Associate Professor of Music Natalie Zelensky has a new book out. Performing Tsarist Russia in New York: Music, Émigrés, and the American Imagination (Indiana University Press, 2019) offers a “rare look at the musical life of Russia abroad as it unfolded in New York City” by examining “the popular music culture of the post-Bolshevik Russian emigration and the impact made by this group on American culture and politics,” according to Indiana University Press. Zelensky, an ethnomusicologist, conducts research on the popular musical cultures of the Russian diaspora in the United States.