"Tradition and Trust in (Music) Education." Panelist and Presenter at the Fall Faculty Conference. Regis University, Denver, CO, 5 October, 2012.
"Essential Graces: Ornamenting Baroque Music." Lecture and Demonstration at the American Recorder Society Festival and Conference ("The Recorder: Past, Present and Future"), Reed College, Portland, OR 7 July 2012.
"New Paths for Teaching the Recorder." Session Moderator at the American Recorder Society Festival and Conference ("The Recorder: Past, Present and Future"), Reed College, Portland, OR 7 July 2012.
"Leading a Group: Recorder Orchestras, Collegia and Consorts." Session Moderator at the American Recorder Society Festival and Conference, University of St. Louis, MO, 1 August 2009.
"The Art of Dying." Session Chair for the annual meeting of the American Musicological Society, Quebec City, Quebec, November 2, 2007.
"Between Fantazy and Aire: The 'Active Braine' of William
Lawes." Performance/Lecture presented at the Fortieth Annual Conclave of
the Viola da Gamba Society of
"The Dances and Aires of William Lawes (1602-1645): Context and
Style." 3 Vols. Doctoral Dissertation,
"Thematic Transformation and Other Abstract Tendencies: Decoding an
Early-Seventeenth Century Autograph Manuscript by William Lawes (c.
1635-38)." Paper read at the annual meeting of the Society for
Seventeenth-Century Music held at
"The Aire in William Lawes's Five- and Six-Part Consort Setts: A
Comparison and Analysis." Selected for presentation at
the William Lawes Conference and Festival, 22-24 September 1995,
"Handel's Opus I Solo Sonatas." Paper/performance presented at the Colorado Recorder Festival,
"Erick Katz: His Early Years in
"Student Evaluations of College Music Professors: Differences Between Professors With a Background and Without a
Background In Music Education." Paper presented at the 51st Annual Colorado
Music Educators Association (CMEA), Broadmoor Hotel,
"Rock in the
"Aspects of Mixing Popular Music: The Relationship of Electronic
Music Technology to Acoustics and the Physical and Psychological Properties of
the Auditory System." Paper read at the International New Music Seminar,