CHRIS STOVER

Chris Stover is an Assistant Professor at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, where he teaches Music Theory, Composition, and World Music and coordinates the Music Theory curriculum. He received his PhD in Music Theory and DMA in Trombone Performance from the University of Washington, and holds an MA in Music Theory from the Eastman School of Music. Chris has presented papers at the national conferences of the Society for Music Theory and American Musicological Society, the Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference, the Third International Conference on Music and Minimalism, the Congress for Research on Dance, and numerous regional conferences. His work has been been published by Cambridge Scholars Press, Latin American Music Review, and Music Theory Online, and he has forthcoming publications in Music Theory Spectrum and Theory and Performance. Chris is an editor for Analytical Approaches to World Music, and formerly served as managing editor of Perspectives of New Music. He is also a highly active performer and composer, in New York City and internationally. Information on upcoming activities, recordings, and more can be found at www.morezero.com.

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