Trevor de Clercq, Assistant Professor of Music Theory, History, and Composition
• Ph.D. in Music Theory (2012), Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester; Dissertation title: "Sections and Successions in Successful Songs: A Prototype Approach to Form in Rock Music"
• M.A. in Music Theory (2008), Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester; Robert L. and Mary L. Sproull University Fellowship
• A.A.S. in Electronics Engineering (2004), Cleveland Institute of Electronics
• M.M. in Music Technology (2000), New York University; Stephen F. Temmer Tonmeister sequence; thesis title: "A More Realistic View of Mid/Side Sterephony"
• B.A. in Music Theory and Composition (1996), Cornell University; cum laude in music composition with Distinction in All Subjects; composition studies with Profs. Steven Stuck and Roberto Sierra