Office: Room 400a Hunter North
Professor Coppola specializes in music of the nineteenth century and her interests include genre studies, musical borrowing, and the overlap of scholarly and performance issues. Her work has been published in 19th-Century Music, The Journal of the Society for Textual Scholarship, and Teaching Music. She has presented research papers at national and international conferences (the American Bach Society, the International Interdisciplinary Conference of the Society for Textual Scholarship), as well as at chapter meetings of the American Musicological Society. In addition to the Ph.D. in historical musicology (City University of New York), Prof. Coppola earned the M.M. in piano performance from the Manhattan School of Music, where her major teacher was Seymour Lipkin. With Lucy Morganstern, she performs duo repertoire for piano and violin.