Lacie Eades is a first-year Ph.D. student in musicology. Her current research focuses on musical cosmopolitanism and the patronage and reception of Giovanni Rovetta’s music in seventeenth-century Europe. She holds a Master of Music in Musicology from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, a Master of Education in Teaching and Technology from William Woods University, and a Bachelor of Music Education with an emphasis in piano and voice from Southeast Missouri State University. Prior to pursuing graduate studies in musicology, she taught choir and general music in the Missouri public school system for over a decade. Lacie actively participates in public musicology. She is a returning lecturer for Hamilton House Adult Learning Exchange in Providence, RI, and she regularly produces streaming and print content for the Friends of Chamber Music in Kansas City, MO.
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