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Davidson College: Jane Cain For thirty-five years, Jane Dimmock Cain has held the post of Director of Music at Davidson College Presbyterian Church, in a small college town near Charlotte,…

ARTEK Gwendolyn Toth I came to New York City in the early 1980s after studying harpsichord and organ with Ton Koopman in Amsterdam, fresh from the vibrant European early music…

From Outside the Window By Louise Mundinger This year we celebrate Libby Larsen as our 2014 Distinguished Composer. As we in the Boston New Music Committee were making our long…

Betty Olivero By Louise Mundinger “It used to be that at 4 AM you could stand on the hills around Jerusalem and hear church bells, Jews at the Wailing Wall…

A Perfect Match: Medicine and Music From ancient times, people understood the powerful connection between science and music. In the medieval university, mathematics and astronomy were studied along with music…

Oatlands Sketches In 1985, while I was living in the Washington, D.C., area and teaching at the University of Virginia, celebrated organist and composer Emma Lou Diemer approached me about…

Composer Rachel Laurin   I identify myself in life as an organist and composer. Since 2006, I have been “House Composer” at Wayne Leupold Editions. Being part of “Leupold’s Family”…