Guez holds a Ph.D. from Yale University (2015). His dissertation, “Schubert’s Recapitulation Scripts,” was co-advised by Patrick McCreless and James Hepokoski. His primary research interest centers on issues of musical form, in Schubert and others, and a publication is forthcoming in the edited volume Schubert: Unsuspecting Dramatist. He is also interested in the music of Wagner. He has presented original research at peer-reviewed regional, national, and international conferences and at invited guest lectures. His publications have appeared in the Journal of Schenkerian Studies and Music Analysis.
Guez has participated in graduate-student workshops devoted to Sonata Theory, operatic form, and new ontologies of music. He has served on the editorial board of Indiana Theory Review. He has served on the program committee (and chaired sessions) at two iterations of the Yale Graduate Music Symposium. And he has served on the program committee for the 2015 meeting of the New England Conference of Music Theorists.
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