Nicholas Smolenski
Student

Nicholas Smolenski (2017) is a musicologist interested in sacred music of Jacobean and Caroline England (1603–49) and its role in the Restoration (1660–88), specifically considering theology, spirituality, and English Civil War politics; previous research has involved Thomas Tomkins and his posthumous Musica Deo sacra . He holds a master’s degree in musicology from The Hartt School (2017) and a bachelor’s degree in music performance from Western Connecticut State University (2014).

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