Music History Professor Anne-Marie Reynolds is the foremost American scholar on the Danish composer Carl Nielsen’s music, with numerous publications to her credit, including the first-ever monograph on his songs, entitled Carl Nielsen’s Voice: the Songs in Context (Museum Tusculanum Press, 2010). She has presented papers, served on international panels, and lectured throughout Europe and China. Her accomplishments in music history pedagogy over the past 30 years have been recognized with numerous teaching awards, and her interests include the arts in the Third Reich, identity and difference in twentieth-century Classical and popular music, and Modernism in opera. She received her PhD in Musicology (with a minor in Music Theory) from the Eastman School of Music. She has been on the Juilliard faculty since 2015.