Full Professor, part-time
Composition & Theory
DMA in Composition, University of Arizona; MM in Composition/Theory, Carnegie Mellon University; B Mus. in Composition/Theory, Southern Methodist University. Aaron Mobley is a composer/ pianist and the Head of Music Studies at Berkeley City College in addition to his role as faculty and author in musicology/ theory with the American Culture and Ideas Initiative at the Fred Fox School of Music, University of Arizona. Recipient of several distinguishing awards including an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship in the Arts, a National Endowment for the Humanities grant, and a software research associate’s award in the Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science. Dr. Mobley’s electro-acoustic compositions appear on the Architects & Heroes | A Digital Art Collective label and have been featured in concert, film, dance, and art installations.