Janet Levy Fund for Independent Scholars: Recipients
This grant was inaugurated in 2005 to support professional travel and research expenses for independent scholars who are members of the American Musicological Society. See the award guidelines for full details.
to support participation in the Seventeenth Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music, summer 2016
Kendra Preston Leonard
to support the project ""Music for the Cinematic Supernatural in the Era of Spiritualism"
to support the project "Orchestrating Public Opinion: How Music Works in Television Political Ads for U.S. Presidential Campaigns"
to support the project "Her Way in Music: Anneliese Landau’s Musical Journey from Weimar Germany and Hitler’s Reich to Émigré California"
to support the project "Integrating the Violoncello Music of Angelo Maria Fioré with Early Performance Practice"
to support research in Buenos Aires for his biography of Arturo Toxcanini
for work on the book project tentatively titled “A Collective Songprint: Communal Singing in American Culture”
for the book project “Schoenberg’s Writings on Aesthetics and Interpretation in Performance”
travel to Rome to present research at the meeting of the International Musicological Society.
“Vittoria Tarquini and Italian Opera at the Turn of the 18th Century”
“A Sympathetic Friend: Frank Lloyd Wright and Musical Practice in American Architecture”
for travel to Washington D.C. to work on the book project “Agnes de Mille on Broadway”
travel to South Africa for the project "Music and Anti-Apartheid in South Africa: Nelson Mandela and Robben Island"
Purchasing microfilms of sources of late seventeenth-century Russian music and theater
travel to Germany for the book Project: "Music in the Jewish Community in Germany, 1945–1989"
travel to Israel for the project “Nationalism, Orientalism, and Folklorism in Jewish-Israeli Art Music, 1940-2000”
travel to Belgium for the project “Database of British ‘Magazine Music’ in the Eighteenth-Century Popular Press”
Travel to Ghent for the project "Succentors and Choirboys in the Churches of Bruges and Ghent, 1475-1525"
Travel funds to deliver papers at meetings of the Italian Musicological Society and the Renaissance Society of America
Travel to Budapest to work on an edition of the complete source catalogue of Bartók's folksong settings
Travel to New York to do research on "Agnes De Mille on Broadway"
Travel to the AMS meeting to present her paper, "The Politics of Entertainment: Allied Music in the Proms"
|2006||Colleen R. Baade
Nuns' music and nun musicians in early modern Toledo
|2005|| Melania Bucciarelli
Work for Vivaldi and Opera in Venice, 1700-1740