Teresa M. Neff, Lecturer. Ph.D., Musicology, Boston University. Teresa has given papers at the New England Chapter of the American Musicological Society, the Society for 18th-Century Studies annual meetings, the Architecture/Music/Acoustics Conference, the Western Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, and the Society for American Music. She is currently editing the symphonies of Gottfried van Swieten for publication by Artaria. In the summer, she teaches through the Road Scholar program in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. She was an Opera Preview speaker for the Boston Lyric Opera and has been the Handel and Haydn Society’s Historically-Informed-Performance Research Fellow since 2009. She co-edited The Handel and Haydn Society: Bringing Music to Life for 200 Years and authored a chapter for that publication. Her research into the Handel and Haydn Society’s publishing history resulted in the CD, The Old Colony Collection, issued on the CORO label. In 2011, Teresa received a Levitan Teaching Prize in the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences at MIT.