Patrick Wood Uribe, Assistant Professor of Music at Boston University, joined the Bread Loaf/Vermont faculty for the first time in 2012 though he spent many summers at the Vermont campus as a child, playing the violin in the Barn. In January, 2012, Professor Wood Uribe released the CD “Love Raise Your Voice: Music For Soprano, Violin and Piano” on MSR Classics. In May of 2012, he gave talks on “Freedom and Form: The Ambitions and Aspirations of A. B. Marx’s Theory of Composition” at the Oxford Faculty of Music Research Colloquium, University of Oxford (UK) and “Between Music Criticism and Theory: Feeling in A. B. Marx’s Theories of Form and the Berliner allgemeine musikalische Zeitung” at the Max-Planck-Insitut für Bildungsforschung in Berlin, Germany.