Les Black, associate professor, music theory. Ph.D., Yale University; B.A., University of Western Ontario. Formerly on the faculty of McGill University, and the University of Missouri. Presenter at the Society for Music Theory, the Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth International Jean Sibelius Conferences (Helsinki, Denton, Oxford and Hämeenlinna), the International Nordic Musicological Conference, the College Music Society, the Canadian University Music Society, the Music Theory Society of New York State, and the American Mozart Society. Contributor to Studies in Music (University of Western Ontario), the Report for the Third International Jean Sibelius Conference, Sibelius in the Old and New World: Aspects of His Music, Its Interpretation, and Reception, and Jean Sibelius's Legacy: Research on his 150th Anniversary.
Associate Professor and Chair Graduate Program, Music Theory, History Composition
School: School of Music
Office: 2213 Whalen Center for Music
Speciality: Music Theory