Andrew Chung (2013) received his B.A. in music and neuroscience from Wesleyan University, where he studied with Yonatan Malin, Neely Bruce, Alvin Lucier and Jane Alden. His thesis work concerned interrelations between Lewinian transformational analysis and musical interpretation. One area of active research involves relating bodily gesture and musical performance to transformational models, another explores reconciling late counter-reformation polyphony with transformational analysis. Other interests include the post-war avant garde, death metal and critical theory. Andrew’s earliest musical formation was as a pianist. He maintains enthusiastic interests in performing music of the past century and remains (somewhat) active as a collaborative pianist/accompanist.