Loretta Terrigno is an Assistant Professor of Music Theory at the Eastman School of Music and has previously taught at The Juilliard School, Hofstra University, Hunter College, Columbia University, and The Mannes College of Music. Her research interests include text-music relationships in 19th– and 20th-century German and English art song, temporality and narrative in music, Schenkerian analysis, and music theory pedagogy. Her publications on temporality in Brahms’s solo songs, source studies of Brahms’s late folksong settings, and performance and analysis in Beethoven’s Piano Sonata Op. 7 appear in Music Theory Online, Music Analysis, Rethinking Brahms, and Music Research Forum. Her book and recording reviews appear in Notes: the Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association, Nineteenth-Century Music Review, and the newsletter of the American Brahms Society. Dr. Terrigno is on the editorial board of The Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy Online and is a board member of the American Brahms Society. From 2016−2022 she served as board member-at-large for the Music Theory Society of New York State. She is a pianist and holds degrees in performance from the Mannes College of Music and a PhD in music theory and musicology from the Graduate Center, City University of New York.