Elizabeth Hambleton is an MA/PhD student of Music Theory at the University of California at Santa Barbara. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Music (Theory/Composition) with a minor in Anthropology (Archaeology emphasis) from Whitman College in 2013. During her time at Whitman, she was active in both the wind ensemble and orchestra on flute, piccolo, and auxiliary percussion, and studied flute under Professor Rachel Chacko. She performed for the Whitman theatrical productions “The Secret Lives of Coats” (2010), “Trelawney” (2012), and “My Chernobyl” (2013). Elizabeth worked as a library assistant in Whitman’s music library, in the Penrose archives, and interned in the summer of 2013 in the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage in their audio archives. Some of her research interests include the Impressionists and the Second Viennese School.