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Ph.D. Musicology      The University of Chicago   2005

M.A. Musicology        The University of Chicago   2000

B.A. Musicology and General Studies, cum laude,  The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1997


Israeli Scientific Fund – three-year research grant (2013-2015)

Associate member of CeTHiS (Centre Tourangeau d'Histoire et d'études des Sources, François Rabelais University, Tours, France (2011-present)

Alon Fellowship (granted in 2010)

Israeli Scientific Fund – three-year research grant (2009-2011)

Le Studium (CNRS, France) – one-year research grant (2009-2010)

Post-doctoral fellowship at the Hebrew University (Hebrew University and Misrad Haklita), 2006-2008

Post-doctoral fellowship: Yad Hanadiv, Rothschild Fund, 2005-2007
Selected for Whiting Dissertation Year Fellowship, The University of Chicago, 2004-05

Wadmond Research Fund, Department of Music, The University of Chicago, 2004

Medieval Academy of America Dissertation Grant, 2004

Alvin H. Johnson American Musicological Society 50 Dissertation-Year Fellowship ("AMS 50"), 2004-05

Pauline Kaschins Fellowship, The University of Chicago, 2003

Annette Kade Fellowship in French or German Studies in the Middle Ages or Renaissance. Center for Renaissance Studies, The Newberry Library, 2001-02

Music Department Alumni Fund, The University of Chicago, 2000

Roger Weiss Early Music Fund, The University of Chicago, 2000

Bourse de stage, Research Stipend in the Humanities, Government of France, 2000

Martha Friedberg Fellowship, The University of Chicago, 1999

Graduate Tuition and Living Stipend, The University of Chicago, 1997-2001

Undergraduate Tuition Award, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1995-1997

Dean’s List, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1996, 1997


Music and liturgy at the French saintes-chapelles
The confluence of music and ritual in the medieval Church
Romantic and post-romantic opera and lieder
Aspects of gender and nationalism in popular music
The paleography of liturgical manuscripts from the Middle Ages


President - The University of Chicago Alumni Club in Israel

Webmaster - web-site of the Hebrew University, Department of Musicology, 2006-present

Webmaster – web-site of the Israel Musicological Society, 2008-2011

Coordinator of the University of Chicagos Medieval Studies Workshop, 2003-2004

Coordinator of "Crafting History for the Present: Uses of the Past in the Middle Ages." Conference held at The University of
Chicago and Loyola University, Chicago, in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Illinois Medieval Association, February 2000

President of the Graduate Music Society, University of Chicago, 1999-2000

Vice-president of the Graduate Music Society, University of Chicago, 1998-1999


For two years, co-led weekly, informal singing sessions at the University of Chicago, Department of Music, devoted to early music repertories (medieval through Renaissance).

In collaboration with the Rose Ensemble of the Twin Cities, Minnesota, a series of concerts featuring music researched in my dissertation took place in Minneapolis and Duluth during November 2004, and in the cities of Tours and Candes, France, in November 2005.

Participated in the Collegium Musicum Director’s Workshop, held in conjunction with the Early Music Festival in Madison, Wisconsin.  July 2004.



Fluent in French and Hebrew.  Good reading and speaking knowledge of Italian and Portuguese.  Reading knowledge of German and Latin.