Professor Brody’s main areas of interest include Alexander Technique, oboe, and study/teaching of Rock-era music. Recent research includes a study of the popular music of the Viet Nam era. Professor Brody teaches oboe and performance as an orchestral, chamber and solo performer; he has special interests in music of the Baroque period, popular music of the Rock Era (roughly 1950-present), and music listening and discrimination skills for the non-music major. He continues to study Alexander Technique and other somatic methods to enrich his musician wellness work.
Alexander Technique, Body Mapping, special expertise with musicians, Development of College of Music Wellness Program. Oboe performance, Chamber Music, Baroque Performance Practice, Rock Era Music (author), Music listening and discrimination skills