Article: “Revivals Go ‘Round and ‘Round” in EMAg, The Magazine of Early Music America Vol. 29 No. 3; September 2023 pp50-51

Article: “A Mystery Instrument of Old New England” in EMAg, The Magazine of Early Music America Vol. 29 No. 2; May 2023 pp18-23

Article: “Making Art and the Fight for Freedom: Bayard Rustin, a luminary in the Civil Rights movement, performed and recorded early music in the 1950s and 1960s and collected historical instruments at the dawn of New York’s early-music revival” in EMAg, The Magazine of Early Music America Vol. 28 No. 3; September 2022 pp24-29

Article: “Minimalism and the Post-War Early Music Revival” in Exploring the Performance Practices of Early and New Music. Edited by Rebecca Cypess, Estelí Gomez, and Rachael Lansang. Routledge 2023.

Article: “Bach, the Viola da Gamba, and Temperament in the Early Eighteenth Century” in
BACH: Journal of the Riemenscheider Bach Institute 53 (2022) pp260-300

Article: “Viols to Virginia in EMAg, The Magazine of Early Music America, Vol. 26 No. 2; May 2020, https://www.earlymusicamerica.org/emag-issue/the-modern-world-of-early-brass/

Article: “The Viola da Gamba in Eighteenth-Century Virginia and Maryland: New and Reconsidered Evidence” in the Journal of the Viola da Gamba Society of America, Vol LI (2019–2020) [Link to my recordings of the first known works for viola da gamba discovered in the British colonies]

Lecture and performance on the James River Music Book hosted by Early Music America: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UVBAPvy3P8

Lecture and performance on 18th-century chamber music in Virginia from Thomas Jefferson’s music room at Monticello: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kMgCE4AwNo

Article: “John Farmer’s Sundry Waies (1591), the English Origin of Michael Maier’s ‘Alchemical Fugues’“ in Furnace and Fugue: A Digital Edition of Michael Maier’s Atalanta fugiens (1618) with Scholarly Commentary, Eds., Tara Nummedal and Donna Bilak. https://www.upress.virginia.edu/content/furnace-and-fugue

Essay: “Stop Making Sense: Rap Lyrics and the Economy of Intelligibility” International Association for the Study of Popular Music, August 2013

Dissertation (2011): ”Equal to All Alike’-A Cultural History of the Viol Consort in England c.1550-1675”

Reviews

Concert review: “Seeking Sonic Unity” San Francisco Classical Voice

Concert review: “A Window into Music of California Missions” San Francisco Classical Voice,

Book review: “Boccherini’s body: An essay in carnal musicology by Le Guin, Elisabeth” Early Music America 13.4 (2007): 52

Album review with Jascha Hoffman: “Ratatat,” Pitchfork Media