Working at the intersection of art and business, I have investigated the history of maintenance and disruption at the New York Philharmonic since its inception in 1842, structural and relational perspectives of power, and art programs of the Canadian Pacific Railway in the late 19th century. A recent contribution, “Craft, magic and the re-enchantment of the world” (Suddaby, Ganzin, & Minkus, 2017), explores an alternate view of the hyper-rationalized and disenchanted world of neo-institutionalism.
October 2021 | Chapter submitted for review, Revolutionary and master: Beethoven’s reception and reflection at the New York Philharmonic (1842-1892); for the monograph “Beethoven the European: Politics, Reception, Interpretation” (part of the series “Speculum Musicae”), edited by William Kinderman and Malcolm Miller, published by Brepols.
December 2020 | Paper presentation, Revolutionary and master: Beethoven’s reception and reflection at the New York Philharmonic, at “Beethoven the European. International Virtual Conference” (organized by Centro Studi Opera Omnia Luigi Boccherini, Lucca, in collaboration with Ad Parnassum, a Journal of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Instrumental Music).