Christopher Segall, Assistant Professor, is a music theorist specializing in twentieth-century Russian music (especially the music of Schnittke, Shostakovich and Taneyev), Russian music theory, neo-Riemannian theory and popular music studies. His articles appear in the Journal of Musicology and Theory and Practice. He has presented several papers at national and regional conferences. In 2009 he received the Patricia Carpenter Emerging Scholar Award from the Music Theory Society of New York State.
A native of Toronto, Ontario, Segall studied at the Royal Conservatory of Music, where he earned the ARCT in piano performance (First Class Honors with Distinction). He holds degrees in music theory from the University of Toronto and the City University of New York Graduate Center. Before coming to Cincinnati, he taught at the University of Alabama and the City College of New York.
For a full listing of publications and presentations, visit Professor Segall’s personal site: http://homepages.uc.edu/~segallcr.