Tiffany Naiman
Director of Undergraduate Programs, Music Industry; Instructor, Music Industry & Musicology (Critical Perspectives, Capstone Sequence, History of Popular Music); Music Industry, Musicology

Tiffany Naiman is the Director of Music Industry Programs and an Assistant Teaching Professor at UCLA’s Herb Alpert School of Music, as well as a lecturer in the Musicology department. She is a scholar of popular music, temporality, and disability studies. She currently serves as co-chair of the LGBTQ Study Group of the American Musicological Society. Tiffany has developed specialization as a David Bowie scholar and her work is published in Blackstar Rising, Purple Rain (Duke University Press, 2024), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music Video Analysis (Bloomsbury, 2019), David Bowie: Critical Perspectives (Routledge, 2015), and Enchanting David Bowie: Space/Time/Body/Memory (Bloomsbury, 2015).

Tiffany is also a DJ and electronic musician performing under the moniker NeonGray; the experimental film and music Senior Programmer for Outfest Los Angeles; manager of musical artist Cusses; creator of a multiplicity of club nights and one-off musical events in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Philadelphia; and an award-winning documentary film producer. Tiffany serves on the boards of FEMME HOUSE, The 100 Percenters, and Theatre Exile.

David MacFadyen
PROFESSOR OF MUSICOLOGY, MUSIC INDUSTRY, AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
Amy Kathryn Kuney
Lecturer in Music Industry (Songwriting)
Catherine Gregory
Lecturer in Music, Music Industry (Artistic Citizenship and Community Engagement), Director of the Gluck Fellowship Program
Monica Chieffo
Lecturer in Music Industry (Influence and Data Mining)
Natasha Pasternak
Lecturer in Music Industry (Songwriting, Touring, Songwriter’s Workshop)
Don Franzen
Adjunct Professor of Music (Music and Law, Forensic Musicology)
Judith Finell
Adjunct Professor in Musicology (Forensic Musicology)
Lauren A. Spalding
Lecturer in Music Industry (Music and Activism, Artist Management)
Justin Paul
Lecturer in Music Industry
Allison Wolfe
Lecturer in Music Industry (Music Journalism, Audio Storytelling)
Robert Beamer
Lecturer in Music Industry (Finance and Accounting)
Lee John
Lecturer in Music Industry (Rock/Pop Ensemble)
Catherine Provenzano
Assistant Professor of Musicology, Music Industry (Critical and Contemporary Perspectives on Music Technology)
Mark Tramo
Adjunct Associate Professor of Neuroscience (Music, Mind, and Brain)
Dae Bogan
Lecturer in Music Industry (Entrepreneurship)
Bobby Borg
Lecturer in Music Industry (Industry Fundamentals)
Kathryn Frazier
Lecturer in Music Industry
Lauren Kop
Lecturer in Music Industry (Digital Production and Beat Design)
Stig Edgren
Lecturer in Music Industry (Concerts and Live Events)
Tony Brancato
Guest Lecturer in Music Industry (Influence and Data Mining)
Jessica Schwartz
Associate Professor of Musicology, Music Industry (Punk and DIY)
David Leaf
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Musicology, Music Industry (Music Documentary, Songwriters)
Jason Feinberg
Lecturer in Music Industry (Digital Marketing and Promotion)
Robert Fink
Chair of Music Industry Program, Professor of Musicology and Humanities (Music Theory, Analysis of Popular Music, Internships and Industry Partnerships)
Adam Moseley
Lecturer in Music Industry (Studio Production)
Jeffery Jampol
Lecturer in Music Industry (Artist Management and Promotion)
Thomas Hodgson
Assistant Professor of Musicology, Music Industry (Music and Data, Global Music Industry)
Hans Fjellestad
Lecturer in Music Industry (Music Supervision)
Jonathan Beard
Lecturer - Electronic Music, Audio Engineering

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