Nicholas Smolenski is a musicologist interested in sacred music of Tudor and Stuart England and its role in the 21st century, specifically considering spirituality, realms of the sacred and profane, performance practices, and aesthetics; other interests include sacred music of 17th-century France and English Civil War politics. 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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