Tunde Jegede is an in-demand lecturer who's original and diverse views bring new and engaging perspectives to the subject of Western Music Theory and his pioneering work in the development of African Classical Music as an important idiom.

He has lead and run lectures at a number of national and international universities and academic institutions. The list includes:

Year Venue Subject
2005 St. Augustine College, Trinidad African Classical Music
2004 University of Pittsburgh African Art Music and Composition
2003 Churchill College, Cambridge African Art music and Composition
2002 Metropolitan University, Manchester Repercussions of African Music in its Diaspora
2002 St. Augustine College, Trinidad Repercussions of African Music in its Diaspora
2001 Purcell School of Music Composition and Creative Musicianship
2000 University of Manchester African Classical Music
1999 Whitechapel Art Gallery The role and scope of the Artist 21st Century
1999 University of Bath Repercussions of African Music in its Diaspora
1998 Goldsmith's College, Uni. of London African Art Music and Composition
1997 Bretton Hall, Leeds Repercussions of African Music in its Diaspora
1997 Birkbeck College, Uni. of London A comparative study of Western and African Classical Music
1996 Reading University African Classical Music
1996 Institute of Education/UEL Cultural genealogy and a bi-racial identity
1995 Cork University African Classical Music
1995 Trinity College, Dublin African Classical Music