Edmond Johnson is Director of Academic Advising and Core Program Coordinator. He teaches courses in Music History and Cultural Studies.
His principal area of research focuses on the revival of early music during the first half of the 20th century, with a particular emphasis on the movement's interdisciplinary connections, as well as its conjunctions with modernism and neoclassical composition. Additionally, he is interested in issues of music and technological mediation, including early phonograph culture and the development and history of musical instruments. He has published articles in the Journal of Musicology and Keyboard Perspectives, and is a contributor to the Grove Dictionary of American Music and the Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments.