BBC Radio 3 . Building a Library. Handel’s Alcina. [script available]. Podcast edition Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03vry1q. (21.5.16)
BBC Radio 3. Proms Extra on Sunday. Bach’s Organs Works. Pre-concert broadcast presented by Ian Skelly, with organist Daniel Hyde and Berta Joncus. (23.8.16)
BBC Radio 4. Woman’s Hour. Women in Baroque Music. (11.5.15) http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05tkllk
Media and Broadcasts
English National Opera. Pre-performance talk on Partenope on Monday 20th March between 17.00-17.45 at the Coliseum. Hosted by Christopher Cook.
Festival Talk: ‘From Salon to Stage: the Genius of Female Baroque Musicians’
London Festival of Baroque Music. Friday 15 May, 6.00pm. St John’s Smith Square. http://www.lfbm.org.uk/category/whats-on-2015/
Keynotes, Invited Presentations, 2016-17
Amherst Early Music. Stores, Connecticut. July 2017.
‘From “Ellen a Roon” to “Aileen aroon”: Kitty Clive and the Irish Ballad’ Trinity College, Dublin, Arts & Humanities Research Institute. The Irish and the London Stage Identity, Culture, and Politics, 1680-1830. 17-18 February 2017.
‘Scoring for Celebrity: The Authority of the Vocalist in Love in a Village (1762)’
American Musicological Society, Eighty-second Annual Meeting. Vancouver, Canada. 3-6 November 2016.
‘Scoring for Celebrity: The Authority of the Vocalist in Love in a Village (1762)’ UCLA Center for 17th- and 18th-Century Theatre Studies. Music and Theater in Eighteenth-Century Britain. 4-5 November 2016.