Musicology: Conferences

SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • May 2017, “Eighteenth-century real-time composition: Meeting the composer’s expectations.” Paper presentation at the 2017 Musicking Conference, Eugene, OR
  • April 2017, Guest Speaker, Sigma Delta Pi (National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society), Annual Conference on Latin Music and Dance, Lubbock, TX
  • October 2016, “The Blues: Going Medieval on your Assumptions.” Paper presentation at the International Conference on the Blues, Cleveland, MS
  • February 2016, “Baroque Sister Act: Sacred Parodies in the Educational Outreach of the Ursuline Nuns in Eighteenth-century New Orleans.” Paper presentation at the seventh biennial conference, Society for Eighteenth-Century Music, Austin, TX
  • February 2016, “Latin American Music in the Willamette Valley: A Different Type of Oregon Trail.” Paper presentation at the Society for Ethnomusicology, Northwest Chapter, Eugene, OR
  • February 2015, “Baroque Sister Act: Music in the Educational Outreach of the Ursuline Nuns in Eighteenth-century New Orleans.” Paper presentation at the Western Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies conference: “Race, Gender, and Empire in the Long Eighteenth Century,” San Luis Obispo, CA
  • November 2012, “A New World Order: The Ursulines and Music from the Court of Louis XIV in Eighteenth-Century New Orleans.” Paper presented at the American Musicological Society, New Orleans, LA
  • March 2012, “Baroque and Far From Home: The Sun King in New Orleans.” Paper presented at the Society for American Music, Charlotte, NC
  • October 2010, “The Spanish Catholic Music Tradition in New Mexico.” Paper presented at the American Musicological Society Southwest Chapter meeting, Lubbock, TX
  • April 2010, “The New World’s New Practice: Who Discovered Whom?” Presentation at the University of Oregon’s Inaugural Graduate Research Forum
  • September 1995, “Medieval Rhetoric in Baroque Music: A Rhetorical Analysis of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Sonata in b for obbligato harpsichord and transverse flute, BWV 1030.” Paper presented at the 20th International Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies Conference, Villanova University, Philadelphia, PA
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