- D.M., Doctor of Music, Indiana University, 2013
- M.A., Master of Arts, Indiana University, 2010
- M.M., Master of Music, Indiana University, 2009
- A.B., Vassar College, 2005
Gabriel Lubell is adjunct lecturer in music in general studies at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. He is also a composer, music theorist, and astronomer.
Lubell’s research focuses on issues of sound, space, and experience, with a particular interest in how music albums operate as complete artistic works. He is currently developing a book on this topic and has presented papers about albums by the Beatles and Pink Floyd in print and at international conferences.
His own music frequently draws on his background as a scientist, designed to both inform and arouse curiosity about the mysteries of the world, big and small.
Lubell earned a doctorate in music composition from the Jacobs School of Music, a master’s degree in astronomy from IU, and an undergraduate degree from Vassar College.
In addition to the Jacobs School of Music, he has also held teaching positions at Knox, Macalester, and Kenyon colleges.