Teaching

At Sussex Evelyn teaches across the undergraduate spectrum through to the MA in Music and Sonic Media, and also supervises at PhD level. In 2016/17 she is teaching on the following modules: Composition (MA Level), Film Music and Audiovisual Project; Film Music After 1950; Music and Site Specific Art; the History and Practice of Electronic Music, and The Rise of Classical Music. In the past she has also taught on the modules Industry Project (3rd Year UG), Music and Society, Creative Music Technology 1 & 2, and has given individual supervisions to students in Advanced Composition and Arrangement and for the Studio Project module.

Before coming to Sussex, Evelyn taught as a visiting lecturer (Summer 2012) at the University of California, Berkeley, where she devised and ran a class in called Film Soundtracks: Audiovisual Analysis. From 2007 - 2010 as a Graduate Student Instructor at Berkeley, she taught on the following courses: Basic Musicianship, Introduction to Music Theory, History of Western Classical Music and Music Now.

Evelyn has also taught as a part time visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster (1994-1997) where she taught Film Music Composition, Sound Studies, Electroacoustic Music and the Avant Garde, and Music and its Audiences. Between 1991-1995 she taught Sampling, Mixing, Effects, Sequencing, Electroacoustic Composition and Sound Editing as a part time visiting lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire.

As a freelance composer, Evelyn had short visiting lecturerships or has run workshops at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Nice (2016), City University (2015), Dartington College of the Arts (2000), The National Film and Television School (1997),  The University of Liverpool (1995) and The Royal Northern College of Music (1994).