Where am I? Autumn 2019

Want to hear me speak about my research, read my poetry, or attend an opera for which I’m the librettist? Here’s my schedule–so far–for late 2019.

21 August: “Medievalism, Myth, and Music for The Lion in Winter,” Representations of Early Music on Stage and Screen conference, Birmingham City University. I’ll be participating via Skype, and my session begins at 8 am Central. I’ll also share it to Humanities Commons CORE afterwards.

25 September: “Shakespeare, Madness, and Music” public lecture at Sun Prairie Public Library, Sun Prairie, WI. 6:30 pm in the Community Room.

26 September: “Shakespeare, Madness, and Music” public lecture at Black Earth Public Library, Black Earth, WI. 6:30 pm, location TBD.

11-13 October: Houston Poetry Fest. Open to all. I’ll be reading 2-3 poems, probably on Saturday, 12 October. More details as they emerge.

18 and 19 October: Texas Music Library Association meeting at Rice University in Houston. I’ll be there regardless of whether I present; feel free to ask about my recent work on Melody magazine, undertaken with the assistance of a Music Library Association Dena Epstein award.

31 October: Premiere of The Harbingers, an a capella opera a libretto by me and music by composer Rosśa Crean. 7:30 pm, Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago.

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