Associate Professor

BMus (Acadia); MMus (Alberta); PhD (Toronto)

As the department's resident musicologist, Dr. Zinck has a wide range of teaching responsibilities encompassing a broad spectrum of historical and theoretical areas: music history from the Middle Ages to modern times, post-tonal theory, Canadian music, advanced topics in music history, form and analysis, film music, musical theatre, and popular music.

Recent Publications

Toward a values-driven model of course design

Exploring social justice, 2009

The music of Harry Freedman

Canadian University Music Review, 2005

[Review of the book Istvan Anhalt: Pathways and memory edited by Robin Elliot and Gordon E. Smith]

Letters in Canada, 2003

Istvan Anhalt

University of Toronto Quarterly, 2002

Harry Somers

Windsor Review, 1996

Research Classification

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