Profile: Cait Miller

Reference Specialist

Cait Miller has been a Reference Specialist in the Music Division of the Library of Congress since 2009 and is thrilled to work at an institution that hosts the world’s largest music collection, where every day presents new mysteries and findings. In 2006 Cait received her B.A. in Music from Colby College and then in 2008, graduated from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC with an M.A. in Musicology and an M.S. in Library Science. Cait hasn’t quite had enough of school yet, so she returned to Catholic University in 2010 to enroll in a PhD program in Musicology. Cait is a member of the American Musicological Society as well as the Music Library Association, where she serves as co-chair of the Women in Music Roundtable. Her involvement with the Women in Music Roundtable reflects Cait’s interest in women composers and gender issues in music. In addition to studying and researching music, Cait is also a proud member of The Washington Chorus.

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Furry Friends of Music: Gershwin “Walking the Dog”

Ever have one of those dogs that just seemed to have it's own idea of where it should be? You're not alone - Gershwin himself had one of those: Meet Tony.
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Category: Music

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Furry Friends of Music

National Dog Day is August 26 - and that's a perfect time for a new blog series: Furry Friends of Music! Let's look at the important role furry friends have played in the lives of some music greats like John Phillips Sousa, Leonard Bernstein and more!
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Category: Music

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