Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
I am committed to the regular and sustained performance of works by underrepresented composers, especially women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ composers. This is reflected in my publications, conference presentations, and concert programming.
“Cracking Open the Conducting Closet: Shared Experiences among Queer Conductors.” Book chapter in Perspectives on Conducting. Dublin, Ireland: Routledge Professional Texts. (In progress)
"Progress, Not Perfection: DEI in School Orchestra Programs." Published in the Journals of the Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, and Oklahoma Music Educators Association.
“Historically Underrepresented Composers, Part Two: Music by Minority Composers to be Performed by Socially Distanced Ensembles.” Published in the CODA Journal, Vol. XIV.
“Historically Underrepresented Composers: An Examination of Music by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Emma Lou Diemer.” Published in the CODA Journal, Vol. XIII.
Price, Florence. Adoration, Transcribed for Strings. Published via JW Pepper.
“Progress, Not Perfection: DEI in Student Orchestra Programs.” Presented at the Texas, Illinois, Indiana, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Oregon Music Educators Association Conferences.
“Cracking Open the Conducting Closet: Shared Experiences among Queer Conductors.” Presented at the International Conductors Guild and College Orchestra Directors Association Conferences (Upcoming).
“Occupational Segregation: Shared Experiences among Queer Conductors.” Presented at the Diverse Pathways to the Podium International Conference.
College Orchestra Directors Association, DEI Committee, Chair
League of American Orchestras, LGBTQIA+ Affinity Group
OSU Faculty Council Diversity Committee