Dr. Tanya Kevorkian

In July, Dr. Tanya Kevorkian of the Department of History presented a paper, “Tower Music in German Baroque Towns,” at the 18th International Conference on Baroque Music in Cremona, Italy. At the conference and the Museum of the Violin in Cremona, she gathered material for her classes. In addition, this spring, her article “The Leipzig Audience of the St. Matthew Passion in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century” was published in Mark Peters & Reginald Sanders, eds, Compositional Choices and Meaning in the Vocal Music of J. S. Bach (Lexington Press).

 

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