My name is Timothy Diovanni and I am a musician and musicology student at Columbia University. I write a music column for The Columbia Lion and program notes for The North Shore Symphony Orchestra. In the past I have written for The Eye, the magazine of The Columbia Spectator (as a music critic and as the Arts Editor).
I am currently working on a project analyzing the reception of Franz Schubert in Paris in the 1830s and 1840s. In the past, I have researched and written on Germaine Tailleferre, who was neglected by music critics and historians. If not in the music library, I can be found in the cluttered writing classroom adjacent to Dodge 404 — practicing scales and long tones, always in search of the perfect reed.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweeted @howeyehearit.