Dr. Christina Fuhrmann
Christina Fuhrmann received her B.A. in music from Marlboro College in Vermont and her Ph.D. in musicology from Washington University in St. Louis. She teaches the music history sequence, basic musicianship and several music appreciation core courses, including Love Songs, Music and Drama Across Cultures and Music in World Cultures. She is the 2015 recipient of the Taylor Excellence in Teaching Award. Her research focuses on theater music and imported opera in early nineteenth-century London. She has published articles in: Nineteenth-Century Music Review; Gender, Sexuality and Early Music; Eugene Scribe und das europaische Musiktheater; and a volume on Romanticism and Opera for the Praxis: Romantic Circles series. She has also delivered lectures at Washington University, Case Western Reserve University and the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, and presented papers at numerous national and international conferences. Her critical edition of Henry Bishop's adaptation of The Marriage of Figaro was published by A-R Editions in 2012 and her book Foreign Opera at the London Playhouses, from Mozart to Bellini was published by Cambridge University Press in 2015.