Professor Dimitri Shapovalov is a choir director, scholar, pianist, composer and educator. He teaches music history, aural skills, and musicology-related topics.
Prof. Shapovalov’s professional interests include musicology, piano performance and composition. As a musicologist, he is a published author and translator on topics connected with Russian culture at the turn of the 20th century. His choral compositions have received premieres from the Carthage Chapel Choir, the Cornell University Chorus, the Northwestern Women’s Chorus, and the Sapphire Consort Group in Minneapolis, Minn. He also leads the Kenosha Choral Arts Society.
Prof. Shapovalov earned his Ph.D. and M.A. from Cornell University, and his B.A. from the University of Minnesota. He joined the Carthage music faculty in 2005.
Professor Dimitri Shapovalov is a choir director, scholar, pianist, composer and educator. He teaches courses in exploring music, music history, and musicianship skills.
Associate Professor of Music
- Ph.D., M.A. — Cornell University
- B.A. — University of Minnesota
- MUS 0020 Chapel Choir
- MUS 0150 Private Piano
- MUS 0160 Keyboard Skills for Music Majors/Minors
- MUS 1150 Exploring Music
- MUS 1160 Musicianship Skills in Context
- MUS 3050 Music History I
- MUS 3060 Music History II
- MUS 3070 Music History III
- MUS 400T Topics in Music History: Romanticism