Associate Professor and Chair, Music
Dana Gooley is associate professor of music at Brown University. His research centers on European music and musical culture in the 19th-century, with an emphasis on performance, reception, criticism and the public sphere. A specialist of Franz Liszt, he has published The Virtuoso Liszt (Cambridge, 2004) and has co-edited two essay collections, Franz Liszt and His World (Princeton, 2006) and Franz Liszt: Musicien Européen (Editions Vrin, 2012). His articles on music criticism, virtuosity, musical mediation, improvisation, cosmopolitanism and jazz have appeared in the journals 19th Century Music, Musical Quarterly, Journal of Musicology, Journal of the American Musicological Society, Musiktheorie, Keyboard Perspectives and Performance Research. His book on the aesthetics and practice of keyboard improvisation in the 19th-century is forthcoming from Oxford University Press. For additional background information, visit here.