My research areas include temporality and narrative in the twelve-tone work of Luigi Dallapiccola; gender and narrative (especially relating to synesthesia and nature) in the piano works of Amy Beach; and inclusivity in music theory pedagogy.

Available online:

Amy Beach the Synesthete: Nature, Color, and Compositional Identity

Preparing Music Theory Students for the Big Exam: Strategies for Building Learning-Centered Study Guides

And read about Female Composer Friday over on my blog!

This is the introductory/summary video for the paper "'Where Everything Is Silent': Time, Memory, and Fate in Dallapiccola's Il prigioniero (1948)" by Dr. Sabrina Clarke. The essay is part of the seminar "Time in Opera" at the 2018 National Meeting of the American Musicological Society and the Society for Music History.