Imani Mosley (Ph.D. musicology, 2019) contributes to NYT's "5 Minutes That Will Make You Love the Violin"

Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Mosley shares one of her favorite violin pieces alongside suggestions from Hilary Hahn, John Adams, André Rieu and others.
Imani Mosley

In The New York Times Music blog on Sept. 2, Mosley explains her choice of Vaughan Williams’s “The Lark Ascending” as a favorite violin showcase piece. Read Mosley's submission and listen to "The Lark Ascending" (David Nolan, violin; Vernon Handley conducting London Philharmonic Orchestra).

Mosley, a Britten scholar, is Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Florida. She was recently interviewed in an episode of the From the Red House podcast with Lucy Walker. The podcast is a production of The Red House, Benjamin Britten's and Peter Pears' home in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, which is maintained by Britten Pears Arts. In the episode "Talking about Britten in America," Mosley discusses musical, cultural and political topics surrounding Britten and his legacy.