Sound Archives Librarian
Nathan provides research support to users of the Archive of Recorded Sound and works to provide resources that empower those inquiring into our shared recorded history.
- MLS, Library Science, City University New York Queens College
- Certificate in Archives, Preservation, and Records Management, City University New York Queens College
- MA, Music, California State University Chico
- BA, Music Composition, California State University Chico
- BA, Music Industry and Technology: Recording Arts, California State University Chico
Nathan has presented at the Music Librarians Association California Chapter meeting, the Society of California Archivists Annual General Meeting, the Society of American Archivists national convention, on use of sonata form in composition at a humanities symposium, served on a NEH grant review committee, and had an article published in the Society of American Archivists Recorded Sound Round Table newsletter. Currently he is working with an international consortium organizing piano roll meetings.
More about me
Prior to entering professional librarianship Nathan worked as Jazz Director, managing the on air talent and the jazz collection at an NPR affiliate. His performing experience included venues ranging from Avery Fisher Hall to the Sierra Nevada World Music Festival. He studied horn with David Jolley, Kendall Betts, and Pete Nowlen.
In addition to musical pursuits, Nathan has won awards for his underwater photography and his photos of the California marine environment have been used by NOAA and Save our Shores in support of ocean conservation.