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Officers

Suzanne G. Cusick, President
Steven R. Swayne, President Elect
Judy Tsou, Vice President
James Ladewig, Treasurer
Michael C. Tusa, Secretary

 


Directors-at-Large

Douglas Shadle, Council Secretary

Executive Director


AMS Council

Steve Swayne, Secretary 8/'15-7/'19

Steve Swayne, Secretary 8/17-7/19

Douglas Shadle, Secretary 8/19-7/21


Members at-Large


Chapter Members


Student Members

Term 8/18-7/20

Allegheny: Stephanie Ruozzo
Capital: Meghan Walsh
Greater New York: vacant
Mid-Atlantic: Emma Barnaby
Midwest: Owen Hubbard
New England: Catherine Slowik
NY State-St. Lawrence: April Pauline Morris
Northern California: Tysen Dauer
Pacific Northwest: Emily Loeffler
Pacific Southwest: Caitlin Vaughn Carlos
Rocky Mountain: Alexandra Siso
South-Central: Joel Schnackel
Southeast: Liz Crisenbery
Southern: McKenna Milici
Southwest: Peng Liu

 

Term 8/19-7/21

Allegheny: Taylor McClaskie
Capital: Gretchen Erlichman
Greater New York: Daphne Carr
Mid-Atlantic: Tim Gonzalez
Midwest: Kirsten Westerman
New England: Jingyi Zhang
NY State-St. Lawrence: TBA
Northern California: Madison Heying
Pacific Northwest: Brad Schultz
Pacific Southwest: Alessio Olivieri
Rocky Mountain: Kathy Acosta
South-Central: Isaac Maupin
Southeast: Jamie Blake
Southern: Katlin Harris
Southwest: Brian Anderson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Honorary Members

Honorary Membership is a status conferred upon members in accordance with the AMS By-laws, III.A.5: "Honorary members shall be long-standing members of the Society who have made outstanding contributions to furthering its stated object and whom the Society wishes to honor." The selection process


George Herzog (1901–1983) 1962
Ernst C. Krohn (1888–1975) 1970
Charles Seeger (1886–1979) 1970
Willi Apel (1893–1988) 1971
Karl Geiringer (1899–1989) 1971
Donald Jay Grout (1902–1987) 1971
Paul Henry Lang (1901–1991) 1971
Dragan Plamenac (1895–1983) 1971
Gustave Reese (1899–1977) 1971
Oliver Strunk (1901–1980) 1971
Edward Lowinsky (1908–1985) 1975
Arthur Mendel (1905–1979) 1975
Armen Carapetyan (1908–1992) 1979
Otto E. Albrecht (1899–1984) 1980
Nino Pirrotta (1908–1998) 1980
William S. Newman (1912–2000) 1981
Vincent Duckles (1913–1985) 1982
Alvin H. Johnson (1914–2000) 1985
Leonard B. Meyer (1918–2007) 1987
John M. Ward (1917–2011) 1988
Howard Mayer Brown (1930–1993) 1989
Claude V. Palisca (1921–2001) 1991
Eileen J. Southern (1920–2002) 1991
Charles Hamm (1925–2011) 1993
Lewis Lockwood (1930– ) 1993
H. Wiley Hitchcock (1923–2007) 1994
James Haar (1929–2018) 1995
Joseph Kerman (1924–2014) 1995
Bruno Nettl (1930– ) 1995
William W. Austin (1920–2000) 1996
Harold S. Powers (1928–2007) 1996
Leo Treitler (1931– ) 1996
Barry S. Brook (1918–1997) 1997
Jan LaRue (1918–2004) 1998
Leonard G. Ratner (1916–2011) 1998
Richard Crawford (1935– ) 1999
Maynard Solomon (1930– ) 1999
Daniel Heartz (1928–2019) 2000
Janet Knapp (1922–2010) 2000
H. Colin Slim (1929– ) 2001
Robert Stevenson (1916–2012) 2001
Richard Crocker (1927– ) 2002
Kenneth Levy (1927–2013) 2002
Robert L. Marshall (1939– ) 2003
Howard Smither (1925– ) 2003
Philip Gossett (1941–2017) 2004
Ellen Rosand (1940– ) 2004
Ruth A. Solie (1940– ) 2005
Glenn Watkins (1927– ) 2005
Reinhold Brinkman (1934–2010) 2006
Frank D'Accone (1931– ) 2006
Samuel Floyd (1937–2016) 2006
David G. Hughes (1926–2015) 2006
Rebecca Baltzer (1940– ) 2007
James Webster (1942– ) 2007
Wye Jamison Allanbrook (1943–2010) 2008
Jessie Ann Owens (1950– ) 2008
Vivian Perlis (1928–2019 ) 2008
Lawrence F. Bernstein (1939– ) 2009
Anthony Newcomb (1941–2018) 2009
Rose Rosengard Subotnik (1942– ) 2009
J. Peter Burkholder (1954– ) 2010
Richard Taruskin (1945– ) 2010
Judith Tick (1943– ) 2010
Ellen T. Harris (1945– ) 2011
Elaine Sisman (1952– ) 2011
Charles Atkinson (1941– ) 2012
Marcia Citron (1945– ) 2012
Christoph Wolff (1940– ) 2012
Susan Youens (1947– ) 2012
Karol Berger (1947– ) 2013
Sarah Fuller (1939– ) 2013
Alejandro Planchart (1935–2019) 2013
Craig Wright (1944– ) 2013
Neal Zaslaw (1939– ) 2013
Jane A. Bernstein (1947– ) 2014
Suzanne Cusick (1949– ) 2014
William F. Prizer (1943– ) 2014
Edward Roesner (1940– ) 2014
Carolyn Abbate (1956– ) 2015
Susan McClary (1946– ) 2015
Don M. Randel (1940– ) 2015
Anne Walters Robertson (1952– ) 2015
Margot Fassler (1949– ) 2016
George E. Lewis (1952– ) 2016
Gary Tomlinson (1951– ) 2016
Thomas Forrest Kelly (1943– ) 2017
Malena Kuss (1940– ) 2017
Christopher Reynolds (1951– ) 2017
Judy S. Tsou (1952– ) 2017
Margaret Murata (1946– ) 2018
Anna Maria Busse Berger (1949– ) 2019
Josephine Wright (1942– ) 2019


Corresponding Members

Corresponding Membership is a status conferred upon scholars in accordance with the AMS By-laws, III.A.6: "Corresponding members shall be persons who, at the time of their election, are nationals of countries other than Canada or the United States of America and who have made particularly notable contributions to furthering the stated object of the Society and whom the Society wishes to honor." The selection process


Guido Adler (1855–1941) 1937
Arnold A. Bake (1899–1963) 1937
Giacomo Benvenuti (1885–1943) 1937
Charles van den Borren (1874–1966) 1937
Edward J. Dent (1876–1957) 1937
Anselm Hughes (1889–1974) 1937
André Pirro (1869–1943) 1937
Percy A. Scholes (1877–1958) 1937
H. J. W. Tillyard (1881–1968) 1937
Luiz Heitor Corrêa de Azevedo (1905–1992) 1942
Kurt Francisco Lange (1903–1997) 1943
Egon Wellesz (1885–1974) 1947
Friedrich Blume (1893–1975) 1952
Suzanne Clercx-Lejeune (1910–1985) 1952
Guido M. Gatti (1892–1973) 1952
Geoffrey Sharp (1914–1974) 1952
Knud Jeppesen (1892–1974) 1970
Geneviève Thibault (1902–1975) 1970
François Lesure (1923–2001) 1979
Gerald Abraham (1904–1988) 1980
Kurt von Fischer (1913–2004) 1980
Frank Harrison (1905–1987) 1981
Jens Peter Larsen (1902–1988) 1981
René Lenaerts (1902–1992) 1981
Dénes R. Bartha (1908–1993) 1982
Ludwig Finscher (1930– ) 1982
Claudio Sartori (1913–1994) 1983
Carl Dahlhaus (1928–1989) 1984
László Somfai (1934– ) 1986
Alfred Dürr (1918–2011) 1988
Winton Dean (1916–2013) 1989
Pierluigi Petrobelli (1932–2012) 1989
Alan Tyson (1926–2000) 1991
Andrew Porter (1928–2015) 1993
Ursula Günther (1927–2006) 1994
Stanley Sadie (1930–2005) 1994
Margaret Bent (1940– ) 1995
Lorenzo Bianconi (1946– ) 1995
Reinhard Strohm (1942– ) 1995
Michel Huglo (1921–2012) 1997
David Fallows (1945– ) 1999
Paolo Fabbri (1948– ) 2000
Julian Rushton (1941– ) 2000
Wulf Arlt (1938– ) 2001
Paolo Fabbri (1948– ) 2000
Giulio Cattin (1929–2014) 2001
John Deathridge (1944– ) 2002
David Hiley (1947– ) 2002
Silke Leopold (1948– ) 2003
Margaret Kartomi (1940– ) 2004
Bonnie Blackburn (1939– ) 2006
Hermann Danuser (1946– ) 2006
Don Harrán (1936–2016) 2006
Bathia Churgin (1928– ) 2007
Friedhelm Krummacher (1936– ) 2007
Catherine Massip (1946– ) 2008
Richard Middleton (1945– ) 2008
Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger (1940– ) 2009
Eva Rieger (1940– ) 2009
Jose Lopez-Calo (1922– ) 2010
Roger Parker (1951– ) 2010
Philippe Vendrix (1964– ) 2010
Ruth Katz (1927– ) 2011
Albrecht Riethmüller (1947– ) 2011
Michal Bristiger (1921–2016) 2012
Klaus-Jürgen Sachs (1929– ) 2012
Martin Staehelin (1937– ) 2012
Agostino Ziino (1937– ) 2013
Mark Everist (1956– ) 2014
John Griffiths (1952– ) 2014
Ulrich Konrad (1957– ) 2014
Stephen Banfield (1951– ) 2015
Ismael Fernández de la Cuesta (1939– ) 2015
Laurenz Lütteken (1964– ) 2015
Susan Rankin (1954– ) 2015
Gianmario Borio (1956– ) 2016
Leofranc Holford-Strevens (1946– ) 2016
Isabelle Moindrot (1961– ) 2016
Ruth HaCohen (1956– ) 2017
Liudmila Kovnatskaya (1941– ) 2017
Maria Teresa Linares (1920– ) 2017
Juan José Carreras (1957– ) 2018
Daniel Chua (1966– ) 2018
Elżbieta Witkowska-Zaremba (1946– ) 2018
Daniel Leech-Wilkinson 2019
Suk Won Yi 2019

Past Presidents

Otto Kinkeldey 1935-36
Carl Engel 1937-38
Carleton Sprague Smith 1939-40
Otto Kinkeldey 1941-42
Glen Haydon 1943-44
Charles Seeger 1945-46
George S. Dickinson 1947-48
Curt Sachs 1949-50
Gustave Reese 1951-52
Donald Jay Grout 1953-54
Karl Geiringer 1955-56
J. Murray Barbour 1957-58
Oliver Strunk 1959-60
Donald Jay Grout 1961-62
Nathan Broder 1963-64
William Mitchell 1965-66
Jan LaRue 1967-68
William S. Newman 1969-70
Claude V. Palisca 1971-72
Charles Hamm 1973-74
Janet Knapp 1975-76
James Haar 1977-78
Howard Mayer Brown 1979-80
Howard E. Smither 1981-82
Richard Crawford 1983-84
Margaret Bent 1985-86
Lewis Lockwood 1987-88
H. Colin Slim 1989-90
H. Wiley Hitchcock 1991-92
Ellen Rosand 1993-94
Philip Gossett 1995-96
James Webster 1997-98
Ruth A. Solie 1999-00
Jessie Ann Owens 2001-02
Wye J. Allanbrook 2003
J. Peter Burkholder 2003-04
Elaine Sisman 2005-06
Charles M. Atkinson 2007-08
Jane Bernstein 2009-10
Anne Walters Robertson 2011-12
Christopher Reynolds 2013-14
Ellen T. Harris 2015-16
Martha Feldman 2017-18

Journal of the American Musicological Society

JAMS Home Page at the University of California Press

Guidelines for those wishing to submit articles or books for review


AMS Staff and Delegates

AMS Archives, Liza Vick, Archivist
AMS Statisticians, John McKay, Evan Cortens
AMS Studies in Music, W. Anthony Sheppard, Editor

AMS Delegate to ACLS, Ellen T. Harris
AMS Delegate to the Coalition on the Academic Workforce, Deborah Heckert
Grove Music Online Advisory Panel, Olivia Bloechl
AMS Representatives to the National Recording Preservation Board,
Judy Tsou, Patrick Warfield
AMS Representative to the National Association of Schools of Music, Jeffrey Magee
AMS Representative to the U.S. RILM Board, Jessie Ann Owens


The American Musicological Society is committed to the principle of the inclusion and access for all its members, and rejects as unethical discrimination against anyone on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, ideology, or field of scholarship.