COMS374

Music Department:
Electroacoutic Composition Seminar EAST 406,
Electroacoutic Composition Seminar EAST 407,
Theory & MIDIstration I EAST 211,
Electroacoustic Composition EAST 305

Cinema Department:
Sound I FMPR 340

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