Mitchell Morris
Emeritus, Musicology

Professor; Musicology

Mitchell Morris taught at UCSD and McGill University before coming to UCLA in 1997. Among his many specialties are: Music, Gender, and Sexuality; Opera Studies; Music at the last fin-de-siecle; Russian and Soviet Music; American popular song; Ecomusicology; Film and TV Music. He is a co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of the American Musical and the author of The Persistence of Sentiment: Display and Feeling in Popular Music of the 1970s. A frequent collaborator with the Los Angeles Opera, he is also an active working librettist with premieres in the U.S. and Mexico.

UCLA Faculty and Opera Alumnus Share in LA Opera's Double Grammy Win
LA Opera’s 2015 production of┬ácomposer┬áJohn Corigliano and librettist William M. Hoffman’s “The Ghosts of Versailles” won Grammys for opera recording and engineered classical album. The former went to a team
Holley Replogle-Wong
Lecturer in Musicology, Program Director of CMH
Nick DePinna
Adjunct Assistant Professor--Musicianship
Thomas Hodgson
Assistant Professor of Musicology, Music Industry (Music and Data, Global Music Industry)
Elizabeth Randell Upton
Associate Professor of Musicology and Humanities
Jessica Schwartz
Associate Professor of Musicology, Music Industry (Punk and DIY)
Catherine Provenzano
Assistant Professor of Musicology, Music Industry (Critical and Contemporary Perspectives on Music Technology)
Joy Calico
Professor and Vice Chair of Musicology, Director of Graduate Studies
Robert Fink
Chair of Music Industry Program, Professor of Musicology and Humanities (Music Theory, Analysis of Popular Music, Internships and Industry Partnerships)
Nina Eidsheim
Professor of Musicology and Humanities Founder and Director of UCLA PEER Lab
David MacFadyen
PROFESSOR OF MUSICOLOGY, MUSIC INDUSTRY, AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
Cesar Favila
Associate Professor
Mark Kligman
Professor of Musicology, Ethnomusicology, and Humanities; Mickey Katz Chair of Jewish Music; Director of Lowell Milken Center for Music of American Jewish Experience
Raymond Knapp
Chair of Musicology, Distinguished Professor of Musicology and Humanities, Director of UCLA Center for Musical Humanities (CMH)
Tiffany Naiman
Director of Undergraduate Programs, Music Industry; Instructor, Music Industry & Musicology (Critical Perspectives, Capstone Sequence, History of Popular Music)

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