In the summer of 2013, I developed and taught a course for non-majors at Northwestern University, The Beatles and the Rolling Stones.  The course adopted a comparative approach to the two bands, looking at both musical details and larger historical context: melodies, chord progressions, instrumentation, lyrics, styles of singing and playing, live performances, production, and marketing.  I taught the class again in the summers of 2014 and 2016.

Syllabus (2013)
Course readings (2013)
Course Facebook page

Courses taught at North Park University:
Music Theory I
Fundamentals of Music I
Fundamentals of Music II
Aural Skills I
Aural Skills II
Medieval & Renaissance Music
Independent Study in Advanced Analysis and Renaissance Counterpoint
Applied Theory/Sight-Singing Tutorial (for master’s students)

Additional courses taught at Northwestern University:
Freshman Music Theory (2016-2017)
Sophomore Music Theory (2011-2013; 2017-2018)
Sophomore Aural Skills (2008-2011; 2013-2014; 2016-2019)
Freshman Aural Skills (2006-2008; 2013, 2018-2019)
Orchestration (as a substitute for seven weeks; Winter and Spring 2014)
Composition (as a substitute for seven weeks; Winter and Spring 2014)

Courses taught at DePaul College Prep:
Music Theory

Courses taught at the Music Institute of Chicago:
Introduction to Musicianship
Musicianship I
Musicianship II
Musicianship III
Adult Musicianship

Private teaching: 
Composition, orchestration, music theory, aural skills, beginning piano