“In Review: Frequency Festival,” National Sawdust Log, March 10, 2020.
“The controversial 1959 film that could only have been made in Hyde Park,” The University of Chicago Magazine, Winter 2020
“Pod Wave,” Symphony Magazine, Winter 2020 issue
“Earth Sounds: The Didgeridoo Stirs Controversy at the Bang on a Can Summer Festival,” New Sounds, August 8, 2019
“‘Become Ocean’ will wash over Miami Beach,” Miami Herald, December 3, 2015.
An incomplete author page is available here. Selected clips:
“Behind Terezín’s Walls, the Sound of Resistance,” April 29, 2019.
“11 New Local Ensembles You Should Know,” March 13, 2019.
“Cuban Pianist Frank Fernández on His U.S. Debut, Revolution, and Reconciliation,” August 16, 2015 (first interview with American journalist).
“How One Man Built the Great American Orchestra,” July 2, 2015.
Episode 668: Disco & Seymour Stein, Sound Opinions, September 14, 2018 (produced Seymour Stein feature).
“How Political Clout and Union Power Created Chicago’s Lead Water Problem,” September 15, 2018 (research and reporting credit).
“The ‘Crème de la Phlegm’: Hairy Who and the Chicago Imagists,” Art & Design in Chicago, October 2018.
“A Wall to Call Home: Justine DeVan and Black Women Emerging,” Art & Design in Chicago, October 2018.
“From Silao to Chicago: The Jesús Torres Story,” Art & Design in Chicago, October 2018.
“A Collective Vision: 30 Years of Artemisia,” Art & Design in Chicago, October 2018.
“Chicago On the Aisle: Claudia Cassidy’s Music Criticism and Legacy,” Chicago Studies Journal, 2018.
“Discriminating Ears: Critical Receptions of Blackness in the Music of George Gershwin and William Grant Still,” Nota Bene, Vol. 11: Iss. 1, 2018.
New York Philharmonic
I worked for the New York Philharmonic Archives the summer before its 2017–2018 season (which included the orchestra’s 175th anniversary as well as Leonard Bernstein centenary celebrations) and wrote “The History in This Program” features in subscription and film series program books. Program text has not been archived online, but the books themselves can be accessed electronically via the Leon Levy Digital Archives.