Field-Of-Study: Music Research
Will Crutchfield has been involved for many years in the study and performance of Italian opera, first as a coach and accompanist, later as a writer of scholarly and journalistic articles, and since 1995 as the conductor of a repertory embracing nearly seventy operas by Handel, Gluck, Mozart, Rossini, Donizetti, Bellini, and Verdi. The line
Philip V. Bohlman is the Mary Werkman Distinguished Service Professor of Music and the Humanities at the University of Chicago, and Honorarprofessor at the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover, Germany. His research and teaching range widely across many fields, with particular emphasis on the intersections of music and religion, race, and empire. An
Jonathan Pieslak (b. 1974, Wilmington, Delaware) teaches music at The City College of New York and the Graduate Center, CUNY. A graduate of Davidson College (B.A., 1996) and the University of Michigan (M.M. 1999, M.M. 2002, Ph.D. 2003), Jonathan has published work in the top music journals on topics including critical theory, popular and metal
Simon Morrison is Professor of Music History at Princeton University, where he earned his Ph.D. in musicology. He specializes in Russian music, with broader interests in the twentieth century that encompass French music, early Modernism, opera, film music, and dance. A leading authority on composer Sergey Prokofiev, Morrison has conducted extensive archival research in St.
Alexander Rehding is Fanny Peabody Professor of Music at Harvard University. A native of Hamburg, Germany, he received his Ph.D. in 1999 from Cambridge University. He held postdoctoral research fellowships at Emmanuel College Cambridge, the Penn Humanities Forum, and Society of Fellows at Princeton before joining the Music Department at Harvard University in 2003. In