Daniel J. DiCenso, Ph.D. | Gregorian Chant

Daniel J. DiCenso is Assistant Professor of Music at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, where he recently completed a term as Coordinator of Medieval & Renaissance Studies.  Dr. DiCenso is a specialist in Medieval liturgy, with a particular interest in the history of Gregorian chant during the eighth and ninth centuries.  He enjoys teaching courses on Medieval music and Gregorian chant alongside other courses on common practice music and contemporary popular music, including pop music, hip-hop and rock.

During the 2013-2014 academic year, Dr. DiCenso will be a Fellow in Residence at the Yale Insitute of Sacred Music, where he will work to complete a new edition of the earliest sources of Gregorian chant for the mass.  Following his appointment at Yale, Dr. DiCenso will take up research in Brussels, generously funded by a fellowship from the Belgian American Educational Foundation.

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