Vasilis Kallis received his PhD in Music Theory and Analysis from the University of Nottingham. Currently, he holds the position of Professor of Music Theory and Analysis at the University of Nicosia. His research interests include methods of pitch organization in early twentieth-century music, non-diatonic modes, popular music (particularly rock music), form and formenlehre, and Alexander Scriabin. He has published in internationally renowned journals such as Music Analysis, Music Theory Online, and Rivista di analisi e teoria musicale. He is a co-editor of Perspectives on Scriabin (Boydell & Brewer, expected in 2021), and of Volume 3 of the peer-reviewed journal Mousikos Logos (Greece). Kallis has also contributed four articles to the entry ‘Cyprus’ in the Grove Music Online as well as a chapter on art composition in Cyprus in Music in Cyprus (Ashgate Publishing, 2015).