Tamara Levitz
Professor

Tamara Levitz is a musicologist from Montréal, Canada who currently holds a position as Professor of Comparative Literature at UCLA in Los Angeles, California. She has published widely on musical modernism in Germany, Cuba, Senegal, and France in the 1920s and 30s. Combining extensive archival research with acute critical interpretation, Levitz explores in her work the artistic intentions, complex motivations, sexual and gender identifications, and intricate social relations of musicians, composers, critics, ethnographers, performers, and audiences involved in historical events of musical performance.

Much of her work has focused on renowned artists, including Ferruccio Busoni, John Cage, Igor Stravinsky, and André Gide. She recently completed the monograph Modernist Mysteries: Perséphone (Oxford, 2012), in which she presents a microhistorical analysis of the premiere by Ida Rubinstein of André Gide’s and Igor Stravinsky’s melodrama Perséphone on 30 April 1934.

Levitz is currently the scholar in residence for the Bard Festival on “Stravinsky and His World,” and is editing a volume of the same name to be published by Princeton University Press to coincide with the festival in August 2013.

Catherine Provenzano
Assistant Professor - Musicology and Music Industry (Critical and Contemporary Perspectives on Music Technology)
Nick DePinna
Adjunct Assistant Professor - Musicianship
Raymond Knapp
Distinguished Professor - Musicology and Humanities, Director of UCLA Center for Musical Humanities
Tiffany Naiman
Instructor - Music Industry & Musicology (Critical Perspectives, Capstone Sequence, History of Popular Music), Director of Undergraduate Programs in Music Industry
Jessica Schwartz
Associate Professor - Musicology and Music Industry (Punk and DIY)
Mitchell Morris
Professor Emeritus - Musicology
Nina Eidsheim
Professor of Musicology, Founder and Director of UCLA PEER Lab
Joy H. Calico
Professor and Chair of Musicology, Director of Graduate Studies
Jenny Olivia Johnson
Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Associate Professor - Musicology
Holley Replogle-Wong
Lecturer in Musicology, Program Director of CMH
Thomas Hodgson
Assistant Professor - Musicology and Music Industry (Music and Data, Global Music Industry)
Elizabeth Randell Upton
Associate Professor - Musicology and Humanities
David MacFadyen
Professor and Chair of Music Industry, Professor - Musicology and Comparative Literature
Robert Fink
Associate Dean for Academics, Professor - Music Industry, Musicology and Humanities (Music Theory, Analysis of Popular Music, Internships and Industry Partnerships)
Cesar Favila
Associate Professor - Musicology, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Mark Kligman
Mickey Katz Chair of Jewish Music and Professor - Musicology, Ethnomusicology, and Humanities, Director of Lowell Milken Center for Music of American Jewish Experience

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