Associate Professor; Chair, Music

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

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

An interview with Harry Somers

Windsor Review, 1996

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