Elizabeth Frickey (she/her) is a Ph.D. student in musicology and MacCracken Fellow at New York University. Prior to her studies at NYU, she earned her master's degree in musicology at Indiana University and her bachelor’s degree in Instrumental Music Education from Florida State University. Her current research interests include intersections of music, sound, and gardens, especially within Viennese and American experimentalisms from the early 20th century to the present.
Elizabeth is also an avid clarinetist and has performed with top ensembles at both Florida State University and the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. She has performed under the direction of Patrick Dunnigan, Richard Clary, Eric Smedley, and Rodney Dorsey.
Elizabeth also recently served as an ecomusicology intern for Classical Music Indy. Outside of her musicological work, Elizabeth is also a certified yoga teacher, a budding podcaster, and occasional community radio DJ.