Kathleen Carreras Pereira interviews Megan Sarno, a Ph.D. Candidate in Musicology at Princeton University who specializes in early 20th-century French music. She also performs around Princeton with her guitarist/poet husband.
- 0:00: Musical experiences growing up
- 2:17: Beginning to study voice
- 3:38: Megan’s introduction to French language and culture
- 6:32: Choosing a major at Dickinson College
- 11:29: Megan applies to Princeton University’s graduate program in musicology
- 15:15: Making music with her husband
- 19:15: What Megan listened to growing up
- 20:47: Megan’s research on musical aesthetics of religious anxiety in early 20th-century France
- 24:25: Megan’s research on Claude Debussy’s Le Martyre de saint Sébastien
- 30:24: On how she conducts her research
- 31:32: Megan’s future goals
You can read Kathleen’s reflections on this interview here.
You can see Kathleen’s interview with Princeton University Ph.D. Candidate Chad Córdova here.