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Welcome to the AMS Capital Chapter's election ballot. You will be asked to enter your name and email address so that we can confirm that you are a paid member of the Capital Chapter. If you submit this form and are not a paid member, you will be contacted about paying the necessary dues. You will not be allowed to submit the form without entering your name and email address.

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Patrick Warfield, 402 S. Wayne St, Arlington VA 22204

You may also vote at the Spring meeting to be held at the University of Baltimore on 28 April 2007.

All email and regular mail ballots must be received by noon on 25 April 2007. Please allow sufficient time for internet or mail delays.

If you have questions or comments about this ballot, please email Patrick Warfield.

 

 


Vote for Chairperson (2-year term beginning 1 July 2007) (one only)


Vote for Student Representative (2-year term beginning 1 July 2007)

Angeline Smith, Ph.D. student, musicology, The Catholic University of America

Angeline Smith is a second year Ph.D. student in musicology with a minor in music theory at The Catholic University of America. She holds a B.A. in Music from Saint Michael’s College (2000) and a M.M. in Vocal Pedagogy (2003) from Catholic University. Her interests include American art song and opera, German Lied, tuning, and key characteristics in the early nineteenth century. One of her current projects is an investigation of the influence of well temperament and the affections on the tonal schemes of Franz Schubert’s song cycles. Angeline is also adjunct faculty at both Columbia Union College, where she teaches the complete music history sequence, and also at Towson University, where she currently teaches Introduction to Music of the Western Heritage. In previous semesters at Towson she has taught a music research and writing class for undergraduate music majors. Her professional affiliations include the American Musicological Society, the College Music Society, Delta Epsilon Sigma: National Catholic Honor Society, and the Society for American Music. Additionally, Angeline is still active in the field of vocal pedagogy, and is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.

Kate Marie Weber, M.A. student, musicology, The University of Maryland, College Park

Kate Marie Weber is currently pursuing a master’s degree in musicology at the University of Maryland in College Park, where she holds a graduate teaching assistantship. She has studied piano with Emilio del Rosario at the Music Institute of Chicago, as well as with Ann Schein and Boris Slutsky at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, where she earned a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance in 2004. Kate also sings and has received vocal instruction from Diedra Palmour and Steven Rainbolt at the Peabody Institute, and Valerie Errante at the University of Wisconsin. She participated in the Aspen Music Festival for two summers and has performed as both pianist and singer in Baltimore and southeastern Wisconsin. Kate, whose principle interest is nineteenth- and twentieth-century Russian music, recently wrote program notes for the Spring 2007 UM Symphony Orchestra concerts, including performances of Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms and Rite of Spring. She will be presenting a paper at the upcoming UM Musicology Colloquium on one of her other interests, the comic strategies of Joseph Haydn.



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