Stephanie Venturino is a Ph.D. candidate in music theory at the Eastman School of Music, where she also received an M.A. in music theory and a B.M. in classical saxophone performance and music theory. Her research focuses on twentieth- and twenty-first-century French music, harmonic dualism, melodic arabesque, and online/hybrid aural skills and music theory teaching in K-12 and university contexts. She has presented her work at regional, national, and international conferences; her single- and co-authored essays are forthcoming in Debussy Studies 2 (Cambridge University Press) and Arabesque without End: Across Music and the Arts (Routledge). A dynamic and innovative teacher, Stephanie has received the University of Rochester’s Educational IT Innovation Grant, Eastman’s TA Prize for Excellence in Teaching, and the Eastman Community Music School’s Jack L. Frank Award for Excellence in Teaching.