Published Work

Classical Voice North America

Natural Ambience: Of Flora, Fauna And Vacant Lots

Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy

Finding Solutions: How the 44th Annual Society for American Music Conference Provides Resources for Institutional Diversification (Reportage Series)


Part I: Three Operas

What does “against the grain” mean, really? Columbia University’s Feminist to the Core provides answers

Germaine Tailleferre: The Effects of Critics and Historians on her Reception

Conference Report: American Women Composer-Pianists, University of New Hampshire, 9/15/17 — 9/16/17

Germaine Tailleferre’s Malicious Men: The Harmful Effects of Tailleferre’s Father and Husbands on her Life and Career

The Columbia Lion

Fifteen Fragments

A Classist Trick for the Halloween Season

Musical Ignition: Hypercube “Brain on Fire”

Norma Delights at Opening Night

The Diva Returns: Renée Fleming’s Der Rosenkavalier

Musical Mentors Collaborative (MMC) Proves Why Music Matters in Our Country

Beethoven’s Fidelio: A Politically Relevant Opera at the Met in Contemporary America

A Columbian Cadence

Werther Shines, A Saxophone Sullies

“You Can’t Play Feldman for the Van Cliburn”

The Columbia Spectator

The Station

Tiny Dorm Concerts: Tiffany Poon

The Great Columbia Stalemate

The Barnard-Columbia-Juilliard Effect

Inside the Head of a Composer

Send Your Musician to the Ivy League

Bringing West to the Western Canon


Program Note Writer for the North Shore Symphony Orchestra