Philip Chang
Teaching Associate Professor, Music Theory

Philip Chang began his music theory studies at Florida State University and earned his doctorate in the field at the Eastman School of Music. His principal instrument is the harpsichord, and his instructors include Karyl Louwenaar and Arthur Haas. He has co-edited two issues of Intégral, the music theory journal published by Eastman graduate music theory students, and has also published articles in Indiana Theory Reviewand Pi Kappa Phi Forum. Currently he is interested in music theory pedagogy, issues of rhythm and meter in French baroque unmeasured harpsichord preludes, and popular music, especially mashups.