Kenneth Nott

Professor of Music History; Program Chair, Music History & BA Music

Music History

The Hartt School
860.768.4895 F 332A
Education

DMA, The Hartt School, University of Hartford

MM, The Hartt School, University of Hartford

BA, Connecticut College


Kenneth Nott is Professor and Chair of Music History and B.A. Music at The Hartt School, University of Hartford. He has published extensively on the music of Handel in Music & Letters, Händel Jahrbuch, Göttinger Händel Beiträge, The Musical Times and Handel Studies: A Gedenkschrift for Howard Serwer. In 2010, his critical edition of Handel’s Jephtha was published by Bärenreiter as part of the Hallische Händel-Ausgabe.

As a teacher and department chair, Prof. Nott has an abiding interest in the scholarship of pedagogy, as exemplified in his contribution on teaching Baroque music in Teaching Music History, ed. Mary Natvig.

Dr. Nott is also Director of Music for the linked parishes of Saint Paul and Saint Augustine in Glastonbury, where he plays organ and directs the choirs. In his spare time he likes to compose music for his choirs and his children’s weddings.