Music librarian named
The Library is pleased to announce that Christopher Bruhn, who holds a doctorate in musicology, will join the UNCSA community Friday, April 1, as the music librarian. In this capacity he also will be teaching the graduate-level music bibliography course and one elective for the School of Music each year.
Bruhn arrives from his most recent position as collection strategist and music subject specialist at Hunter College of the City University of New York. He holds the Ph.D. in musicology from the CUNY Graduate Center, a Master in Library and Information Science (MLIS) from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, and a Master of Arts in piano performance from Hunter College. Prior to obtaining the MLIS, he taught music history at Denison University in Ohio. Outside of his professional life, Bruhn enjoys long walks (city or country), reading, doing crossword puzzles, and daydreaming about his next trip to Mexico City, which he has visited more than 20 times.
Contact: Sarah Falls
March 29, 2022