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Andrew Shryock

Music History Faculty

Andrew Shryock is a member of the music history faculty at The Boston Conservatory. His research examines intersections of music, literature, and aesthetics in eighteenth-century England and specifically in the music of George Frideric Handel. This interest in music-text relations extends also to hip hop.

His work appears in books and journals including This Is the Sound of Irony (Ashgate) and Notes. He has delivered papers at numerous conferences, including the national meetings of the American Musicological Society, Handel Institute, Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, and Society for Textual Studies.

Andrew has taught at Tufts University, University of Massachusetts-Boston, and Boston University. He also served as General Manager for the early music ensemble, The Boston Camerata.

As a performer, Andrew specializes in music of the Baroque era. He has appeared as a soloist with Music at Marsh Chapel (MA), Georgia Tech Chamber Choir (GA), St. Louis Church Concert Series (MD), Assisi Performing Arts (Italy), and additional ensembles.

He holds a Ph.D. in Musicology from Boston University and an M.M. in Musicology and B.M. in Vocal Performance from The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.

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