March 22, 2022 - Harvard Alumna Book Reading - Natalie Hodges AB'19

     Please RSVP below for 6:00pm interactive, in person session with Natalie. 
     Reading event will begin at 7:00pm MT.
     Tattered Cover informs us that "masks are recommended in our stores, but not required."


 Harvard Alumna Book Reading - Tattered Cover Aspen Grove (Littleton)  March 22, 2022 at 7:00 pm MST


 Natalie Hodges, AB'19 summa cum laude, will read from her recently published book Uncommon Measure, A Journey Through Music, Performance, and the Science of Time.

 Natalie's book of essays on music and time is the result of her senior thesis at Harvard. 

 Natalie was born and raised in Denver and attended Kent Denver School prior to attending Harvard.


 Please plan to join with RMHUC members and friends for a special session with Natalie prior to the reading. All participants will be required to adhere to public health measures while attending this indoor event.


We request that you RSVP below so we can send you any updates about location, logistics and time on the day of the event.

Also, those who RSVP are welcome to join Natalie and other RMHUC alumni in a special session prior to the reading, at 6:00pm.



How does time shape consciousness and consciousness, time? Do we live in time, or does time live in us? And how does music, with its patterns of rhythm and harmony, inform our experience of time?


Uncommon Measure explores these questions from the perspective of a young Korean American who dedicated herself to perfecting her art until performance anxiety forced her to give up the dream of becoming a concert solo violinist. Anchoring her story in illuminating research in neuroscience and quantum physics, Hodges traces her own passage through difficult family dynamics, prejudice, and enormous personal expectations to come to terms with the meaning of a life reimagined—one still shaped by classical music but moving toward the freedom of improvisation.


 Links to reviews:

"A gorgeously written, profoundly felt essay collection about time, memory, and music." - Kirkus Reviews


 Link to buy the book:


 In case you are in a location nearby, here is a list of Natalie's additional book reading events:

March 24, 2022 @ 7 pm ET - Odyssey Bookshop, in conversation with Tim Honig - South Hadley, MA

March 25, 2022 @ 7 pm ET - Harvard Book Store, in conversation with Andrew Krivak - Cambridge, MA

March 29, 2022 @ 7 pm ET - McNally Jackson (Seaport), in conversation with Cheryl Pearl Sucher - New York, NY

April 6, 2022 @ 7 pm PT - Chaucer’s Books, in conversation with Michael Pollan - Santa Barbara, CA (virtual)





7:00PM - 8:00PM Tue 22 Mar 2022, Mountain timezone


Tattered Cover Aspen Grove - Littleton
7301 S Santa Fe Dr.
Littleton, CO 80129 USA

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Bill Horton
Leslie Wright
Chris Miller
Anna Jones
Charlotte Horton
Fred Ris
Ayliffe Ris
Sunhee Juhon Hodges
Stacey Lyne
Mary Van Cleve
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Julie Sun
John Sun
Susan Atkinson Glenn
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Aidan Hodges
Rachelle Horton
Patrick Schmidt
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Kristin McKissick
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