Three graduates and one current graduate student in the NYU Department of Music were honored at the annual meeting of the American Musicological Society. Josephine Wright (Ph.D. GSAS, 1975, Professor of Music and Africana Studies at the College of Wooster) was elected an Honorary Member for her pioneering work on the musical lives of women, particularly African American women, and African Americans, and for her many years of mentoring scholars of color within the Society. Karen Desmond (Ph.D. GSAS 2009), Assistant Professor of Music at Brandeis University, received the Lewis Lockwood Award for the best book published by scholars in the early stages of their career, for her book Music and the Moderni, 1300-1350: The Ars Nova in Theory and Practice (Cambridge, 2018). Daniel Callahan (BA CAS 2005), Assistant Professor of Music at Boston College, received both the Philip Brett Award for the best scholarly work in LGBTQ studies and the Alfred Einstein Award for the best article by scholars in the early stages of their career, for his article "The Gay Divorce of Music and Dance: Choreomusicality and the Early Works of Cage-Cunningham," JAMS 71.2 (2018), 439-525. Finally, doctoral candidate Marcus R. Pyle was awarded a Howard Mayer Brown Fellowship, which he will use to complete his dissertation on the figure of the femme fatale in early 20th-century opera.