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About Me

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 looks at the cultural, ecological, and political impact of community gardens and other urban greenspaces through the lens of music and sound. 

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 currently performs with the Brooklyn Wind Symphony. 

 Outside of her musicological work, Elizabeth is also a certified yoga teacher, a budding podcaster, and a dedicated community gardener. 

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