Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Gentileschi Self-Portrait: A Musical Consideration

A week ago today, several colleagues and I performed a lunchtime concert at the Wadsworth Atheneum in downtown Hartford.

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Notes on a Manuscript Fragment

Several months ago, wandering through the large Antique Flea Market in Brimfield, Massachusetts, I came across a surprise. Sitting on the ground, leaning against an old clothes trunk out in the sun…

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When You’re Accustomed To Privilege, Equality Feels Like Oppression

I’ve never been punched in the face. Not in an actual fight, at least. I’m not much of a fighter, I suppose… More of an “arguer.” I don’t think I’m “…

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