Stefanie Bilidas

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Assistant Instructor in Theory

Stefanie Bilidas is a PhD candidate in music theory and assistant instructor at the University of Texas at Austin. She received her master’s in music theory from Michigan State University in 2019. Her primary research focuses on the intersection of timbre and genre in popular music. She also researches rhythm tap dance improvisation, examining how movement informs perspectives of rhythm, meter, and form. She has presented her research on popular music and
dance across the United States and Canada. In her free time, she is a tap dancer, Scottish Highland Dancer and dog mom to two corgis.

MUS 612
Structure in Tonal Music

Contact Information

Campus location
MRH 3.724

Teaching Areas



Master of Music
Michigan State University

Bachelor of Music Education
Michigan State University