Dr Chris Dromey joined Middlesex University in 2005, having previously taught at the Open University, the Royal Opera House, King's College London and Birkbeck College, University of London. His principal areas of expertise are music in the twentieth- and twenty-first centuries, music theory and analysis, and the classical music industry.
Author of The Pierrot Ensembles: Chronicle and Catalogue, 1912-2012, Chris has also published on Benjamin Britten, Alexander Zemlinsky and Peter Maxwell Davies, and is currently co-editing a volume for Routledge on The Classical Music Industry.
Dromey, Christopher (2016) Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot lunaire: man, music, legacy. In: Post-interval talk, introducing the Octandre Ensemble's performance of Pierrot lunaire, 10 October 2016, Little Missenden Festival. (Accepted/In press)
Dromey, Christopher (2017) A century (and a bit) of Pierrot Ensembles: perspectives on Barcelona, London and São Paulo. In: Musical Modernism and the Commedia dell'arte, June 2017, City, University of London, United Kingdom. (Accepted/In press)