Anna Reguero is a NYC-area-based arts and culture freelance writer.
A descriptive and clear writer armed with specialized knowledge in the arts, Anna is currently the managing editor of the Eastman Case Studies, an educational publication that examines the complex challenges faced by music organization leaders. Among other prior positions, she was the arts reporter and music/dance critic for the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, the daily paper in Rochester, NY. She is published by the American Record Guide, Strings Magazine, the American Music Center’s NewMusicBox, the Queens Chronicle, the Syracuse Post-Standard, Syracuse New Times, and more. She is a National Endowment of the Arts Classical Music Journalism fellow and won several awards for her arts coverage.
Anna earned a PhD in music history and theory from Stony Brook University, where she wrote a dissertation theorizing the post-genre movement in contemporary composition. She received her journalism training from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, earning a Master of Arts degree in the inaugural class of the Goldring Arts Journalism Program in 2006. She is also a graduate of the Eastman School of Music and University of Rochester.
In addition to her journalistic writing, Anna is a published music scholar, editor, program note author, and is an instructor for courses ranging from music history and theory to writing.
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