BA, Wellesley; MA, MPhil, PhD, Yale. Piano study with Bruce Symonds and Donald Currier. Recipient, fellowships from Radcliffe Institute, Danforth Foundation, Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute, and National Endowment for the Humanities (University Fellowship; Summer Stipend; NEH Institute). Eisenhart Award for Excellence in Teaching (1991). Member, American Musicological Society (council member, 1987-90; program committee, 1992; board of directors, 1995-96; vice-president, 1999-2000; chair, New York State-St. Lawrence Chapter, 1995-97), American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Early Music America, and Westfield Center for Early Keyboard Studies. Research interests include Haydn, Mozart, 18th-century aesthetics, reception history, and performance practice. Author, Haydn’s Ingenious Jesting with Art: Contexts of Musical Wit and Humor. Articles and reviews in Early Music, The Musical Quarterly, Journal of the American Musicological Society, Journal of Musicology, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Historical Performance, Eighteenth-Century Studies, Proceedings of the International Mozart Congress, Salzburg 1991, Musicology and Difference, Piano Roles, Siren Songs, Haydn-Fest 2002: Joseph Haydn und das Streichquartett, and The Great Tradition and its Legacy: Dramatic and Musical Theater in Austria and Central Europe. Invited guest speaker at Aston Magna, Chamber Music America, Focus on the Piano: Haydn. Advisory board, Eastman Studies in Music. Board of Directors, Mozart Society of America; Westfield Center for Early Keyboard Studies. Faculty member, Hampshire College (1976-77), Smith College (1977-83), Valentine Distinguished Visiting Professor, Amherst College (1995). Eastman (1984-).